Thursday Super Sleuth Challenge Answer – Criminally Crazy Successes

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Hey, Super Sleuths! It’s Thursday and time for our Super Sleuth Challenge Answer. Before we review the Criminally Crazy Successes, we have several prize announcements from my blog this week.

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This Week’s Prize Patrol Announces:

The Super Sleuth of the Month For April is Shannon! Congratulations! You will receive an email from me in the next week to find the information where to send your free copy of Dani Pettrey’s new book Silenced and a $10 Amazon Gift Card.

Our Bunny Slippers Winner from the Kleenex Party is Rachel Britz! Congratulations! Please email or Facebook me your slipper size and be ready for some oh-so-cute bunny slippers.

Our Brainstorming Session Winner from the Kleenex Party is Liz Johnson! Congratulations! Please email or Facebook me and we can figure out a time to talk story.

Our Cold Stone Creamery Winner from the Kleenex Party is Mindy Peltier! Congratulations! Please email or Facebook me your address so I can mail your gift card.

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Stay Tuned Tomorrow For An Inside Scoop:

What’s It like to be a Spook

With My Guest Joseph Courtemanche!

Joseph Courtemanche is a former Police Officer and certified Middle East, North Africa analyst. He is a distinguished veteran of the Naval Security Group of the United States Navy and is an Arabic linguist with training at The University of Minnesota and The Defense Language Institute (Honors Graduate.) His linguistic and intelligence experience include multiple deployments to surface, submarine, and land based intelligence collection platforms. Joseph holds several military awards including two flag letters of commendation for his work in providing real-time intelligence support to commanders in the field.

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Finally, the Super Sleuth Answer You Have All Been Waiting For!

By the way, our Super Sleuth Prize Winner for the Month of May will win a copy of Stolen Memories by Liz Johnson and a $10 Amazon Gift Card. The Super Sleuth with the most correct answers to the challenges throughout the month will be named the Super Sleuth of the month.

Which of the Following Criminal Jailbreaks Are Real?

A.  Ten Minute Explosive Breakout. Six men drove up to the front gate of a prison in fake police cars, police uniforms, and ski masks. Some of the men fired AK 47s at the two to guard towers. The others took out the front gate with rocket-propelled grenade launchers. Meanwhile, the prisoner blew open his cell door with a stick of dynamite.

B. Mom’s 18 Wheel Genius. In broad daylight an inmate’s friend drove his 18-wheel truck through four prison gates. The inmate’s mother followed in her Cutlass Supreme to pick him up. They used a shotgun to shoot at the guards and all piled into the Cutlass to escape.

C. Perfect Fly Zone. Discovering that the prison where a friend was being held had an open sky area, some friends stole a helicopter. Dropping it in to pick up their buddy and take off.

D. All of the Above.

Can you believe how savvy and crazy some of these plans were, but yet they found great success? To read more about these and other amazing prison escapes click here.

The most I have ever broken out of in my life is that crazy bathroom stall that just will not budge. How about you?

What is the craziest break out story of your life? (Hives, detention, duct tape, etc.)

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About Michelle Lim

Author Michelle Lim is the Brainstorming/Huddle Coach with My Book Therapy Press and the Midwest Zone Director for American Christian Fiction Writers. Michelle’s romantic suspense is represented by Karen Solem of Spencillhill Associates and has gained contest recognition in the Frasier, the Genesis, and the Phoenix Rattler, winning the Genesis in 2015 for her genre. Michelle writes devotionals for The Christian Pulse Online Magazine and Putting On The New. Since her nonfiction book release, Idea Sparking: How To Brainstorm Conflict In Your Novel, through public speaking and online chats Michelle helps writers discover the revolutionary power of brainstorming to bring new life to their stories.

2 thoughts on “Thursday Super Sleuth Challenge Answer – Criminally Crazy Successes

  1. dtopliff says:

    Because one of my favorite teachers said I was talking too much as we walked 2 miles on a field trip, he told me to return to school ahead of the others and write 500 words about talking less on school walks. I reached school and wrote something like, “I should talk less on walks and I have a little puppy (I didn’t) who says bow, wow, wow, wow, wow, etc. for 500 words. He never said anything else about it.

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