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Milander

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Posted by Milander on 22 April 2007 - 11:44 PM

Too easy and this puzzle has been around for simply ages in other forms. One of those involving windows in a house. Might interest you to know that David Eddings has use this puzzle in yet another format in book 2 (I think) of his Belgariad series of novels..


Here is another poser for you though:

A man is discovered dead in a phone box, the phone is hanging off the receiver and there are two holes in the glass to the right and left of him. There is no evidence of foul play. How did the man die?

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He was explaining to a friend the size of a fish he'd caught, cut his wrists on the glass... nuff said you got it I'm sure
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