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Name of Detective you work for: Dupin

Name of street where crime happened: Morgue *


Relationship of the second woman to the first: Daughter
Where was the fatal injury: Throat
Where was Camilla's body hidden: Chimney
Brought the Gendarme his baton and what else: Handcuffs
What evidence did you find of the gang of vandals: Cap
What do you use at crimes to keep from leaving prints: Gloves
What has Dupin set up to research evidence: Laboratory I know you found letters from M
L'Espanaye's cast-off lover in her apt. What was in them?" Intimdation
Where did the banker lose the safe deposit keys: Laundry
What was found immediately, apart from the murder weapon: Money
Where was the 2nd Safe Deposit Box key found: Crime scene
What helped you find the Cabdriver........Horseshoe
What kind of coins were found at the Crime Scene......Silver
What kind of weapon did the killer use? Razor
According to the postman, one of the men was a Frenchman. What was the second
one? Foreigner
So then you decided to investigate the victims' bodies. But you had to get something from the mayor
first. What was it? Permission
What other than the murder weapon did you find at the crime scene right away? Money
I've heard our local banker is participating in your investigation. Where did he leave Madame
L'Espanaye's safe deposit box key? Laundry
As I understand it, you need two keys to open a safe deposit box. Where did you find the second
key? Crime Scene
You found the cab driver who gave a ride to Madam L'Espanaye that terrible day. What clue helped
you? Horseshoe
What else did the surgeon use during his examination? Magnifying glass,
When you examined the scene again, what did you find? Red hair
Where did you find the poster with the picture of the criminal ?Gendarmery
Caf owner asks you to bring something first: Window glass
What did the criminals leave behind ? Bag
What did you find in the criminal's bag?Silver spoon
Where did the brick lead you to? Mill
. I know that a large sum of money -in coins- was found at the crime scene. What kind of coins were
they? Silver
2. So, where did the cab driver take Madame L'Espanaye after she visited the bank? Forge
3. Madame L'Espanaye was certainly busy that day! Where did she go after visiting the
forge? Atelier
4. Detective, I heard from the seamstress that Madame L'Espanaye met up with another woman.
What happened between them? Quarrel
5. You think the woman who Madame L'Espanaye quarreled with was her daughter...What clue did
you find in the atelier to make you think this? Raincoat
1. Mademoiselle L'Espanaye was preparing for a very important event in her life. What was
it? Wedding
2. People are saying you found a weapon in Mademoiselle L'Espanaye's apartment. What was

that? Big Gun


3. I know that you found letters from Mademoiselle L'Espanaye's cast-off lover in her apartment.
What was in them? Intimidation
So Lonce Perre did not kill Madame LEspanaye and her daughter. His alibi was confirmed by a
woman who did not want to testify in court because of certain responsibilities. Exactly what kind of
responsibilities:marriage
I hear you also found the order to make a large amount of silver goods in the forge. What kind of
item was the order for: Candlestick
In the hotel, you found a book about the country where the suspect Lonce Perre wanted to go.
What country was it: Argentina
I know you also found some property of Lonce Perre in the port. What exactly did you find: Chest
I heard that Monsieur Dupin found out where Lonce Perre was hiding. Where did the gendarmes
find him: Cemetary (a is used instead of an e)
My source tells me that you found Madame LEspanayes second purse, but it was empty. Where did
you find it: Forge
1. What did you find in the junkman's house while trying to find Mademoiselle L'Espanaye's
chaser? Newspaper
2. The person who wrote the threatening letters to Mademoiselle L'Espanaye was killed.
Where? War

What animal is the narrowest street in Pairs named after: Cat


French writer hated the Eiffel Tower, but ate there every day:Maupassant **
Paris is widely known as the city of: Light
How did citizens send letters during the siege on Paris: Aerostat ***
What animals were stolen from the Paris Zoo during the siege:Elephants
Which museum is in a former 19th century railway station: d'Orsay
Who's design kept Paris' streets from being chaotic: Haussmann ****
Carre (about French scientist who invented refrigeration)
Plombieres (about ice cream)
Gastronomy (about Berchoux)
I think the answer to the mail delivery question was "aerostat"
Childlessness (Bonaparte's divorce)
White (fashionable colour)
Caleche (large hoop hood)
Muff (winter outwear accessory)
Pineapple (Josephine's bags)
What animal did Napoleon Bonaparte fear most? Cat
Whose skull did Napoleon use to make a cup? Cagliostro
Which military rank did Napoleon Bonaparte earn at 24? General
What title did Napoleon receive at 34? Emperor
Which Frenchman invented the modern flag of Italy? Napoleon
France presented the Statue of Liberty to the United States in honor of which event? Revolution
How many hours a day did Napoleon Bonaparte sleep? Four
What worried Napoleon most about his appearance? Height
What is the famous symbol of France? Rooster
What is the practical use of the gargoyles on Notre Dame de Paris?Drainpipe

