A TRAVELLER COMES TO A FORK IN THE ROAD WHICH LEADS TO TWO VILLIAGES IN ONE VILLIAGE THE PEOPLE ALWAYS TELL LIES AND IN THE OTHER VILLIAGE THE PEOPLE ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH THE TRAVELLER NEEDS TO CONDUCT BUSINESS IN THE RIDDLES WITH ANSWERS TO SOLVE - PUZZLES & BRAIN TEASERS

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Getting Put Into Shoes

Hint:
Feet
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An Absentminded Philosopher Riddle

Hint: We can assume that the journey to his friend's and back took exactly the same amount of time.
He Philosopher winds the grandfather clock to a random time right before leaving, 9:00 for example. Although this is not the right time, the clock can now be used to measure elapsed time. As soon as he arrives at his friend's house, the Philosopher looks at the time on his friend's clock. Let's say the time is 7:15. He stays overnight and then, before leaving in the morning, he looks at the clock one more time. Let's say the time is now 10:15 (15 hours later). When the Philosopher arrives home, he looks at his grandfather clock. Let's say his clock reads 12:40. By subtracting the time he set it to when he left (9:00) from the current time (12:40) he knows that he has been gone for 15 hours and 40 minutes. He knows that he spent 15 hours at his friends house, so that means he spent 40 minutes walking. Since he walked at the same speed both ways, it took him 20 minutes to walk from his friend's home back to his place. So the correct time to set the clock to in this example would therefore be 10:15 (the time he left his friend's house) + 20 minutes (the time it took him to walk home) = 10:35.
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In A Tunnel Of Darkness Riddle

Hint:
A bullet
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A Man Was To Be Sentenced Riddle

Hint:
"You will sentence me to six years." If that statement was a lie the man would get 6 years which would really make his statement true. If it was true he would only get 4 years rendering the statement false. Refusing to go against his own word the judge decides to let him go.
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