16 Years And Counting: One Woman's Obsession To Crack A Code

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Elonka Dunin stands next to Kryptos in 2002, when she was allowed access to CIA's headquarters in Langley. (Courtesy of Elonka Dunin)

A sculpture with a secret message at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, has stumped amateur code breakers for a quarter-century.

Elonka Dunin, a software developer from Nashville, Tennessee, has spent the better part of two decades trying to unravel the mystery of Kryptos.

Tony Youngblood from Here & Now contributor Nashville Public Radio has her story.


Tony Youngblood, reporter for Nashville Public Radio. He tweets @tonyyoungblood.

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