My real name is Felix.
Iron — Fe (chemical symbol)
59 — LIX (Roman numerals)
Cryptograms were originally created not for entertainment purposes but for the encryption of military or personal secrets.
Today, we at WeGoRo invite you to activate your lateral thinking and try to decipher these riddles with hidden messages. Prove that you can be a great detective!
My father is a chemist.
My mother is a mathematician.
They call me iron59.
What is my real name?
Mario is on a business trip in an exotic country. At the hotel, he asks the receptionist to send a telegram that should arrive exactly on February 23. But the receptionist tells him that he can only use these words to write: fiasco, nephew, carrot, rabbit, sonata, spring, tailor, bureau, corona, legacy, soften, travel, object, happen, bikini.
Then Mario sends the following telegram:
Carrot Fiasco Nephew Spring Rabbit Sonata Tailor Bureau Legacy Corona
Travel Bikini Object Happen Soften
What does the message say?
Hint: The message is for Mario’s son.
Detective Robertson, one of the agency’s most experienced detectives, used his coded key and entered the apartment where the secret documentation was hidden.
Detective Love, his assistant, had left an encrypted note with the exact location of the documentation. Robertson found the note. It said:
OIDU TSEH TNITEPR ACEHT RED NU
Using his experience and the strategies learned in training, Robertson deciphered the message and found the documentation.
Where were the documents hidden?
A man was killed in his office.
Before dying, the victim managed to pull out the knife from his abdomen, nail it to a calendar, and write 6, 4, 9, 10, 11 with his blood.
The suspects are Sophie, Jason, Nick, Julie, and Paul.
Who is the killer?