Tuesday, October 24, 2006

That Was Interesting...

I went to the door to see who was knocking, and when I opened it there was no one there. The reporters camped out across the street turned and looked at me, so I waved. They all began chattering at once, but they knew better than to come towards me. I went back inside the house and closed the door, and almost immediately I heard knocking again.

So, I opened the door once more, sure I would see a reporter dashing back across the street or something. And again, there was no one. This time, however, I noticed something scratched into the door with deep gauges. It said this:

"ownw pcwbur jd tclkkvw rzzwfwsz"

I marched across the road to the reporters, who looked quite scared. "Who did that?" I yelled. They all denied it, no matter how loudly I screamed and threatened to call the police. They said no one had been at the door and they hadn't noticed the markings until I pointed them out, and the strange thing is, I kinda believe them. There was definitely no one there when I went back inside the house, and there was no one there when I opened the door. The door wrote on itself somehow.

I tried a bunch of decoding websites online, but none of them produce anything meaningful. Is this perhaps some other language? Frank Dawes, it seems like you're good with codes and ciphers and things. Can you make any sense of this? I really want to know what it means.

That's all for now... maybe I'll get in touch with Frank and blog again later.

1 comment:

Puck said...

The message is a Vigenere cipher that decodes to "Miss Corinn is Tabitha Plessing" using the key "Coven of the Black Crow".