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26th Sep '16 9:10:45 AM Gosicrystal
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* In ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice'', [[spoiler:the secret to open Khura'in's Treasure Box]] is told in the lyrics to the Song of Ceremony, which is heard by everyone every day. No one would expect one of the big secrets of the kingdom to be divulged to the public [[HiddenInPlainSight in such a fashion]].
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15th Sep '16 1:05:05 AM PaulA
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* In Creator/OrsonScottCard's ''[[EndersGame Shadow of the Hegemon]]'' when Petra and Bean communicate by starting an e-mail signature meme: an image file of a dragon with a coded message in it and the words "Share this dragon / If you do / Lucky end for / Them and you", which reference the Dragon Army and Ender Wiggin.

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* In Creator/OrsonScottCard's ''[[EndersGame Shadow of the Hegemon]]'' when ''Literature/ShadowOfTheHegemon'' Petra and Bean communicate by starting an e-mail signature meme: an image file of a dragon with a coded message in it and the words "Share this dragon / If you do / Lucky end for / Them and you", which reference the Dragon Army and Ender Wiggin. Wiggin.
29th Aug '16 2:34:40 AM PaulA
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* There's another example of a publicly-published crossword containing a hidden message for a particular person in ''Series/OliversTravels''.

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* There's another example In ''Series/OliversTravels'', Oliver's friend who writes crosswords under the name of "Aristotle" goes missing after getting on the wrong side of a publicly-published crossword containing conspiracy, but Aristotle's crosswords continue to be published, and at one point Oliver realizes that the most recent one contains a hidden message for a particular person in ''Series/OliversTravels''.indicating who's behind the conspiracy.
26th Aug '16 4:37:26 PM JackG
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* ''Series/TheEqualizer''. In "The Distant Fire", [=McCall=] finds a postcard pinned to a noticeboard at a bar he frequents. He scribbles out parts of the writing on the back to reveal a message hidden there.

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* ''Series/TheEqualizer''. In "The Distant Fire", [=McCall=] finds a postcard pinned to a noticeboard at a bar he frequents. He scribbles out parts of the writing on the back to reveal a message hidden there.there by an old adversary.
26th Aug '16 4:37:00 PM JackG
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* ''Series/TheEqualizer''. In "The Distant Fire", [=McCall=] finds a postcard pinned to a noticeboard at a bar he frequents. He scribbles out parts of the writing on the back to reveal a message hidden there.
9th Aug '16 4:41:57 PM 69BookWorM69
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* In the ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' episode "A Study in Sherlock", David Kingsley (a.k.a. Sherlock Holmes) insists Moriarty communicates with his gang via coded obituaries in the local paper. Murdoch and Brackenreid are dubious, but as which much else in the case, the young Sherlock proves to be correct.

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In the ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' episode "A Study in Sherlock", David Kingsley (a.k.a. Sherlock Holmes) insists Moriarty communicates with his gang via coded obituaries in the local paper. Murdoch and Brackenreid are dubious, but as which much else in the case, the young Sherlock proves to be correct.correct.
** In "The Artful Detective", Brackenreid notices an extra race published in the racing form; he's familiar with the track and draws Murdoch's attention to the discrepancy. The team compares the horse names to the profiles of several recent murder victims and finds several of the "horse" names are each descriptive of their victims. They come up with the hypothesis that the victims and a few other people are actually [[spoiler: killing each other in a DeadlyGame]], and they stake out the racing form's publisher. Sure enough, the "horses" they have matched to their corpses are missing from the next "running" of that non-existent race, but a new entry is added: "Artful Detective". Guess who soon finds himself attacked in the street?
22nd Jul '16 6:08:56 PM Keltena
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22nd Jul '16 6:07:41 PM Keltena
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\n[[/folder]]\n* ''Webcomic/{{Clockwork}}'': Before leaving for Arcadia [[spoiler:under heavy coercion]], Cog leaves a letter for his best friend Boris. It appears to be just a friendly effort to ease Boris' objections to his decision, but [[spoiler:the first letters of each line spell out "HELP ME".]]
19th Apr '16 7:47:17 AM marcoasalazarm
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* '''Film/WagTheDog'': One part of the story regarding the soldier Schumann ([[InventedIndividual a fake American POW for a fake war in Algeria]]) is a photo of him in captivity with his sweater ripped in a pattern that "turns out" to be a Morse Code message saying that he's okay and asking for his mother to stay strong.
17th Apr '16 12:04:06 PM marcoasalazarm
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* ''Film/TheGauntlet'': TheMafia keeps track of TheBet about whether witness Augustina "Gus" Malley will make it to the trial on Phoenix via a made-up horse race and a made-up horse called "Malley No-Show".
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