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Get-a-Clue: Daily Mystery
 
Discuss the Get-a-Clue daily mystery.

So people know which Get-a-Clue you are discussing, please include the title and date of the puzzle you are referring to. Have fun!



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Vonda P - 07:01am Jul 17, 2002 PST(#27 of 515)

"A Meticulous Killer"   by Hy Conrad   7/17 This story about the blood print on the light switch sounds very familiar. I'm sure I've read it on Mystery Net about 2-3 years ago. Was it a re-cycle or a copy? Does anybody remember?


Fran Hinkel - 08:02am Jul 17, 2002 PST(#28 of 515)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Vonda, since we have so many new members, we are running them again so new people can also enjoy them. Thanks for your faithfulness!


Fran Hinkel - 10:16am Jul 22, 2002 PST(#29 of 515)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

"All Fired Up" - icky! Good story though, lol.


Leslie Thompson - 01:36pm Jul 22, 2002 PST(#30 of 515)
"If you ever find happiness by searching for it, you will find it as the old women did her spectacles, safe on her nose all the time."

Hey Fran, do you remember me?


Fran Hinkel - 05:54am Jul 23, 2002 PST(#31 of 515)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Hi Leslie! Of course I remember you! Good to see you again! I hope you drop by the Social Lounge to say hello and tell us how you've been.


Derek O'Sullivan - 10:36am Jul 25, 2002 PST(#32 of 515)

The Coma Man 7/25 He could not have been told about the fall of communism, as no one knew it would happen back in 1988.


Green Hornet - 08:44am Jul 27, 2002 PST(#33 of 515)
Oh, the huge manatee!

True, Derek, but the agents were BLUFFING, to make him believe that he was out of a job and could break his code of silence. I think this mystery was a variation of the short story "Beware Of Dog".


Phil Cleveland - 03:26pm Aug 5, 2002 PST(#34 of 515)

Disappearing Diamond was done on a Remington Steele episode.


deercreek - 05:58pm Aug 9, 2002 PST(#35 of 515)

I was knocked out. So now do I get the blue medallion?


Kristy Bayles - 08:31am Aug 10, 2002 PST(#36 of 515)

storm Damage8/10 This story was cool


Fran Hinkel - 11:27am Sep 3, 2002 PST(#37 of 515)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

9/3 - The Office Party - I admit I got stumped on this one!


komoda dragon - 04:19pm Sep 9, 2002 PST(#38 of 515)

Garden grow. If Sir Cecil broke the trellis as well as his head, why did the servants say "nothing unusual?"


Stevie B - 11:58pm Sep 17, 2002 PST(#39 of 515)
"If you put an infinite number of apes in front of an infinite number of computers, you get a pretty good idea of what internet chat rooms can be like" - Stevie B

In the Get-a-clue episode "Gilda Shoots Lance", what has Pauline getting a phonecall telling her to get out of the house got to do with the puzzle?


Dramaticat - 06:08am Sep 18, 2002 PST(#40 of 515)
"These little grey cells - it is up to them" - H. Poirot

Nothing as far as I can see. Think it's a mistake.


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