Wait, so Phill lives in Dartmouth, New Hampshire, not Dartmouth, Massachusetts? Had me fooled.
Anyway, it certainly seems suspicious that a package supposedly sent to John would have its photo taken so far away.
I don't know if it matters, but the coordinates are on two sides of the town of Littleton, NH. The one photo is from a cemetary (probably called Dells Park). It's almost exactly at 800' elevation. The other photo seems to have been taken at an important-looking building, in that it's all alone in the middle of a field. Strange place for a post office. It's right near Mildred C. Lakeway School and Faith Bible Church. And Mr. Lee's Restaurant. Right on the Amonoosuc River. A bit higher than 800' elevation.
It's strange that Coal was taken at about 12:40 AM local time and Address was taken just before 2 AM local. Unlikely time to get a package. Also, it is suspicious that two of the photos have these tags, while the third does not -- all three of them had to have been edited. One was cropped, one had the address blacked out, and the last was at least resized. Why only have EXIF tags in two of them? Why two different locations? This does seem like a clue to me.
I suggest considering carefully what the people of the directorate say in this thread, and not getting too sidetracked. John asked who sent the package to him, posted the images, and said "Grrrrrr". (Um, a bear??) And Phill commented that it was a lot of charcoal. (Would that tube really fit in that box?) So, maybe we need to try to go back to figuring out who sent the package.
You guys seem confused about the coordinate systems being used. Some people are using degrees and minutes (and hundredths of a minute), while others are using degrees, minutes, and seconds. One arc-second is 1/60 of a minute, hence how 44˚ 18.49' = 44˚18' 29.4", etc. Think of that example as almost equal to 18.5' = 18' 30".
Rather apathetic member of blue team.