Somewhere in Virginia there is a buried treasure of gold, silver, and jewels worth close to $50 million. And there is a secret code, which has not been ...
Somewhere in Virginia there is a buried treasure of gold, silver, and jewels worth close to $50 million. And there is a secret code, which has not been broken for nearly 200 years, which will reveal its location. Can you solve it? The Beale Primer is a good starting point for those who are new to the Beale ciphers and want to get up to speed quickly. It is the companion app to the Beale Decoder and provides extensive background information and analysis. The Beale ciphers were created in 1822 and have defied efforts to crack them. The main cipher allegedly describes the location of a fabulous treasure buried somewhere in Bedford County, Virginia. The cipher is of a type that anyone who comes up with the correct keytext and numbering scheme can solve it. As one cryptologist put it, "A child could do it." Features: â— Brief timeline of the Beale story. â— Introduction to solving substitution ciphers such as the Beale ciphers. â— Analysis of Beale's letters. â— Overview of potential keytexts. â— New details on the likely location of the gold find in Colorado. â— Analysis of how the Beale party was able to transport the treasure to Virginia. â— Previously unknown details of the transaction for jewels in St. Louis. â— Review of some of the research done since the 1980s. "There's a lot of crap on the web about the Beale ciphers. This app brings some clarity and does it in an entertaining way." "I learned several new things about the Beale ciphers. The analysis of the location of the mining operation was really good."
Size: 12.87 MB
Price: $ 0.00
Day of release: 0000-00-0