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Nice close up pictures in the Daily Mail article: Is this Walter Raleigh’s 'lost colony' drawn in invisible ink? Clue to 400-year-old mystery discovered in map of North America DAILY MAIL By Simon Tomlinson Settlers who tried to establish England's first colony simply vanished Possible site of 'Cittie of Raleigh' concealed with lemon juice or urine Excavation of farmland location hopes to unearth clues to their fate http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2138832/Is-Walter-Raleigh-s-lost-colony-drawn-invisible-ink-Clue-400-year-old-mystery-discovered-map-North-America.html#ixzz1ttgt6aoV Map’s Hidden Marks Illuminate and Deepen Mystery of Lost Colony NY Times By THEO EMERY A shroud of mystery surrounding the fate of more than 100 English colonists on North Carolina’s coast may finally be lifting, after the re-examination of a 16th-century map. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/04/us/map-markings-offer-clues-to-lost-colony.html Matt Berger