13 Sherlock Holmes Riddles That Will Test How Bright You Are

Only 1/3 of murders that happen in the U.S. are solved and recent data shows that crimes are less likely to be cleared in the U.K. It looks like the world needs a master of observation, logical reasoning, and intuition: a Sherlock Holmes 2.0. Care to give it a try?

smartzune.com has put together 13 short riddles to put your brain to the test so that you can try to prove that you could become Sherlock Holmes 2.0. And to avoid cheating: You’ll find all the answers at the end of the article!

1. Bad Intentions

Bad Intentions is the debut extended play (EP) by American singer-songwriter Niykee Heaton. It was released on September 23, 2014, in the United States and Canada by All Def Digital in partnership with Awesomeness Music. In 2011, Heaton began recording covers of contemporary pop, R&B, and hip-hop hits and uploading them to YouTube, the clips raised Heaton’s profile, helping her gain notice in the music industry. The viral videos lead to numerous meetings with several record labels before signing a deal with Steve Rifkind and Russell Simmons’s Capitol-affiliate All Def digital label in 2014.

A contemporary pop and R&B extended play, Bad Intentions takes influence from various music styles, and includes club, ballads, somber and mid-tempos cuts, with lyrics that touch upon themes of relationships with both partners and family members. Upon release,

13 Sherlock Holmes Riddles That Will Test How Bright You Are

A woman invited her friend home for dinner. She made a meal of mashed potatoes and roast beef. For dessert, she cut an apple in halves and offered her friend one half along with some whipped cream on the side, and put the rest of the cream in a separate bowl. She then ate her piece of the same apple.Bad Intentions received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who praised Heaton’s vocals adding cohesiveness to the project. The extended play received mild commercial success peaking at number thirty-eight on the US Billboard 200, despite having no

The friend died of poisoning, but the host survived despite eating from the same apple. How is that possible?