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poorshooter - 08:20am Mar 18, 2005 PST(#34 of 41)

im sure you dont want me to spoil your fun by giving the answer, dont you stevie B? ;p

Stevie B - 09:21am Mar 18, 2005 PST(#35 of 41)
"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

S'k, finally got through it... talk about getting the wrong end of the stick!!!

Kathy LaJoice - 11:06pm Apr 3, 2005 PST(#36 of 41)

Hi! I love Mystery Puzzles, but am totally upset by one I just put together. I purchased it Second Hand... stupidly believing that the "All Pieces Here" sticker was true. I am missing about three pieces, which is not vital, but I believe the wrong puzzle was put into this box. It is a CLUE MYSTERY PUZZLE called "Diamonds Can Be Deadly". My husband and I guessed at the culprit, because we could not really relate the included story to what the completed puzzle looked like. If anyone could tell me what the puzzle for this story looks like, I'd be very grateful. When we read the Solution, it mentioned a pile of coins...there is no pile of coins on this puzzle. Instead there is a Desk. On it a gold phone, picture of Ms. Scarlett, food item on a plate, crystal glass, books,(one about Peacocks) playing cards, a Gold Pen Set, a blue and white cup, passport, travel brochure, and air line tickets. There are Peacock feathers to the left of it, coming out of planter, a deer head on the wall, wearing a baseball cap that says "Ponies", a brown book shelf with items on it, and what looks to be a crystal ball on a table with a gold cloth. Can anyone tell me what puzzle THIS one is???? Again, any help would be greatly appreciated, and would put an end to my utter frustration. Thanks

justin butler - 11:16am May 11, 2005 PST(#37 of 41)

there are no games on this website? why!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Stevie B - 11:29am May 11, 2005 PST(#38 of 41)
"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

There are games - Post and Go for silly games, and Post and Solve for puzzles. If you go to Teasers by Members, there are a lot of different sorts of puzzles, and if you go to the home page, there are a few mysteries to solve.


Doug Alveres - 07:09am Nov 1, 2006 PST(#39 of 41)

I am trying to solve a mystery relating to the amazing race on CBS. here's the website the puzzle starts on:

any help would be great! thanks!

beverly brown - 12:03am Jun 4, 2008 PST(#40 of 41)

has anyone joined as of june 1, 2008?

Fran Hinkel - 03:27am Jul 20, 2008 PST(#41 of 41)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

We have lots of new "faces" around. The website is so big though that it is sometimes hard to bump into them! I'd say that interest in this topic has waned.

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