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An encrypted message published by the original master of horror, Edgar Allan Poe, has been decrypted 151 after his death. The message was decoded by Gil Broza, a 27-year-old computer programmer from Toronto, who solved the puzzle using a combination of computer power and insight. Now that it is decrypted, however, Poe scholars have been presented with a continuance of the puzzle as the contained message makes so little sense that some don’t believe it was either written or encrypted by Poe.

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