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    E B E O R I E T E M E T H H P I T I NAMES and garbled words...

    I'm still figuring this out LOL I got ...



    ROB PETER.

    BETTIE
    ROB TIM PETER?
    ROB TIMOTHIE PETER
    ROME EMIT

    other than names I got this


    THERE I MET
    TIME TO MEET THE
    BROTHER
    OTHER BETTER OR I ME
    PIT THEM BEER

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    Meteorite iph he be it
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    the problem with anagramming is there is no verifiable pattern so it's really all just guessing. the likelihood is that the end text is just random letters to fill out the remaining spaces after the real message.

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    The key to a cypher is pinpointing the patterns. In other words, find patterns first, then meaning follows. So where is the origin of these letters? *sigh* I'll read backward.
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    If you're really into ciphers, check out Ricky McCormick's thread. I was so deep into it, that the powers that be figured they'd better make me a moderator just to shut me up.

    Just kidding, sorta.



    Time will tell. Read on for a few posts. I'm happy to explain my method to anyone who might be interested.

    ->> ->>

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?131822-MO-Ricky-McCormick-41-St-Louis-30-June-1999&p=6447099#post6447099

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...96#post6265496


    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...56#post6269656

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?131822-MO-Ricky-McCormick-41-St-Louis-30-June-1999&p=6267610#post6267610




    Bottom line, it's all about context.
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    Assuming "dangeroue" is a clue, and not a "mistake," and that there may be only 17 letters in the "anagram," (the circled dot symbol at the end of the previous line of 17 characters may be a "period" at the end of the message) then the angaram may be as follows:

    B S O R I E T E M E T H H P I T I

    From which one easily gets

    ROBEPT E SMITH THE II

    The funny thing is, Robert "Graysmith's" REAL name is Robert G Smith II.

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