Do You Possess The Powers of Observation and Deduction?

“The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.” - Sherlock Holmes

Desiree Van
Created By Desiree Van
On Jan 26, 2017

Do you follow your gut or your brain?

When observing someone in their own home, what is the most important thing to keep an eye on?

A young clean shaven man enters your office. The left side of his face is perfectly shaved, but it's not quite so perfect on the right side, especially around the angle of the jaw. Why might that be?

"To every question there is an answer."

From this statement, which of the following is not possible?

The victim and her murderer have the same mother and father, and they share the same birthday. But they're not twins. How can this be?

You are called to a crime scene. A young man has been found dead with a gun in his right hand. What leads you to the conclusion that the victim was, in fact, murdered?

What's the next number in this sequence 3, 12, 24, 33, 66, ?

A woman is found dead in her car, slumped over in the driver's seat. There is a bullet wound in the back of her head. The murder weapon is in the trunk, out of his reach. All the doors are locked and all the windows are up. How is this possible?

You are trying to log-in to a suspect's laptop, which is located at their desk in their office. What is the most important thing to look at when trying to figure out a password?

How many questions in this quiz have featured pictures of Sherlock?

The Next Sherlock Holmes

The Next Sherlock Holmes

You should become a detective! You are able to ignore the irrelevant details of a case, and twist theories to suit facts in order to solve the hardest of mysteries. Very few things remain hidden to your eye!

Oh, you'd already figured that you'd get this result? Why not share it with those that lack your lightning-swift deductive reasoning!?

You're More of a Watson

You're More of a Watson

You are gifted with patience, intelligence, and a good amount of deduction and reasoning skills. Although your empathy can cloud your judgement, it can also help you understand the motives of criminals and eventually apprehend them. Play to your strengths!

Had a feeling you'd get this result? Why not share it with those who aren't quite as perceptive as you are!?

I'm Afraid Not...

I'm Afraid Not...

Sorry to kill the dream, but your strengths lie elsewhere. Ok, so you're not the next Sherlock Holmes, but your determination, sharp tongue, and unwillingness to suffer fools will ensure you always get to the bottom of things!

Who wants to solve crimes wearing a deerstalker anyway? Share this with friends you consider cooler (and smarter, maybe?) than Sherlock!