I intercepted someone's scavenger hunt and may have an anagram (or some other cypher) that needs solving.
I came across a notecard taped to a no-parking sign that said, "You've made it this far. Impressive. now go to Goatman's Bridge." Goatman's bridge is an old landmark around here (Denton, TX) that's supposed to be haunted. The notecard was not weather worn. It had been raining recently so the card couldn't have been there for much more than a day.
So, I went to the bridge and found, written fairly recently on the deck of the bridge in sort of a Terminal-type
(image of part of it) font was this:
This could be some kids', you know, tags. La Hyphy, J-Ruhh, etc. but the way that it's written doesn't seem much like how some middle school taggers would write. Furthermore, it was written recently on a wooden deck exposed to the elements and won't last all that long. You can't see it in the pictures, but they seem to have taken care to match the color to the color that the metal of the bridge is painted. Again, perhaps not very random-tagger-like.
I also checked the area more thoroughly than seemed necessary given how the first one was hidden and didn't find another notecard or anything else clue-like. I went to the bridge two days after I found the notecard, which doesn't seem like enough time for them to figure out that their chain had been broken (The notecard was found relatively late at night indicating that maybe it would have taken multiple days to complete.).
The pseudo-words make it unlikely to be ROT-r, but I tried anyway, and it's not. I've never been good with anagrams, especially if they might not be perfect anagrams. This is about the extent of my cyphering abilities, and there's a real chance that this isn't even a cypher. Googling these "names" doesn't seem to return much. Any ideas?