A man's body is found in a Highschool. He was found in an office with a book in his hands. He was stabbed. The book was opened to the last page of Frankenstein. The police figured out the murdered man's clue and arrested the correct killer who confessed. What you need to figure out is...
1. Who killed him
2. Why he was killed
3. What was the clue found in the book.
Yes or No questions. remember? however, what grade he is in is irrelevant.
whoops my bad.
Was the book a library book?
was the book a library book? no.
and to fix a messup from the other question... Ill have to say that the man found dead is not in highschool. so hes not in a grade.
oh lol wow. kk.
Did anyone see her die besides teh killer and herself/
A MAN is dead, not a woman. as for did anyone see her die other htan the killer? no.
Was the weapon a blade?
he was stabbed... so yes lol.
in regards to the clue that was left by the dead man, yes.
other than the pages of the book itself, no.
Danmit. Would it be possible for me to read th frankenstein book in real life and figure out the mystery from there?
In other words is the mystery unsolveable if i havnt read teh book?
the mystery IS SOLVEABLE, EVEN IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE BOOK.
yes, he was killed for "an action he took." however, im going to bed tonight. so go ahead and ask more, ill answer them tomorrow.
was teh murder commited at school? yes.
whether or not the book was a library book is irrelevant. as for your second question... its not a yes or not question lol nor is it specific? what person are you refering to? the dead person or the killer?
then ill help you out Havy. Was the killer Female? No. Was the killer Male? Yes.
Did anyone see him die besides teh killer and himself?
i know jjj asked this but Nate did a play on words lemme see what the answer is for this (cause jjj used "her" and "herself")
oh man, i didnt see that. sorry for the mix up solostrike. no, noone saw the murder take place, except the murderer and the murderee. lol
the victim saw his own death? sort of lol he knew he was being attacked. as for a mirror...no.
and was there blood in the book? no. just a trail of blood.
was the body found near the entrance of the highschool? no. is the location relevant? yes.
wow thats a lot of questions. lol but since not many are playing im fine with it.
was he found in the cafeteria? no
was he found near a locker? yes and no
was he found in a locker? no
inside a classroom? no
was he killed with somethin from the school? no
was he killed in the school? yes.
did the victim work at the school? sort of.
could the victim read? yes
was the knife found? irrelevant really.
no to both your questions. ill give you all a hint. you get three hints per case.
the victim was a student.
second hint please?
Did the killer work at the school?
Did the victim write anything in the book? no
Does the trail of blood you mentioned earlier lead anywhere? it leads to the dead body lol. the trail starts in the gym locker room though. so, to mention a previous question, it happened near lockers. but not right next to them necessarily. however, forget about lockers, they are irrelevant.
was the killer a superintendant? no
did the killer work "AT" the school? sometimes. but he didnt work "FOR" the school.
was the victim found naked? irrelevant really
were the victims clothes wet? irrelevant, other than his own blood i guess, but thats not important either.
was there anything on the victims body that could identify the killer? just the book turned to the Last Page.
did the killer hold a white collar/Blue collar job? ill go ahead and say he was doing illegal activities.
did the killer animate dead bodies from body parts? gross! lol no i dont think so.
Is the killer employed at the school?
You guys pretty much have the same thing but octobers is clearer.
Oh.. I get you. You've got it.
WOW, ALOT HAS OCCURED SINCE I LAST LOGGED ON LOL... HERE ARE MY ANSWERS TO EACH OF THE QUESTIONS AND GUESSES...
"does anything in the case have to do with the book "frankenstein", what I mean by that is, would it make a difference if it was the last page of... the bible, or the Davinci code?"
Answer: the book of Frankenstein is not necessarily important. Most every book has this on the last page.
Is the killer employed at the school?No, the killer is not employed by the school. however, he does conduct "business" at the school.
was the killers name Frank?No, the killer's name is not frank.
did the person kill himself.no, the person was murdered by another person.
the dead man is the Killer, the victim is a student, who killed the killer for trying to kill him. perhaps he wrote a message in the book after killing the man, in the blanc page at the back of the book, to say what had happened.is that even close? or am I way off?I have no idea if you are way off or not. lol i dont understand it.
A student killed the man, because he attacked him, the clue in the book was the name of the student.I think ... fingers crossed.
a student did not kill another man. you have it backwards lol
1. The boy was the killer, as he committed suicide.
No.2. He killed himself because he was sad about the book.
no.3. His name was at the back of the book. Maybe Frank.
the killer is a student from the schoolno2. the man was Killed because he tried to Attack the Student (the student retaliated and stabed him)no 3. the dead mans clue was the book belonging to the student, which had the students name in the back of it.
But the victim who got killed was a student, not a man.not correct. the "victim" was not a student.
Now, apparently there is some confusion so ill list the facts as we know them right now...
1. The dead person is NOT a student.
2. the book, Frankenstein, is not important. the last page of the book IS important.
3. The dead person, who is NOT a student, was stabbed. He then crawled from the locker room somewhere else.
4. It did happen in the school. the stabbing that is.
5. What he was wearing is not important.
There are other facts, but lets run with these for now. till i get more time.
what does the last page of any book, atleast most, have?
If the victim is in a locker room, who could he be talking to?
"If the victim is in a locker room, who could he be talking to?"
"A man's body is found in a Highschool. He was found in an office with a book in his hands. "
I am confused
the victim was stabbed in the locker room. he crawled to an office and died there.
THE BOOK IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE THE DEAD PERSON IS TRYING TO POINT OUT "THE END". NOW, PUT THAT TOGETHER WITH WHAT KIND OF PERSON WOULD BE HANGING OUT IN A LOCKER ROOM. MAYBE AN ATHELETE?
Then, later, you say to clear things up, the dead person is not a student. So unless the victim and dead person are different people, which makes no rational sense whatsoever, I'm pretty confused. I'm out!
MY DEEPEST APOLOGIES TO EVERYONE. OVER THE COURSE OF THIS CASE I DID START GETTING SOME FACTS MIXED UP AND WAS UNABLE TO SALVAGE IT. SCHOOL, AMONG OTHER THINGS, CAUSED ME TO NOT THINK CLEARLY. THIS CASE IS NOW CLOSED. MAYBE WHEN THINGS SLOW DOWN FOR ME ILL TRY ANOTHER ONE.
ok, well heres the whole story...
a boy on the highschool football team was confronted by someone who regularly dealt illegal drugs (steriods) to the team players. the football player, the tight end, ends up killing the drug dealer when the drug dealer wants to raise prices. the tight end stabs teh man and runs. the drug dealer is still alive however and crawls to the coaches office where he pulls down a book. on the last page is The End. hence, The Tight End. anything else?
the question is, does anyone want another one of these?
ill try to figure out another one then. new one coming soon.