According to legend of mouth, Aldo Ettore Dinovinci was one of the greatest archeologists, anthropologists, and engineers of all time. Although due to the tragic Great Chicago Fire in 1871, his journals and experiments all turned to dust. The fire ultimately killed hundreds, Dinovinci included. All that remained of his legacy was a combination lock safe, containing only torn up pieces of paper.
So it turned out, the pieces all derived from a single 11″×17″ sheet, and drawn on it, thoroughly inked sketches of mechanical parts attached to dinosaur bones. The man had created an alphabet of confusion. Their intended use to this day is unknown.