A man was found dead out in a field of snow. The only tracks that were left

Who is it Riddle:Β A man was found dead out in a field of snow. The only tracks that were left was a set of footprints between two parallel lines. Who should the police be looking for?

Answer: If you’re a person love to solve crimes and unsolved mysteries, this question completely according to you. Because the question has more than one answer and “two parallel lines” is the clue for these answers. The question says “the footprints”, these footprints belong to the victim.Β  So, two parallel lines belong to the murderer. Then these correct answers can be;

  • a person with a two-wheeled cart or wheelbarrow
  • a person with a wheelchair
  • a person on skis
  • a person pulling a sled…

 

A very famous chemist was found murdered in his kitchen today

Who is it Riddles: A very famous chemist was found murdered in his kitchen today. The police have narrowed it down to six suspects. They know it was a two man job. Their names: Felice, Maxwell, Archibald, Nicolas, Jordan, and Xavier. A note was also found with the body: ’26-3-58/28-27-57-16′. Who are the killers?

Answer: Some numbers are given in the question. We know that our victim was the chemist. That means these numbers might be related to chemistry. If we look to the periodic table of elements for these numbers correspond to ‘Fe-Li-Ce/Ni-Co-La-S’. Felice and Nicolas are the murderers.

Which family is poor riddle answer

Riddle: Look at the picture. Which family is poor?

Have you thought about which one is poorer? πŸ˜€ Let’s find the answer

Answer:Β  The first family, which one eats the fast food, looks like eats more food. Because of that, you can think it is rich but you’re wrong because the second family eat healthy food and reach healthy food is more expensive than buying a pizza. So, the correct answer is the family eating fast food is poor.

People in room number 13 puzzle

Puzzle:Β  The person in box 13 is in his office chamber. He wants to visit every other person before leaving the office. The only condition is that he doesn’t visit or enter other chambers twice. Crack it. πŸ™‚

Answer: The correct answer is 13 β†’ 14 β†’ 13 β†’ 9 β†’ 10 β†’ 11 β†’ 15 β†’ 16 β†’ 12 β†’ 8 β†’ 7 β†’ 6 β†’ 5 β†’ 1 β†’ 2 β†’ 3 β†’ 4.