So, what's on page 47 in The Book Of Secrets? (National Treasure 2)

I think it’s a link to :smiley:

Any other guesses?

Yeah, I’m on clue overload from the FIRST clues, so I thought I would focus some of that investigative work from all the rest of you towards this.

Obviously this is aimed at people who have seen National Treasure 2 for the most part, so** don’t reveal any secrets from the movie we already know for others who havent’ seen it. **

Let the guessing begin!

So… what’s on page 47 of “the book”?

And does this mean another sequel is coming? :yikes:

Page 47 goes into detail about how the president tried to cover up…

Oh, No Spoilers.



A sequel ! :eek: :eek:


Oh, that’s easy: it’s the script for National Treasure III. :stuck_out_tongue:

lol, I love how you noticed that. Too bad 2264 is too big of a number to do that. :frowning:


The thread’s title refers to ‘page 47 in The Book Of Secrets’. Isn’t this a bit of a spoiler in itself? Oh well, to my guess… I don’t recall them referring to the Lincoln Memorial in either National Treasure 1 or 2. Maybe there was a cover up. There was a typo on it that wrote ‘euture’ instead of ‘future’. Maybe that means something. Also, the Memorial is on both the $5 bill and the penny. Maybe that is something? Or maybe it refers to something else all together. All I know is that I can’t wait for the next movie.

I don’t know. I’m not saying that there won’t be a sequel but if there is i don’t think that it will refer to “page 47.” I think that it was deliberatley left mysterious but it probably won’t be brought up in the thrid. And I heard that the actors didn’t even want to do a third movie.

I think it has to do with the assassination of JFK or to do with area 51.

I definitely think there will be a third movie.

I hope it’s not about Area 51… UFOs and aliens + Disney? That would be an interesting combination… I’m not sure if I’d want to see it. Even though I quite liked the first two.

well its kind of like how they ended the first movie, when she gave him the map, so why not end with a suspense


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