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Hint 1

Do you know who this is?

Hint 2

He's not a puzzle himself, but he'll help you figure out the theme for the card.

Hint 3

Ring-Ring, Ring-Ring.

Solution

Final Solution: This is Alexander Graham Bell, credited with patenting the first practical telephone.

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Hint 1

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

Hint 2

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

Hint 3

How is each country unique... regarding telephones?

Solution

Final 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.

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Hint 1

That's a lot of repetition in those numbers.

Hint 2

If it helps, even if the number is repeated three times, it still only has one value.

Hint 3

A teenager in the early 2000s could tell you exactly what this means...

Hint 4

When you press a number once, you get the first letter on the button, but if you press it three times, you get the third letter on the button.

Solution

Final Solution: On a telephone or cellphone keypad, each number represents three-four letters. By pressing a number once, you get the first letter (2 = A). By pressing a number twice, you get the second letter (22 = B). The four pieces of text translated in this way are as follows: "The FBI thinks I am a man." / "Cooper was the name of my cat." / "I had never used a parachute before." / "I no longer fly Boeing."
[In addition, if you look up the words that are bolded here and in quotation marks on the card, you will find information about D.B. Cooper.]

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Hint 1

These are some odd shapes, but fairly familiar.

Hint 2

If you're keeping notes on your computer, this may look pretty similar.

Hint 3

If this is a keyboard, you'll want to follow the journey here.

Solution

Final Solution: By following the line here across a standard keyboard, the first letter is "P" and spells out PORTLAND.

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Hint 1

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

Hint 2

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

Hint 3

Locate an image of an old SwiftKey keyboard.

Solution

Final Solution: Every number or 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."