Has a coded wartime message, which was found on a dead carrier pigeon, been cracked at last?
The message was found on the bird's skeleton in the chimney of a house in Surrey.
Then intelligence experts at GCHQ insisted it was indecipherable without the original codebook.
Well now researchers in Canada reckon they've done it.
So what exactly does the message say?
Toby Sadler reveals all.
People from around the world try to crack a World War Two message found on the leg of a dead pigeon
A secret World War Two message found on a dead carrier pigeon has left 21st Century code-breakers baffled.
The remains of a WWII carrier pigeon lost in action while delivering a secret message have been found in a chimney in Surrey.