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In many ways, whereas the problem with the Z340 is that it has too many shapes, the problem with the Z13 is arguably that it has too few shapes.
So there would seem to be something a little odd going on here, cryptanalytically speaking: something feels wrong. ”, Craig Bauer praised a possible crack of the Z13 cipher which I hadn’t previously heard of, and credits p.128 of Robert Graysmith’s (2002) “Zodiac Unmasked: The Identity of America’s Most Elusive Serial Killer Revealed” as the source (though Graysmith talks about it as if the suggestion were as old as the [Hollywood] Hills): Now, even though this doesn’t , because it seems exceptionally close. Neuman” as his name feels like this exactly the kind of thing the Zodiac Killer would do, in that it is taunting, unhelpful, superior, nasty, satirical, self-centred, and narcissistic in all the right ways.
At the same time, according to this Quester Files website page, “[t]he envelopes carried double postage.In fact, if you colour all the Z13’s repeated cipher shapes (again, once using Dave Oranchak’s neat-o-rama Cipher Explorer), this is what you see: Much as I love “Sarah The Horse” and “Clara Cataract” as elegant literary plaintexts for this, it’s important to note that these are homophonic solutions for something whose many repeats point to its actually being a monoalphabetic substitution cipher.