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A Walk in Manhattan

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.


Puzzle ID:#3291
Fun:*** (2.14)
Difficulty:** (1.95)
Submitted By:204_blaze_41****
Corrected By:brainyboy615




It happened in midtown Manhattan during the July 4th celebration; Sam walked several kilometres from West 32nd Street all the way to West 63rd Street without seeing anyone or being seen by anyone. It was a clear sunny day and he could see where he was going. He did not use any disguise or unusual method of transportation. Even though Manhattan was swarming with people not one person saw him. How could this be possible?

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Apr 08, 2002

you dont call the sewer an unusual form of transporation??? Especially a NY sewer!
Sep 15, 2002

He was walking, that was his mode of transport. It didn't say where he was walking wasn't unusual
Dec 06, 2003

i have to agree with dumbell
Dec 30, 2003

Man, that would be awful. I hope he had a mask!
Jul 29, 2004

My first impression led me to believe it was nighttime... it said that it WAS a clear sunny day, not that it was clear and sunny when he was doing the walking. But i guess that logic falls down in some places, and I got the given answer eventually. Good teaser!
Sep 07, 2005

I thought sewer originaly, then you said he wasn't using unusual transport, so I guessed it'd be something else.
But I was right all along
Sep 19, 2005

Nice Teaser, well done. Fun and a bit hard.
Dec 29, 2008

I'm sorry, but I think this teaser is a cheat. I would consider walking through the sewer an unusual form of transportation.

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