I apologize if this post is a bit cryptic, but given the nature of item it is about, it must be. I purchased one of the Mystery Deck Lockboxes a number of years ago. I remember being intrigued by the idea, and as a fan of JJ Abrams, was excited when I had the opportunity to buy them. When I received the box, I was quickly able to deduce how to open it, and did so. Seeing the decks sealed in their '?' wrappers only made me want to know what was inside. I know it goes against the whole "mystery box" premise, but there were 12 of them in there, each being its own mystery, so opening one surely wouldn't sully the experience. I remember peeling open the wrapper as carefully as possible. Unfortunately, I did end up tearing a small piece off one of the corners. I stopped for a moment after breaking the seal on case. This was the point of no return. Of course, there was really no mystery to be had. Inside was a deck of cards, as advertised. I remember fanning them out, feeling them glide through my hands, studying the face cards and their backs. I remember being thrilled at their design and pleased with their quality. So I put them back in their case, re-wrapped the '?' paper around them, placed it back in the box, closed it, replaced the lock, and put the whole thing up on a shelf to be displayed. That was that. Fast forward a few years, and for some reason I got to thinking about that Mystery Box again. It was still there, on the same shelf I put it on years ago. So I took it down and opened it again. I pulled out the same deck I opened years ago. I undid the wrapper again. Interestingly, the adhesive holding it together had resealed itself, as if it had never been opened before. I know it was the same one as it was still missing the corer that I had torn off so many years ago. To my surprise, the seal on the case was also unbroken...perhaps I misremembered breaking the seal originally and simply peeled it back. Surely a broken seal is not able to mend itself. I broke the seal (again?) and pulled the cards out. They were just as I remembered. I played around with them for a little and decided to put them back in there case. That's when I saw it. After all these years of being on a shelf not more than 5 feet away from me was something that I never knew was there. Needless to say, I immediately began to explore this newfound discovery. But alas, I seem to have reached a dead end on what appears to be the last step in a rather interesting journey. I am curious if anyone here was able to reach the conclusion. If so, a message of support, and perhaps a clue on how to proceed would be appreciated. Mind you, I am not asking for the solution outright.