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Solve a murder
#1
Ok solve this, don't worry about the part at the bottom about the description , it referrers to FB.

Post your answer and why.

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#2
Red car
House a
Bloody windscreen
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#3
c, no car its been burnt out
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#4
Section 10 warrants for the three houses. Job done.
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#5
The man was shot as the train was going past. House A would have been obstructed from the other two as the train passed. He was then dragged by the train before coming dislodged 2 miles away?
When you think about it, an unhinged ferris wheel rolling towards the sea, is just a windmill full of corpses.
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#6
Col. Mustard in the drawing room with the candlestick.......oh wrong game


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#7
House C.
Car hasn't moved in House A.
Car in house B was driven but hasn't been driven out.
Wheel tracks in house C but no car meaning car was driven away but not returned.

Or alternatively, it could have been the second shooter on the grassy knoll that did it....
The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are filled with doubts while the stupid people are full of confidence...
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#8
Answer. House A.

Reason: No one saw or heard anything. Correct assumption that the man was shot as the train was passing. House A was blocked from house B and C by the train so the muzzle flash went unseen also the noise of the train drowned out the sound.
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#9
What?! It could have been house B or C if the person in the house next door was watching TV or sleeping or otherwise not looking outside at the time of the murder. The answer makes a completely unreasonable assumption. This is why I'm not on Facebook.
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(30-10-2015, 12:16 AM)Blackbolt Wrote: Answer. House A.

Reason: No one saw or heard anything. Correct assumption that the man was shot as the train was passing. House A was blocked from house B and C by the train so the muzzle flash went unseen also the noise of the train drowned out the sound.

Says Columbo!
The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are filled with doubts while the stupid people are full of confidence...
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#11
I'll make branch yet :-)
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#12
(30-10-2015, 11:28 AM)jmcd432 Wrote: I'll make branch yet :-)
At the moment youre a snapped twig eh

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(30-10-2015, 07:58 PM)EMTeabreak Wrote:
(30-10-2015, 11:28 AM)jmcd432 Wrote: I'll make branch yet :-)
At the moment youre a snapped twig eh

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Ohh thats a bit harsh and unthoughtful of you Teabreak.




















His branch is fine but one of the tree limbs has a bit of dry rot 22
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