From then on I’m not sure what happens (in the vision), mainly because I’ve not been kidnapped before. Secondly because all the hostages I’ve seen in movies were women. Crying their eyes dry and their throats coarse. I fancy myself a tough guy who wouldn’t be intimated by mobs.
One thing is for sure, though. I’d certainly not be sending you guys coded/ciphered messages about my whereabouts though my dumb abductors.
Because you, with all do respect, suck at deciphering messages and solving riddles.
Here goes the answer to my previous post (the lyrics from the song, followed by the relevant clue embedded in the post):
There may be trouble ahead,
Frank looked forward to all the trouble and challenges that lie ahead that day.
But while there's music, and moonlight, and love and romance.
Nancy's face resembles a full moon. And music was mentioned more than once.
Let's face the music, and dance!
The guard was swaying in a pantomime dance....
Before the fiddlers have fled..
The self lock system should be engaged before the robbers have fled.
Before they ask us to come up with the bills.
The old lady was wondering how she'd be able to pay her bills.
And while we still have got the chance.
No clue on this line.
Let's face the music and dance....
Soon, we'll be without the moon.
Again, Nancy's face.
Humming a different tune.
Frank hummed his own sweet tune.
there maybe tears drop to shed.
The old lady shed a few tears.
So while there's music, and moonlight, and love, and romance
Let's face the music and dance!
The song was sung by Frank Sinatra in 1961.
There was a reference to the 60s' era in the first paragraph.
And as you could see from the video below, the song is exactly 3 minutes long.
The time that had elapsed between Nancy's checking of her watch, 10:51, and Frank's, 10:54, is 3 minutes.
Nancy is Frank Sinatra's first wife.
Enjoy the music!