Clue 1


If you've solved the previous puzzle, then you may already have some leftover research that could help with this one.




Clue 2


No more "swyping" is required, but the "key"-board part could still be useful.




Solution


Every number of punctuation in this text shares a key with a letter. If you convert to those letters you get the plaintext: "The fingerprints found on this card will match those found on the plane if you want to turn me in."




Clue 3


Locate an image of an old SwiftKey keyboard.





Clue 1


In relation to the theme of the card, what do numbers normally have to do with?




Clue 2


So how might the topic of "telephone numbers" relate to the background image?




Solution


Each number is a unique country code for telephone dialing. Looking up the countries and taking the first letter of each will give you the plaintext: My name is Moira Saint Claire.




Clue 3


How is each country unique... regarding telephones?





Clue 1


If you've solved the previous puzzle, then you may already have some leftover research that could help with this one.




Clue 2


No more "swyping" is required, but the "key"-board part could still be useful.




Solution


Every number of punctuation in this text shares a key with a letter. If you convert to those letters you get the plaintext: "The fingerprints found on this card will match those found on the plane if you want to turn me in."




Clue 3


Locate an image of an old SwiftKey keyboard.





Clue 1


If you've solved the previous puzzle, then you may already have some leftover research that could help with this one.




Clue 2


No more "swyping" is required, but the "key"-board part could still be useful.




Solution


Every number of punctuation in this text shares a key with a letter. If you convert to those letters you get the plaintext: "The fingerprints found on this card will match those found on the plane if you want to turn me in."




Clue 3


Locate an image of an old SwiftKey keyboard.





Clue 1


If you've solved the previous puzzle, then you may already have some leftover research that could help with this one.




Clue 2


No more "swyping" is required, but the "key"-board part could still be useful.




Solution


Every number of punctuation in this text shares a key with a letter. If you convert to those letters you get the plaintext: "The fingerprints found on this card will match those found on the plane if you want to turn me in."




Clue 3


Locate an image of an old SwiftKey keyboard.





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