Celebrate our regional UFO history and 1947’s “Summer of the Saucers” with MIBBB Fest’s 2023 Summer Saucer Search game, presented by Explore Seattle Southside, Four Points by Sheraton, and all South King Media blogs!
The goal of this new game is to be the first to find an out-of-this-world object hiding in plain sight (on public property) by solving clues provided here and released twice daily (at Noon & 5 p.m.), from June 14-18, 2023 (Wednesday through Sunday).
It’s FREE – register here:
CLUE #6 – JUNE 16, 5:00 P.M.
Oscar and November, a whimsical pair,
Dance through the meadow without a care.
To a magical waltz, enchanting and sweet,
They twirl in step to the uplifting beat.
A tango at the hotel is on grand display,
Echoes of music guide the couple that way.
Guests spin and dip, their spirits high,
Lost in the moment beneath a starry sky.
A foxtrot echoes on November’s night,
Friend Charlie joins in, his eyes shining bright.
Dancing with laughter in the moonlight’s soft glow,
Echoes fade as the curtain of night falls low.
In the meadow’s embrace a brisk rhythm rises,
As they salsa their way through countless surprises.
The three joyous dancers sway in delight,
Their steps intertwined in harmonious flight.
Want to spend just one day in the community solving a puzzle? The daily Mini-Search – independent from the Summer Saucer Search – is for you!
Send your solutions here for confirmation of your success: https://summersaucersearch.com/contact-us/.
DAILY MINI-SEARCH FOR JUNE 16:
“This new park has a sound view,
and is so near the mural depicting the same.
Each reveals a four-legged creature with a tail,
With very different fates.”
Question: Where are these? What are the creatures?
ABOUT THE 2023 SUMMER SAUCER SEARCH
Many have searched for the truth behind the infamous “Summer of the Saucers” in 1947, when Americans reported multiple sighting of flying discs. One prominent sighting, the Maury Island Incident, included the first reported appearance of the iconic Men in Black. Now, the Men In Black Birthday Bash Festival (“MIBBB Fest”) celebrates this search for knowledge with a new Summer Saucer Search.
A free, real-world search with daily clues from June 14-18, 2023. Teams compete to solve clues to find an out-of-this-world object hiding in plain sight. The game is designed by PlayMasons, the creators of real-world puzzles for Bumbershoot and many other Seattle search games. Clues will be announced daily.
Visiting the region for just one day? Want to spend an hour or two exploring? Or looking to be surprised by a new and wonderful business, park, activity, or story? Each day, a separate and independent Mini-Search will commence with the announcement of the daily Mini-Search clue. The Mini-Search will target a location with a clue that can be solved at that location.
Each day, two Summer Saucer Search clues will be released (at 12:00 noon and 5:00 p.m.). The separate Mini-Search clue will be released at 12:00 noon. All clues will be posted on all the South King Media news blogs:
- B-Town (Burien) Blog
- Waterland (Des Moines) Blog
- I Love Kent
- SeaTac Blog
- White Center Blog
- Normandy Park Blog
- Tukwila Blog
While you may be searching to solve clues in some of these South King County cities, no clue will ever require you to access private property, a closed business premises, or climb, dig, or balance.
You must read and agree to the OFFICIAL RULES before participating as an individual or a team.
In addition to fame, satisfaction, and respect, winners will receive two passes to the opening night of 2023’s MIBBB Fest, dubbed 6/22 for the anniversary date of the Maury Island Incident on June 22, 1947.
As champion, the winning team will also receive, among other prizes, two passes to all of next year’s 2024 MIBBB Fest events; a single overnight stay at Four Points by Sheraton in Des Moines; gift card from Marina Mercantile; and more to be announced.
Registration is open now at www.summersaucersearch.com.
The first Summer Saucer clue was released at Noon on Wednesday, June 14, 2023. The last clue will be published at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 18, 2023, with clues scheduled to be published here at Noon and 5 p.m. daily!
And yes, until the puzzle is solved, you can always “catch up!”