Hello, Super Sleuths! We are back on Who Done It Wednesday with more Super Sleuth Challenges in March. For those of you who are new, your goal is to guess the right answer the most times on Wednesday’s Super Sleuth Challenge throughout the month.
The person with the most correct answers this month will be awarded a copy of Colleen Coble’s Butterfly Palace and a $10 Amazon Gift Card. If there is a tie for the most correct answers, I will draw a winner from those names.
Are you feeling sleuthy?
Criminals sometimes commit the zaniest crimes. As they say, the truth is stranger than fiction. Probably because if we wrote something that strange our editors would say, “AH, No way. No way it could happen.”
Which of the following crimes is Weirdly False? (Yes, the rest are weirdly true!)
1. A man in Chicago is charged with various misdemeanors after bringing his pet tiger into a bar with him. (It was on a leash.) This was his second time doing this after the first time resulted in a woman being bit, but not pressing charges.
2. A woman in Dallas is caught stealing rolls of toilet paper from local gas stations. She is charged with misdemeanor theft and will have to serve prison time. All over a few rolls of Charmin.
3. A woman spent a night jail for a movie rental that was five years overdue, even though the business she rented it from was no longer in existence.
4. Lunch lady is arrested over a dispute about burnt cookies. When told she would need to make new ones she told the school nurse she had a hit list and would bring an AK-47 to school and take people out who asked her to bake them again.
Who said people aren’t crazy?!
So what do you think?