Mysterious 'Devil's Letter' Decoded

An eerie 17th century letter that was written in code by a nun said to be possessed by the devil has allegedly been deciphered.

The creepy missive was purportedly composed by Sister Maria Crocifissa  della Concezione in 1676 following a bizarre episode in which the nun  awoke with a face covered in ink and possessing the cryptic letter.

The sisters at her convent were convinced that the note was the product  of some kind of demonic influence, since the text was comprised of  various letters from the alphabets of different languages and,  therefore, could not be read.

Over the next 341 years, an array of academics, occultists, and  cryptographers attempted to decode the letter, but no one could unlock  the message contained in the notorious note ... until now.

Find out what researchers believe the unsettling letter has to say at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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