"Which artistic district in Paris was formerly considered the quietest that is now one of the most
crowded?" and "What is the highest point in Paris?" Funny, they both had the exact same
answer: MONTMARTRE
Restoration (of Bourbons. Historical period in France after the reign of Napoleon)
Heels (pieces which weren't included in French women's shoes)
Arch (function of the Eiffel Tower during the 1889 World's Fair)
Cagliostro (his skull Napoleon used to make a cup)
If a man invited a woman to dance more than three times in nineteenth-century France, he had
to... Marry her
When Napoleon Bonaparte became the Emperor, which country's newspapers did he forbid his
assistant to bring him? France
Which woman was consecrated a saint in the nineteenth century?Jeanne D'Arc
What is the name of the writing system invented by a blind Frenchman?Braille
What is the name of the syndrome in which a person feels extreme emotions when viewing
paintings? Stendhall
What was considered to be the food of the poor in 19th century France? oysters
When Napoleon occupied the Netherlands, he demanded that every citizen have what? surname
What woman of France had the famous last words: "Pardon me, sir, I meant not to do
it?" Antoinette
What was a French kiss called before: tartarian
What is the name of one of the oldest bridges in Paris, built in the 16th century? new bridge
Once French writer Dumas lost a duel and was required to shoot himself. He went to the next room,
and a shot was heard. What did Dumas say upon exiting the room alive? I missed
What was built in honor of Napoleon's victories from 1806-1808? Arc de Triomphe
The three lilies on the French Coat of Arms symbolize compassion, justice and what else? mercy
The opening of which place was timed with the completion of the Eiffel Tower? Moulin Rouge
Which famous French writer has the epitaph "I have coveted everything and taken pleasure in
nothing"? Maupassant
6. Which pastry is France famous for? Croissant
7. Where was Napoleon born? Corsica
8. What is the surname of the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty?Bartholdi
9. Nicotine was named after this Frenchman, who owned the first tobacco plant? Nicot
10. What jovial day was invented in France and is celebrated in April?Laughter Day
Pascal invention: calculator
5. The official language of which country was French for 300 years?England
6. In which country did the croissant first appear? Austria
7. What was the original name of Paris? Letetia
8. What did the Lumiere Brothers invent in the 19th century?Cinematograph
9. Other than high trees, what did Frenchman Louis-Sebastien Lenormand use to perform the first
parachute jump? Umbrellas
10. What did the French Montgolfier brothers invent? Aerostat
1. What did French Eearl Med de Sevrac invent? Kick Scooter
2. What did French physicist Gaston Plante invent? accumulator
3. Which French sauce was invented by chance and lack of other ingredients? Mayonnaise
4. The cult of which food exists in southwest France and Alsace? Foie Gras

5. Which word arose not long before the French Revolution and means to bring into
compliance? Restaurant
what did the surgeon use to help remove bloodperoxide
Interviewer: Juliette Dewaere
1. Mademoiselle L'Espanaye was preparing for a very important event in her life. What was
it? Wedding
2. People are saying you found a weapon in Mademoiselle L'Espanaye's apartment. What was
that? Big Gun
3. I know that you found letters from Mademoiselle L'Espanaye's cast-off lover in her apartment.
What was in them? Intimidation
Interviewer: Isabelle Cluzet
4. What did French scientist Blaise Pascal invent? Calculator
5. The official language of which country was French for 300 years?England
6. In which country did the croissant first appear? Austria
7. What was the original name of Paris? Letetia
8. What did the Lumiere Brothers invent in the 19th century?Cinematograph
9. Other than high trees, what did Frenchman Louis-Sebastien Lenormand use to perform the first
parachute jump? Umbrellas
10. What did the French Montgolfier brothers invent? Aerostat
Who performed the examination of the victims' bodies? SURGEON
What kind of flower was in the door? STRAWBERRY
Where did you find the criminal? FOREST
What did you use to expose the invisible ink? IRON
"Which artistic district in Paris was formerly considered the quietest that is now one of the most
crowded?" and "What is the highest point in Paris?"
Funny, they both had the exact same answer: MONTMARTRE
Restoration (of Bourbons. Historical period in France after the reign of Napoleon)
Heels (pieces which weren't included in French women's shoes)
Arch (function of the Eiffel Tower during the 1889 World's Fair)
Cat (animal which Napoleon feared most)
Cagliostro (his skull Napoleon used to make a cup)
General (military rank which Napoleon earned at 24)
Emperor (Napoleon's title at 34)