Blair Witch: Season 2

Physical Items

Episode 2

Keychain 

Harriett gave this to Ed for some reason... 

It is green with "Burkittsville Tower" and "Key 011" written on the front side. 

Since this was given along with Harriett's letter, maybe they are connected. 

 Letter from Ed

Ed discovered a piece is missing from the wiring, making the radio inoperable. He needs our help to figure out what that piece is. 

 Letter from Harriett

The letter was given along with the keychain. The keychain has the number "011" written on it. 

The code in this letter is a shift cipher. Shift the letters backward by 11. 

Once decoded, the message reads: 

  • "THESE KEYS, THIS ACTUATOR, AND ONE TIRED OLD MAN." 

Notepad Pages 

These are Ed's jottings of episode ideas and things that are happening around him. 

On the first page, there is a Morse code message along the left side. 

Once decoded, it reads: 

  •   "TIMEOUT" 

Private Eye Report 

Harriett's late husband, Robert, worked at the radio tower. Maybe this is why Harriett gave Ed the keychain. 

It was very likely that Robert was having an affair with his female co-worker for some time before their disappearances.

 Punch-Out Cabin

This was left behind as a "calling card" by whoever messed with the radio tower equipment. 

There are a bunch of handprints on the backs of these cutouts. On one are the words: "ALL HOPE SHIFTS TO DESPAIR IN THE WOODS". 

Radio Tower Log 

Lots of messed-up messages...

Once unscrambled, they read: 

  • "THIS IS MY TOWER, THIS IS MY RADIO." 
  • "GET OFF MY FREQUENCY, GET OFF." 
  • "YOU WILL NOT TAKE ME. THIS IS MY LIFE." 
  • "SHE LISTENS TO THEM. THEY'RE LOST, THEY WAIT FOR ME TO HELP. FIVE MINUTES TOO LONG." 

There are also a couple of Morse code messages. 

Once deciphered, they read: 

  • "SHE HAD TO GO" 
  • "WOODS WATCH WOODS LISTEN" 

 Signs & Symptoms Poster

These notes are probably written by Robert Gillard, who was experiencing these symptoms well before his voluntarily going into the Blair Witch's arms. 

 Training Manual

This manual belonged to Waylon. 

Robert noted "no waiting around after dark, especially alone", yet he did just that the night of his disappearance.