Golf House Mischief - Logic Puzzles
Five men, whose names are Bob Edison, Tom Stevenson, Marty Brown, Jim Davis, and John Alberts were being questioned by the police for a crime committed in their local golf house.
Other detectives have already investigated, they have questioned the suspects, the witnesses, and people who know the suspects and they have collected physical evidence from the crime scene. They have collected the following 14 clues, but have not been able to solve the crime. Therefore, they have called in the world's greatest detective: YOU, who must now examine the clues and solve the crime for them and find the culprit.
No two suspects have the same hair colour, weight, height, wife's first name, or colour shoes.
The suspect who has red hair weighs 140 pounds.
Bob Edison is 5 feet 3 inches tall.
The culprit has a wife named Mary.
The suspect who weighs 150 pounds is not the one who is 5 feet 9 inches tall.
The suspect who has a wife named Pam is not the one who has blonde hair.
Jim Davis was wearing orange shoes.
John Alberts has black hair.
The suspect who has a wife named Betty weighs 200 pounds.
Tom Stevenson weighs 210 pounds.
The suspect who weighs 200 pounds has no hair.
The suspect who has a wife named Cathy weighs 140 pounds.
Marty Brown has brown hair.
The suspect who has black hair has a wife named Mary.
The suspect who has no hair is not the one who was wearing orange shoes.
Puzzle Copyright © David Leithauser
John Alberts: John Alberts has black hair and the suspect who has black hair has a wife named Mary. Therefore, John Alberts has a wife named Mary. The culprit has a wife named Mary, so John Alberts is the culprit.
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