# Mystery Puzzles

The Latest and exclusive collection of Mystery Puzzles to tease your brain. Mystery Puzzles helps exercising the brain and develop it to think logical and solve real world problems differenlty. PuzzleFry brings you the best Mystery Puzzles, you'll enjoy wide range of Mystery Puzzles, Lets try few Mystery Puzzles listed below -
• Look carefully in the picture below.
Can you identify who is the kidnapper?

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• Looking into the picture can you investigate who stole a toy?

Hint – It’s not the boy

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• A woman was reading in the basement when her husband, thinking the basement was empty, turned off the light. The woman continued reading. There were no lamps or flashlights and the light her husband turned off didn’t come back on.

How was the woman able to read?

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• A girl goes to her mother’s funeral and meets the man of her dreams but she doesn’t get his name or number. Nobody knows who the man is. Three days later the girl kills her own sister. Why?

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• There’s a man lying dead in a telephone booth beside a river. The phone is off the hook, and there is smashed glass on the floor of the phone booth. What happened?

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• After death of a rich old man, his children are surprised to know that he has left all of his money to his oldest son Jacob, who loved him dearly, and ignored his other children, who hated him.

So, the funeral is a day or two later, and the other sons and daughters have decided to kill Jacob and take his inheritance. Since his father’s death, Jacob has taken to drinking, and they know that, at the wake, he’s going to be gulping down the liquor like it was nectar of the gods. So they decide to poison the drinks. One of the other sons, John, tends bar, and gets the poison all ready.

So Jacob comes up, crying and depressed, and orders a scotch on the rocks. John serves him one, and he chugs it down in two seconds. “Give me another.” Jacob gives him a second glass of scotch, which he also drinks in a matter of moments. The other siblings are puzzled…the poison is fast-acting; Jacob should be convulsing on the floor and retching his guts out. Finally, fifteen minutes later, a rather inebriated and very much alive Jimmy orders one last glass of scotch, but as John hands it to him, he changes his mind and leaves, sobbing. The other siblings come over to John, and wonder what’s going on. They talk about what could have gone wrong for a few minutes, and figure the poison’s harmless. So John sips the drink he poured for Jacob, and is pronounced DOA thirty minutes later.

Why did Jacob live ? (He had no immunity to the poison, he didn’t know it was coming, and the poison was obviously deadly.)

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• A taxi driver who is a serial killer kidnaps his passenger and force the passenger to play the game of death with him.
Game: There are two pills in two separate bottles on the table. One of them is harmless and the other one is poisonous. The passenger will choose one pill and the killer need to pick the other pill and both simultaneously will swallow the pill with water.
Every time the passenger dies.
One day driver kidnaps the Sherlock and forces him to play the same game with him.
Sherlock solves the mystery of the two pills and remains alive.
Explain?

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• Five men, whose names are Bob Edison, Tom Stevenson, Marty Brown, Jim Davis, and John Alberts were being questioned by the police for a crime committed in their local golf house.

Other detectives have already investigated, they have questioned the suspects, the witnesses, and people who know the suspects and they have collected physical evidence from the crime scene. They have collected the following 14 clues, but have not been able to solve the crime. Therefore, they have called in the world’s greatest detective: YOU, who must now examine the clues and solve the crime for them and find the culprit.

No two suspects have the same hair colour, weight, height, wife’s first name, or colour shoes.
The suspect who has red hair weighs 140 pounds.
Bob Edison is 5 feet 3 inches tall.
The culprit has a wife named Mary.
The suspect who weighs 150 pounds is not the one who is 5 feet 9 inches tall.
The suspect who has a wife named Pam is not the one who has blonde hair.
Jim Davis was wearing orange shoes.
John Alberts has black hair.
The suspect who has a wife named Betty weighs 200 pounds.
Tom Stevenson weighs 210 pounds.
The suspect who weighs 200 pounds has no hair.
The suspect who has a wife named Cathy weighs 140 pounds.
Marty Brown has brown hair.
The suspect who has black hair has a wife named Mary.
The suspect who has no hair is not the one who was wearing orange shoes.

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• A rather silly car thief stole, without knowing it, the car of the chief of police. The police immediately started an investigation and based on witness depositions, four suspects were arrested that were seen near the car at the time of the crime.

Because the chief of police took the case very seriously, he decided to examine the suspects personally and use the new lie detector of the police station. Each suspect gave three statements during the examinations, which are listed below:

Suspect A:

“In high school, I was in the same class as suspect C.”
“Suspect B has no driving license.”
“The thief didn’t know that it was the car of the chief of police.”
Suspect B:

“Suspect C is the guilty one.”
“Suspect A is not guilty.”
“I never sat behind the wheel of a car.”
Suspect C:

“I never met suspect A until today.”
“Suspect B is innocent.”
“Suspect D is the guilty one.”
Suspect D:

“Suspect C is innocent.”
“I didn’t do it.”
“Suspect A is the guilty one.”
With so many contradicting statements, the chief of police lost track. To make things worse, it appeared that the lie detector did not quite work yet as it should, because the machine only reported that exactly four of the twelve statements were true, but not which ones.

Who is the car thief ?

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