By William F. Bultas
A cryptogram is a code made by substituting a different letter for each letter of the alphabet. In
a particular code, for example, the l's might be replaced by j's, & the j's might be replaced by
b's. Every letter is usually changed, & a different code is used for each problem. I encourage you to use any reference materials you think might help on the following 10
cryptograms. I have placed
the answers on a separate page to keep you from looking until
you're ready. Be aware that some of the puzzles may take a while to solve, so don't get frustrated - only a true cryptographer could decipher more than 7 of them! Many of the cryptograms were made using famous (and sometimes humorous) sayings, proverbs, adages & maxims. If you enjoy these puzzles, be
sure to try the other tests & puzzles at PUZZ.COM. Have fun!