A life time fan and Prisonerologist of the 1960's series 'the Prisoner', a leading authority on the subject, a short story writer, and now Prisoner novelist.
I imagine that the de-cyphered message is the "delivery note" that No.6 gave to Karel. "He will not understand it, it is in code" No.6 said.But perhaps Karel did understand it, and there was a phone in his cave!Be seeing youZM72
Hello ZM72, Nice to be hearing from you again. That's quite right, the de-cyphered message would be the coded "delivery note" which No.6 gave to Karel-Post 5. And your comment is a fair idea, and I like the idea behind it. However Post 5 would not have bothered to send that coded message in the first place, well certainly not to London. Perhaps a message to The Village saying that Number 6 and Nadia had been crated up ready for collection. Seeing as how the only journey Number 6 would be taking was one back to The Village!Very best regardsDavidBCNU