I recall seeing a show on HGTV about an old house. A wallet sized hiding space!
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What a great idea! I intalled an electical breaker box in the garage with no breaker in it and use it as a valubles storage area. Metsl detector?! In Canada we build houses with nails in the wood, and rebar in cement. Metal junction boxes etc…beep…beep, beep…beep.
You just made me laugh, Mohammed. It is snowing, cold, and 0 degrees. Bored and nothing to do.
Good Joke. I have a friend who buries his money in the yard in Mason Jars. Sometimes he forgets where he buried them!
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Great job! Please do bite my eye if I ever share publicly my home security tricks with anybody. Or the PINcode of my credit card. Really you two are that uptight…. How many thieves are really on this site reading??? Debbie or Dick Downer!!!!!!
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Agreed Denise!! Geez DeeBella, get a life! Thank you. Lots of great ideas, I need to try some. As it is now, unfortunately, I often forget my hiding places unless I have to use the item occasionally. I used to come home with a lot of money every day I worked. That woulda been first place to look. They never found it ever. When I worked as a waitress, I would put my tips in a decorative box on my dresser in my bedroom. Nobody knew it was there. Once a week, I would go to the bank and deposit my money. Like Mary Anne said, it was in plain sight.
For things that you want to have around extra cash, jewelry, etc there are lots of places to hide things in your home. In the bottom of a plastic baby wipe container, put your belongings in a plastic bag and puts wipes on top of them. There are a lot of great ideas on this site. With a little thinking, everyone has a few places to hide valuables. In the back of your freezer under a bunch of bagged vegetables. Absolutely right! But we all have valuables that can never be replaced with money, like jewellery gifts, or precious mementos, insurance docs etc.
Especially if you can make them yourself, like adding a secret drawer to a desk to put wills in, that is so cool, I plan to do that on the desk I am renovating. A professional burglar will quickly find places where people usually hide valuables. I do not know, it seems to me that a good shelter should be designed during the construction phase of the house. And it should look really unnoticeable, the thief should not have any suspicions. And, for example, you can open this shelter with a pin. It really looks invisible, the only problem is that not only the owner knows about these hidden places, but other people who built these shelters also know about them.
Therefore, there are no ideal hidden places. If possible make your home look bad on the outside or at least the cheapest house on the block. Drive an older car.. I can thick of lots of places to hide things but they may not be accessible if you have to leave in 10 minutes.
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Think: bad weather hurricane, tornado, mudslides, fires. Sadie, your comment is the most intelligent one posted here. I guess a lot of this depends on just what is valuable and what is replaceable. It was a good idea at the time I thought. Inside the Dark Room you can develop the Roll Film. It will give you the two photographic clues shown at the very top of this guide. The clues are obscure, but the first one points to the isolated desk in the S.
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You get these guns from the armory puzzle earlier in the game. The second picture refers to the table in the Press Room. Sorry, but no shortcuts today.
And there you have it; the mystery has been solved and you gained some valuable firepower for all your detective work. Capcom even threw in an Achievement or Trophy for you, too. What more could you want? I mean apart from a helicopter ride out of Raccoon City, obviously.
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