One of the Zodiac Killer’s most elaborate cryptograms was finally resolved 51 years after it was sent to The San Francisco Chronicle. The mysterious serial killer, who was never caught, is believed to have been responsible for at least five murders in the Bay Area in the late 1960s. He got his pseudonym from creepy letters he sent to local newspapers, often including cryptograms.
The so-called 340 cipher confused observers for years, but was finally solved by an international code-breaking team from the U.. S.. . , Australia and Belgium, reports the Chronicle. It reads, « I hope you have fun catching me. « . . . . I am not afraid of the gas chamber because it will send me to paradise all the sooner because now I have enough slaves to work for me. one???? Unfortunately, it doesn’t offer any obvious clues as to the killer’s identity, but the FBI said it was aware of the breakthrough and the investigation was still ongoing. Another Zodiac Killer cryptogram said, “I like killing because it’s so much fun. â ????
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World News – USA – The Zodiac Killer cryptogram has finally been solved after more than 50 years
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