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Lucky guess cracks safe code on first try

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A Canadian man unlocked a safe that had sat unopened in a small museum for decades, cracking the code on his first try with a lucky guess.

Stephen Mills was visiting the Vermilion Heritage Museum with his family when he had a go at opening the iron box "for a laugh".

The museum in the province of Alberta had previously tried numerous times to unlock the old safe - to no avail.

The safe had not been opened since the late 1970s.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-48477081

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Uncle Sam

That is a very standard combination. O.o...

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crookedspiral
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Definitly a case of ESP.

How can you guess the code of an iron safe the first time? Some call it ''chance'', I call it a psychic phenomenon.

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TripGun
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A ghost inhabited the body of Mr. Mills in order to open the safe but unfortunately the ghost also had a problem of compulsive self touching.

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Gary Meadows
15 hours ago, crookedspiral said:

Definitly a case of ESP.

How can you guess the code of an iron safe the first time? Some call it ''chance'', I call it a psychic phenomenon.

I don't believe in ESP, or psychic phenomenon, but yes, I agree that it must be ESP, or a psychic phenomenon.

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godnodog

Guess who just wasted their chance of winning a major loto prize?

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