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Earthnut, April 3 in
The Donut Hole Coffee Shop
7 out of 10 as well
No cheating ! !
For your personal enjoyment ~
I know the killer... but I figured it out differently than Sherlock Holmes did, so I was right and wrong.
I say 3.
I agree with the 3 because 4 uses open spaces, whereas 3 seems to use all the solids. Of course I could be wrong, after all, it is an illusion.
Now this eye test is a strange one. Some people have seen a rhino. I haven't yet, but I keep trying.
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Here comes a "killer" puzzle :
Let's see can u crack this one...
HINT: You don't have to be a Mathematical Genius to solve this... Just Observe.
I see the rhino, and the answer to the other one is 2
Wow, I've stared at that blue circle till I've turned blue, and I don't see the Rhino. Maybe because I wear glasses.
2 is correct. Excellent job.
It's taking a long time to load the page, and images still aren't displaying, so I will have to pass on an image, and just post a text. Good luck with this one. It took me awhile to figure it out.
One evening there was a murder in the home of married couple, their son and daughter. One of these four people murdered one of the others. One of the members of the family witnessed the crime. The other one helped the murderer.
Theses are the things we know for sure:
1 ~ The witness and the one who helped the nurderer were not of the same sex.
2 ~ The oldest person and the witness were not of the same sex.
3 ~ The youngest person and the victim were not of the same sex.
4 ~ The one who helped the murderer was older than the victim.
5 ~ The father was the oldest member of the family.
6 ~ The murderer was not the youngest member of the family.
Daughter is youngest
Father is oldest.
Mother is murderer
Son is victim
Father is helper
Daughter is witness
Spoiler Alert ~
You are correct. Did you cheat? Proud to say I didn't and got it right. It's solved by "deduction." Hope I can find one that stumps you.
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