I am trying to improve my logical thinking and I came across this puzzle problem. I need some help solving the puzzle below.
Two weeks ago, four enthusiasts made sightings of objects in the sky in their neighborhood. Each of the four reported his or her sightings on a different day. The FBI came and was able to give each person a different explanation of what he or she had "really" seen. Can you determine the day (Tuesday through Friday) each person sighted the object, as well as the object that it turned out to be?
- Mr. K made his sighting at some point earlier in the week than the one who saw the balloon, but at some point later in the week than the one who spotted the kite (who isn't Ms. G).
- Friday's sighting was made by either Ms. Barn or the one who saw a plane (or both).
- Mr. Nik did not make his sighting on Tuesday.
- Mr. K isn't the one whose object turned out to be a telephone pole.
I am trying to figure out the logic behind this problem. Can someone help me think logically about the solution?