A Detective reviewed the information they had on the case so far.
A lady named 'Caterina' was found shot and they already had a list of suspects - Ankit, Tarun, Harish, Manoj and Manish.
The killer is a fan of challenges him by leaving notes ad various places.
* The first was found in a toilet room.
* The second was found in an art room.
* The third was in a restroom.
* the fourth in an underwater room.
* The fifth at the no-smoking room.
All of the notes read the same thing, 'The clues are where you find the notes.' Yet, nothing was found at any place the notes were.
Detective the genius, immediately solved the case.
Who was the killer?
Can anyone tell me a word in the English dictionary which has a silent 'z'?
It's a protector.
It sits on a bridge.
One individual can see directly through it, while others wonder what it hides.
What is it?
Can you solve the below algebraic mathematical equation?
(J+O+I+N+T)3 = JOINT
In case you were starting to feel confident, this one was meant for third graders in Vietnam. The answer is 66, but we don't blame you for scratching your head about how they got there.
Replace the question mark with the correct number in the below-given picture?
If two's company, and three's a crowd, then whats four and five ?
How can you leave a room with two legs and return with six legs?
Can you find the ages of a son, father and grandfather based on the following facts?
The sum of the ages of grandfather, father and son is 140 years.
The age of the son in months is the same as the grandfather in years.
The age of the son in days is the same as the father in weeks.
When Jack was six years old he hammered a nail into his favourite tree to mark his height. Ten years later at age sixteen, Jack returned to see how much higher the nail was. If the tree grew by five centimetres each year, how much higher would the nail be?
Complete the given grid with valid words. You can only use the letters AAEEIIMMPPTT.
Hint: The grid reads the same across as down.
In 2007, a puzzle was released and $2 million prizes were offered for the first complete solution. The competition ended at noon on 31 December 2010, with no solution being found. Wiki