You say that our Priest used the wrong sort of ink. Why post it on the forum? Surely you should have told Sauniere at the time then he would not have made the foolish mistake of letting the ink run. He did his best by burying the bottles neck down. He should have used a laser printer.
You may have a few mor tips for for him. Perhaps you could redesign the church better then we would not have to scramble up and down the hills. What about the health and safety issues?
The point is that no such washable dye ink existed in Sauniere's time, therefore, he could not possibly have used it. I'm posting it on this forum because there would be little point in telling Sauniere to use a different ink for something he never wrote in the first place. You wrote those notes, Bill, don't you remember? Of course, you're welcome to prove otherwise by submitting to an independent polygraph examination. Until then, nobody but you is suspected of writing those notes.
The text on the notes is so bizarre that there is no way anyone could ever decode it, even if it really were a code instead of gobbledy-gook designed to LOOK like a code, unless they knew the particulars of the code procedure. Then after you go through the impossible task of breaking the codes on the notes, all you get for your trouble is a little chest with a couple pieces of pottery and a few coins, total net value about $1000 tops, and yet ANOTHER coded note. That one doubtless leads to another chest of cheap bobbles. It's a game of lead the naive treasure hunters around the countryside just for the fun of it. Either that or a game of plant some notes and bobbles and then pretend to find them.
Weirdest thing is, why didn't the great treasure hunter Bill Kersey dowse the most obvious place in the whole RLC countryside, cave of the Magdalene, years ago. You were fervently looking for Magdalene related artifacts around there for years and years and expect us to believe you never thought of dowsing that cave until a note in a bottle told you to. You've gotta be the single worst treasure hunter in the world, Bill. Where were you looking before, everywhere that DIDN'T have the word "Magdalene" in the title?
To Bulldognic. We Canadians all where tuques (knitted hats), even in the summer. Please don't make fun of us. We're very sensitive about the tuques. Mine has a pom-pom on the top, a very dignified pom-pom.