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  • fedemon fedemon

    Well, well. What an intriguing scenario.

    Please, allow me to strike first! I have a feeling this won't be enough to topple this mystery, but I'm still curious to try this theory of mine out.

    The culprit is Leraz!

    The motive is quite simple: the unfortunate bystander girl who was tragically shot by Naito was none other than his sister. He claims to be an only child now, but that's because he lost his only sister. His parents moved away because of the accident, which is why he now lives alone.

    His purpose was, of course, to get revenge. Being a teacher, he knew Naito's sister attended that particular high school. And so, he decided to go after young schoolgirls of her age, killing them one by one, until he saw that his intended target had been assigned to the case. Then, he started leaving taunting messages, to further stress him out, before finally striking at his true target: Naito's sister.

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Perhaps some scientific wizardry will do the trick. After all, what better method for a scientist to steal an engine?

    The Argos Engine replica inside the glass case was made of a higly flammable material! Moreover, inside it was some highly volatile substance that was rigged to catch fire at the slightest impact.

    The culprit waited for the blackout to happen, then kicked the stand to trigger the fire. The Argos replica was consumed in a burst of flame, which the culprit hid from view by covering the glass case with a cloth of some kind, such as a coat. The card had been encased in ice inside the replica, so the ice was melted leaving only it behind. Every other trace either burned away or fell into the small ventilation holes.

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Roses are red

    Violets are blue

    -=The cube is a hologram

    The culprit is Schultz
    =-

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Roses are red

    Violets are blue

    The cube is a hologram

    The culprit is Schultz

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Roses are red

    Violets are blue

    The cube is a hologram

    The culprit is Schultz

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Roses are red

    Violets are blue

    The cube is a hologram

    The culprit is Schultz

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  • fedemon fedemon

    The witch looks on with a somber expression. The end is nigh. Only a last, feeble line of defense separates the ruthless detectives from exposing the truth.

    If the culprit had taken any clearly suspicious movements, such as surreptitiously swallowing something, it would have been noticed by Kelsie and the others.

    How would you suggest they managed to pull it off without arousing suspicion?

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Swayed by the efforts of the detectives, Uncle Bark bestows you a blessing.

    Defamed_Seaborg_Unredacted.pdf

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  • fedemon fedemon

    If Mr.Pointy Error had displayed such an evidently suspicious mark at dinnertime, it would have been noticed by Kelsie. Of course, nothing on his person was covering his neck- including clothes or make-up.

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  • fedemon fedemon

    Let's just include an insect sting in the definition of "not mistaking a puncture wound for something else". A puncture wound being left specifically by a syringe-like puncturing tool.

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