A good detective knows how to keep a secret. Crack these codes, then write secret messages with your friends!
To solve this military code, arrange the code letters in Army rank, from lowest to highest:
private first class (Pfc.)
second lieutenant (2nd Lt.)
This secret message uses Morse code in disguise. First sent via telegraph in 1844, Morse code uses a series of short dots (o) and long dashes (–) to represent each letter. The current standardized version looks like this:
|o –||– ooo||– o – o||– oo||o||oo – o||– – o|
|oooo||oo||o – – –||– o –||o – oo||– –||– o|
|– – –||o – – o||– – o –||o – o||ooo||–||oo –|
|ooo –||o – –||– oo –||– o – –||– – oo|
To solve this code, replace the eyes with dots and the lips with dashes. Then match the sequence to the proper letter. Note: There are two letters on both the first and third lines, separated by a space. Read the letters across the rows to find the secret word.
Risk-takers have a saying: “Go big or go home!” To crack this skydiving code, select the bigger number in each pair of goggles. Next, change the selected numbers to letters: 1 = A, 2 = B, etc. Here is the complete alphabet.
Read the letters from left to right to find the secret word.