# Who's the next target?

Kenny's a serial killer and he likes to play games. To make his killing spree more interesting, he leaves clues for the detectives on his next victim. One day, the police station received a message as below:

  Kenny: ";9;9;jlk "

Kenny: "l l"


The police were able to immediately trace where the message was coming from and went to the source destination. Upon arrival, they saw nothing special but a grand piano with Beethoven's music sheets.

Who's the next target?

It's Elise. With cup-size "double d" :D

/edit: Second thought: it could be Elise's Dad :|

Explanation: one of the most famous play from beethoven is "For Elise". It starts with the following:

First message from Kenny are the starting notes. Regarding the second message and combining the notes, [L L] results in "DAD".

• That was quick. :D – Mc Kevin Feb 6 '15 at 9:53
• Just for curiosity: is it elise herself or her dad? just wondering about that second "l l". – Volker Weber Feb 6 '15 at 9:56
• Kenny was supposed to be killing his own dad, but I guess I didn't manage the variable very well. :/ The purpose of the first clue is to "map" the keys – Mc Kevin Feb 6 '15 at 9:58
• am I the only one who doesn't get where did Elise, double D and her dad came from? – Novarg Feb 6 '15 at 10:24
• @novarg: I added an explanation. – Volker Weber Feb 6 '15 at 10:48