If you have a few minutes of free time and want to play a Sherlock Holmes, we invite you to unravel this puzzle.
It is easy to see, but you really have to put your head down and take a good look at the picture and the characters on it. The question is: who smashed the pink vase with tulips? Misery looks at five people – a mother and four of her children. The woman tries to find the culprit and punish him accordingly, but no one admits to breaking the pottery. The culprit betrays one detail. Are you able to see him right away?
The children are marked with letters A, B, C, D, but the question is who broke the vase? This means that the mother is also involved. Otherwise, the question would be: Which of the children smashed the vase? If you have not noticed anything suspicious, we suggest you look at the character analysis. Maybe it will bring you closer to solving the puzzle, and if you still cannot find a solution, go to the last page and find out the truth. Remember not to point at someone at random. You need to be able to justify your choice!
Character A – one of the twins
The boy seems to be the one who is most interested in the event. He is watching the misfortune closely and is aware of the gravity of the situation. He does not smile or look worried. He is rather surprised and concerned. Two siblings, the oldest sister and twin brother, smile and look at him as if they know he has a conscience. Also, the mother looks at him and it seems that he is most suspect.
On the following pages, you will find the analysis of more characters to solve the puzzle.