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you sure is an i after p on the second to last line i thought it was an a
Ok i have to turn my computer 45 degrees to read it so I'm not exactly reliable on that
so where do you start on this one number to letter returns


If you add in the leading zero's makes it easier to notice they line up very well.

Although I am not sure if letters to numbers is the route to go.
So the letters that match up are

O  L
V  T
A  N
D  E
Without the matching columns: 

Because certain symbols are repeated in every line, I'm thinking the encoded symbols are vertical combinations.
vertical combinations, in a linear fashion:

reis ovad lleb eips wdin dnem ltne ruhc osim ltne agne ubla emme csop irab ovad
there seems to be no caesarian shift combos off of that..
The fact is has 16 characters 4 times seems to indicate to me each column represents a character. But I am stumped at the moment as to what.
One clue might be in the last two characters.  Both have an 'A' in the third position but one symbol has to be a letter and the other a number. 
Ok I noticed that:
Line 1: the 2nd character repeats on 7 twice (7=7=14)
Line 2: the 2nd character repeats on 14 once (14=14)
Line 3: then 2nd character repeats on 13 and then 1 after (13+1=14)
Line 4: the 2nd character repeats on 14( 14=14)

I am not sure if this means anything, but it is one of the patterns I have noticed.
Also the Line 1 O maps to an A two times, but the middle instance it does not.  The line 2 V maps to line 4 D both times.
could the numbers be used to  pick words out of the story script?

Nevermind that doesn't seem to add up as well
It could, although whenever I dealt with that it was page, line, word, letter. So not sure what the 4 items would stand for.

I really feel like there is some pattern with these numbers and I am just missing it.
I think that those are bleed throughs from the page behind it... but ive been wrong before...
Urgh, time to call it a night. Here are my thoughts so far: I've run the words through pretty much every cipher I could think of.

Here are some open questions I still have that keep bothering me. Why 64 characters. There are 4 lines and 16 characters per line, which happens to be 4x4, so are we dealing with 4 blocks of 4x4 characters? None of the ciphers I know deal with 4x4 blocks, but rather 5x5 blocks so that doesn't really fit. I also tried adding up the columns and looking up those unmbers as characters, but no luck there either.
+Liana Kafetzopoulou I cannot say that I see that on mine even after some image manipulation. Although I just came up with a completely different idea.
Also, will this for sure require that we end up with numbers? What types of caesarian tables have been used before to yield numbers?
Haha it might have really been nothing, i think i was hoping to find a  key to decipher it may have even been trying too hard to find info on the page :P to be honest i havent found anything online that would do it, i have only been trying to solve it with shifts within ASCII but didnt find anything...pfff i hate letter codes 
i've been playing with column Transposition  not haveing much luck...
Yeah I lack the brains it seems to see what is going on here. The fact that OVAD repeats bothers me though. I feel like once someone figures it out I will look at it and say 'duh".
I give up for the time being. I was exploring polyalphabetic ciphers but I am not that great at it.
Maybe the phrase "music cue" wriiten down on the same page is a clue?
what about the 'HS:nm' on the bottom of the first page? any ideas what it could mean? maybe its the key to this code somehow...
I had wondered that myself but by then I was done working on it lol. 
The HS:nm is also slightly on top of the fold, so either they made a mistake or it's intentional. Either way, I couldn't make heads or tails of it :)
The HS:nm drew my attention because it looks like the corner of the H is written on TOP of the folded over piece. No idea what to make of it. 
for a short time I was thinking maybe its 'hours:minutes' - but its probably not, because its HS:nm not HS:mn :)
Well the HS:nm when substituting numbers comes out to 8,19:14,13
Add them and you get 27:27
Which are the places that repeat, so it probably means something, but I'm not getting anywhere.
has anyone solved this one yet.. i'm still stumped...
I suspect now that the HS:nm means that you need to use the reverse alphabet encryption of a=z, b=y etc. as H and S switch places, as do m and n.  Also it seems to imply changing case from upper to lower (perhaps necessary for further decimal or binary purposes? we already know passcodes are lower case).

Anyway, reversing and such gives us


(you may want to copy/paste into an editor to use a fixed width font).

In numbers:

09 12 15 22 04 23 15 09 12 15 26 06 22 24 18 12
22 05 15 18 23 13 07 06 08 07 20 25 14 08 09 05
18 26 22 11 18 22 13 19 18 13 13 15 14 12 26 26
08 23 25 08 13 14 22 24 14 22 22 26 22 11 25 23

I still suspect the solution is to work in columns, and that columns 2 and 16 result in (the same) number as columns 7 and 10 also result in (the same) letter, and that the result will be a passcode that needs reversing, so the above will be 
x#x#x backwardsword #xx#

Of course this may be completely wrong... :P
I'm not going to spend any more of my (rapidly expiring) weekend on this one though. Perhaps someone else can continue.
This one seems to have been solved: 9re7chapeaut5w3r
However, for the life if me, I can't reverse engineer it. Does anyone know the solution? 
I wonder if it wasn't brute forced. It was fairly clear that the keyword is chapeau, and that each column corresponds to a character. Assuming a 1 to 1 substitution and assuming a [2-9][p-z][a-n][2-9] etc format, leaves about 2.5 million possibilities. I'm not a programmer, so I have no idea how plausible that is. This code has been unsolved for 10 days, though. 
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