The Auburn Puzzler was an enigmatic figure in Auburn puzzling lore, active in the spring and summer of 2009.
His/her Facebook page may be found at https://www.facebook.com/auburn.puzzler.
In Spring 2009, flyers posing as For Rent notices were posted around Parker Hall encoding the first message from the Puzzler. A link to a Facebook Page was provided in this flyer.
In "Game 1", players were lead across Auburn's campus following flyer to flyer, ultimately ending up in Haley Center, infamously a figurative labyrinth of classrooms and bulletin boards. The result of the game was the Puzzler's email address.
In "Game 2" the Puzzler organized a several weeks-long event over the summer loosely based on the game Clue. Detective Alan Parnell was trying to discover who murdered Mr. Boddy. Six events, each about a week apart, comprised mini puzzle hunts which lead to the testimony of a character from Clue. Put together, the clues described a logic puzzle, which the players solved at McAllister's Deli. The Puzzle left a gift card for their meal at the deli. The official blog for the event was http://alanparnell.wordpress.com/.
While a third game was announced, the Puzzler has been inactive since Summer 2009.