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I believe the answer is Because


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I think the missing tile should be: Reason: Reason Update:


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For the last one: For the second one: The link provided by @Duck in the comments gives the answer to the first problem, so all three problems should now be answered.


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I have most of an answer, but I'm stuck at a person rather than a place. I'm sure there is a final step I'm still missing. My partial answer is: So the real clues are: This leads to: Then: Finally: Putting them all together:


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An answer from @Randal'Thor was posted while I prepared this. My (independent) answer is Which I obtained by counting successive diagrams. This is confirmed by the sequence


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The answer is This is a well-known problem called


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My answer is reference


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64 - the number appears to be doubling with each additional point.


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I think this is how to place the pigs Deusovi mentioned correctly in the comments that determining the final answer has to do with Furthermore, as determined by Luke Bickell in the comments, applying the logic that The grid reads


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Just some small findings of mine: Denver's first could also be Hope this helps!


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Still working on some of the clues, but I may have a lead on some. Don't get sidetracked - this is probably Denver's first Don't get side tracked This is probably Denver's first More thoughts on this clue... Name the cartoon bear that loved honey. Do you remember him, or at least where he likes to sleep? In the woods! Of course. A big cat roams ...


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I think this location is in: Was here on holiday a few years back, not sure the flower part yet


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This place is OP EDIT: This is a close up image of the place:


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Admittedly, I've already spoiled myself by looking at Omega Krypton's "solution", but here's one plausible method to find it legitimately: OP also indicated that there was a second meaning to the title. Well, even after finding the solution (sorta) legitimately, I still don't have any idea what else it could mean. Some thoughts:


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It's See Google Maps: How I found this:


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So I hadn't realized that


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Just a visual cue of Gareth's answer


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We need this (modulo any careless mistakes I've made): Explanation:


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The place you are looking for is aka Wikipedia Page


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Partial answer:


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Partial: #3 is Which I found with a bit of guesswork and hints from other answers.


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Continuing from Birjolaxew's discovery of 1 is 2 is 3 is 4 is 5 is 6 is 7 is So the connection is,


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Partial answer:


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To me, the first thought that came to mind I looked at Google Maps and found Not sure what else you need for a solution but will add if necessary


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I should get no credit for this to speak of, since other people already had all the actual ideas, but I am pretty sure this is


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A few suggestions, if you will. I have two ways to attempt solving this puzzle. I'll let you do the work, so you can take the credit if it ends up right Since the first/last letters don't make sense to me (just opinion), let's deviate from the "norm" of immediately assuming each 'Mon directly correlates to a letter. Idea #1: Let's go off of the types ...


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Appears to be My best guess is


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Partial Answer: (though quite obvious)


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Assuming we can go only right and/or up, my answer is (as @SayedMohdAli's answer) which was produced by this C code #include <stdio.h> #define MINGRID 2 #define MAXGRID 7 int grid; int paths; void recur(int x, int y) { if(x == grid - 1 && y == grid - 1) { paths++; } else if(x < grid && y < grid) { ...


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I believe that we are looking at the I guess the reason is that I've been there and I've seen many pictures of it? I don't know how to really answer that part.


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My answer is below


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In a crude mathematical induction applied, I can And hence with


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This does it: With the 'finishes when have covered all squares' clarification.


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I believe this is the answer :


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The answer is: Because: And then:


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The following is my somewhat crazy interpretation of the rebus, which is either correct or way off: First image: Second image: Third image: First image inside parentheses: Second image inside parentheses: Putting it all together:


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Text solution: And the trackless creature is


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On the face of it, this seems too easy... I presume I'm missing something, but I'll spring the trap for everyone! I suppose the next stage is to use the answer key: Very cool puzzle! Thanks


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I believe the solution is: Small explanation: And the secret word is:


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@hexomino already answered the question but I will explain to you what happened... it is riddle of picture, visual riddle so you need to use visual clues and IQ to solve it and not stories. whatever I am mentioning is based on visual clues in the picture. our prime suspect is 1, 2, 3 and 4... Suspect 3: Suspect 1 Suspect 4: The fourth person i.e. the ...


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Unfortunately this is an old puzzle from Gpuzzles https://www.gpuzzles.com/brain-questions/mystery-puzzles-and-riddles/latest/2


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I think it's probably For a few reasons


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I think the answer is:


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I think: Because:


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My answer:


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The answer could be:


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The painting is missing It's clearly titled. Take your painting home and enjoy the new frame.


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My solution: My reasoning:


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