13 O’Clock Episode 110 – Mysterious Codes: Ricky McCormick, YOG’TZE, and the Voynich Manuscript

Talking about the Zodiac on last week’s show inspired us to delve into even more cases of strange codes that were never cracked. On this cryptic installment, we’re discussing three infamous incidents of mysterious ciphers: the so-called YOG’TZE case, the death of Ricky McCormick and the weird coded letters found in his pockets, and the bizarre Voynich Manuscript, written in some as-yet-undetermined language. Help Tom and Jenny decipher the clues on an enigmatic episode 110.

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Here’s the link to the latest attempt to decipher the Voynich Manuscript.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the documentary Voynich Code – The World’s Most Mysterious Manuscript.

Song at the end: “Break the Code” by Miaow.

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13 O’Clock Episode Five: Eerie Espionage – Numbers Stations, Somerton Man, Isdal Woman

Everybody loves suave superspy James Bond, but sometimes international espionage can be a hell of a lot less glamorous, and even downright disturbing. On this spooky spy-themed episode, Tom and Jenny discuss the creepy weirdness of numbers stations, plus the intensely fucked-up and mysterious unsolved murders of probable secret agents The Somerton Man (aka the Tamam Shud case) and The Isdal Woman.

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And to listen to lots more unsettling examples of numbers stations, visit The Conet Project, and if you’re interested in recent attempts to crack the Tamam Shud code, check out this Reddit thread.