Hello everyone! I hope you are having a great week so far!
Yesterday, I made a post with four crime scenes puzzles, and said that I would reveal the answers today. And since I do what I say (except when I say Talk About-Thursday is posted every Thursday) I’m posting the answers.
I’ll include the puzzles again.
One night, a man receives a call from the Police. The Police tell the man that his wife was murdered, and that he should reach the crime scene as soon as possible. The man drops the phone, shocked, and drives 20 minutes to the crime scene. As soon as he reaches the crime scene, the Police arrest him, and he is convicted of murder. How did the police know that he committed the crime?
The answer is obvious. How did we know where the crime scene was if the Police never told him?
A woman was found dead in her study. She was slumped over her desk and had a gun in her hand. There was a cassette recorder on her desk. When the Police entered the room and pressed the play button on the tape recorder they heard: “I can’t go on, I have nothing to live for”. Then there was the sound of a gunshot. How did the detective immediately know that the woman had been murdered and it wasn’t a suicide?
Easy. How could the woman have pressed the stop button of the tape after the gunshot?
Dean was found dead in his bedroom by his brother Sam. Sam describing his dismal discovery to consulting detective Sherlock Homes, who happens to be around the scene. “I was walking by Dean’s house when I thought I would just drop in for a visit. I noticed his bedroom light was on and I decided to peek in from the outside to see if he was in there. There was frost on the window, so I had to wipe it away to see inside. That is when I saw his body. So I kicked in the front door to confirm my suspicions of foul play. I called the police immediately afterward.” With clue from Detective Sherlock Homes the police officer immediately arrested Sam for the murder of Dean. How did he know Sam was lying?
Frost forms inside, not outside. Sam couldn’t have been able to wipe it away.
Well, those were the answers. Which ones did you have correct? Let me know below!
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