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EASY AS ONE, TWO, THREE

one of those crushing blows designed to disappoint 99 percent of readership, I’m here to tell you that despite what you’ve learned at the movies or from reading books, there is really no such thing as a skeleton key. Yes, there are keys that have been filed or cut so that they can unlock a variety of warded locks, but in the widest sense of the term – no. And, of course, most of you actually do know this already. Because logically there simply couldn’t be one key that fits every lock in the world – there are just so many

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