ナイアンティック調査 エピソード5：ナイアンティックの災厄 チューリッヒの殺人
The Niantic Investigation 5 - Klue - Murder
She calls herself Klue (with a K)... I doubt that's her real name.
The Niantic Investigation
EP 5: THE NIANTIC CALAMITY
Murder in Zurich
One hundred and fifty-three thousand people die on this planet everyday. That's fifty six million people a year. We don't know when death will come for us. But sometimes, someone else does.
I don't know who she is. She calls herself Klue with a K. I'm guessing she wasn't born with that name, but here it is.
Hey P.A. Klue, here. I've been studying the Tycho posters, and I wanted to share what I've found. Specifically, this image.
Let's start at the top. There on the statue, you can see an Escher image. M.C. Escher was of course famous for creating images that challenged perception and reality. The statue itself is important... but first, at the bottom, we see coded text. This is a pretty standard cipher known as a Caesar Shift. Simply replace the letters with the the one that is indicated by the number at the front. Do so... and here's what you get.
+5 "Jajwd tujwfynts wjfhmjx f wnxp-fxxjxxrjsy xyflj. Fy
ymnx utnsy, rd ijyjwrnsfynts nx ymfy Snfsynh nx hfzxnsl
rtwj ywtzgqj ymfs ny nx btwym." snfsynhuwtojhy.htr
what does this mean?
"Every operation reaches a risk-assessment stage. At this point, my determination is that Niantic is causing more trouble than it is worth." nianticproject.com
Now, to the bodies. If you look near their feet, you can make out what looks like the outline of a map. In fact, the dot here aligns with the map of Zurich, Switzerland. The Statue is of Alfred Escher, a famous Swiss rail baron of the eighteen hundreds. So the M.C. Escher element was a hidden truth that Tycho was synthesizing.
What do I mean?
I mean that Tycho was seeing the future. Prescience, if you will. Or something like it. Because that statue is located at the Zurich Train Station, and matches the photo of the so-called murder/hoax that we've been following. Impossible?
Oh, and one more thing. The words "2 will die" ...seemed pretty obvious that it was referring to the bodies. Straightforward, right? Which bothered me. I don't know why, just did. I mean, why so direct? Then I looked harder. And it hit me. Two, three, seven, one, one. They're numbers. The last word "die" - "the" in German. Reverse it, google it, tell me I'm wrong.
Two disappearing corpses at the Zurich train station a few nights ago. My source put me onto this story, and now I'm "Klue"-ed into why.
Two will die. At a train station. At Hauptbahnhof. But who?
Zurich Hauptbahnhof. By the statue in front of the building.
Any ideas you want to share? Send 'em to me.