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Clue 1


You probably know this, but I didn't make all these quotes up...




Clue 2


Have you figured out where each one is from, yet?




Solution


Each quote is from a play by William Shakespeare. Read left to right, the first letter of each title gives the plaintext: Pat Otool.





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Clue 1


Hard to see anything without windows.




Clue 2


Although, some of those windows look a little cluttered.




Solution


Hidden in the windows of the globe theatre is the word: DUBAI.





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Clue 1


Determining the theme of the card will help.




Clue 2


The image itself will help you narrow down the Bard's body of work to one specific play.




Solution


Your text is made up of character names from Hamlet, only certain letters have been removed. The missing letters form the text: I robbed the Gardner Museum.




Clue 3


Maybe check out the cast of characters.




Clue 4


Specifically, look at the cast of characters from Hamlet and compare it to your text.





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Clue 1


This is a very classic cipher type...




Clue 2


The numbers are a map... to somewhere in Shakespeare's work.




Solution


Each string of numbers correspons to Shakespeare's sonnets: soonet number, line, and word. The resulting plaintext reads: I live like a king here. I will never return and never be a prisoner. Tell the world my story.




Clue 3


In this case, the play is NOT the thing.




Clue 4


What else is Shakespeare famous for writing?




Clue 5


You'll want to use his more poetic body of work.