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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Puzzling Wednesday 09/20/17

This week I started and finished another Clue Mystery Puzzle.  It is my second one and as this one was a bit more enjoyable than the first!

In this one Mr. Black (who I never heard of in the game Clue) loaned out money to each of the other six people and it was the day for payback! They all gathered at his home to see a special rare rainbow. Before the rainbow though they were having drinks and playing croquet on the lawn and Mr. Black excuses himself to record his observations about the rainbow.

The Color of Murder
Clue, A Mystery Puzzle
Milton Bradley

This first picture is the picture of the box top 

and this is the solution which reveals the murderer
 
Piece Count - 500
Size 14 x 20
Used Puzzle
First Piece - 09/14/17
Last Piece - 09/17/17

Well there you go...almost clear as mud right! Ha ha I thought it might be Professor Plum because of all the purple things on the desk and he is the murderer but they solved it by looking at the croquet balls on the desk. The red ball and the blue ball mixed together make purple which is how they arrived at Professor Plum.

It was quick to put together and now on to another!

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5 comments:

Linda said...

Another neat puzzle Faith.

Linda

RJ said...

You amaze me how quickly you get these puzzles put together, Faith. So sorry I have not been around lately...power was out because of Irma and then the power came back but the internet continued being down. RJ

Lili said...

This puzzle is really cool!Great job, Faith!

Goofin' Off Around the Block said...

Faith, I've never heard of the Club puzzles. I will definitely have to check them out. My hubby does a lot of puzzles during the winter...and we always do a group one on New Year's Eve. It looks like a lot of fun. Andrea

Brigitte said...

It's incredible how many different kinds of puzzles there are nowadays. Not to compare with what was out there when I was young.