Cryptograms and Spygrams by Norma Gleason

By Norma Gleason

Over a hundred cryptogrammatic puzzles, from basic Caesar ciphers to Null ciphers, Nihilist Transpositions, and so forth. Solutions.

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26 C ryptogram s an d Spygram s *U Z I N V I H *Z 0 N Z M Z X Cipher: Plain: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 2. But Not Homogenized K V H H R N R H G R X N R O P RH L U I V N Z I P : S F N Z M P R M W M V H H H L N V G R N V H H L N V G R N V H Y F G N L H G G S V H P R N N V W , X L M W V M H V W , L U G V M V E Z K L I Z G V W . Cipher: Plain: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 3. Unjustified Accusation? N *A R J *L B E X O E B H T U G 0 Y N A X B H G C N T R F *A B G U V A T N P P H F R Q C H O Y V F U R E N P N Y Y R Q *0 B B X' BS I B Y H Z R N A Q BS "*G U R J N F C Y N T V N E V F Z .

To encode the word G AM ES from Poe’s cipher key, substitute 43 44 Cryptograms and Spygrams for plain G a cipher E, for plain A cipher F and so on, resulting in the word EFSIE. Here is another example, this time in English: Cipher: A N E X A M P L E O F K E Y P H R A S E C I P H E R Plain: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z See how this makes deciphering more difficult? In the above, cipher A stands for plain A, and cipher S for plain S. Thus a cipher letter can stand for any of 26 letters instead of 25.

The title may help. Cipher K, by the way, does not represent Y here. ) 6. How’s That Again? P T U K A K D K N A RA NU "QBNALT": T G B R A Q K J Y T R J Q N O B D K N A Q T A Q K D K F T Z N P E Y T DN P K U U T O T A D K R Y Z N Y T S E Y R O D T A Q K N A Q . (Clues: Compare NU and DN. ) 7. Strike Out on Your Own M L G R X V B L F M T GL S Z W H V G GL S L D N Z M L U G V M D S L G S V X L N V G S V O V U G S L N V D L I O W LM U R I V Y Z X P GL T V G Harder Cryptograms N L I V 35 N Z G X S V H ?

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