# INFERENCE RIDDLES

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Essentially, every conundrum prompts you to assume. Particularly with the understanding that a small piece of evidence should be used to solve a question efficiently.

So, do you think you are ready to have some fun exercising your prediction and inference skills? We have searched and compiled some of the best puzzles that we could find to test your mental aptitude.

While some of these are off the charts in their difficulty level, others are a bit more smooth in their approach and thus will require less of your critical thinking skills.

We have a section dedicated to allowing any users of this site to ask their own riddles. If you have a few great ones, please feel free to share them near the end of the page (without the answers) of course.

Good luck!

## The Detective Trap Riddle

Hint:
Detective Sara Dunts realized she had walked into a trap when she heard the extra set of footsteps. Hearing the footsteps on the stairs made her remember what her partner had said, "Mr. John Gooding had mysteriously vanished from his one story home." She then realized that this was not Mr. Goodings home because at that very moment she realized that she was climbing stairs in a supposedly one story house. Sara immediately called for backup and arrested Mrs. Glen. She then walked down the stairs to find Mr. Gooding near the bottom. The two had planned on kidnapping and killing Sara for putting Mr. Goodings niece and Mrs. Glens son in jail for murder. Both went to jail to serve their time.
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Solved: 75%

## A Bloody New Car Riddle

Hint:
She gave birth.
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Solved: 45%

## What's In The Glass Riddle

Hint:
Brandy.
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Solved: 86%

## Pick A Room Riddle

Hint:
You should definitely go through the electric chair. Since the power is out, when you sit in the electric chair it will have no effect on you.
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Solved: 86%

## Who Killed Samuel?

Hint: There are three suspects.
The narrator, Andy. Both the wife and the butler suspect each other and have an alibi. Only Andy knows the name of the undetectable poison that killed Samuel.
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## Murdered On A Sunday Afternoon

Hint:
The cook did it. You don't cook breakfast in the afternoon.
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Solved: 87%

## Japanese Ship Thief Riddle

Hint:
The thief is the Sri Lankan seaman. They are on a Japanese ship, so it will bear a Japanese flag. The Japanese flag will look the same upside down.
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Solved: 69%

## The Smuggler Riddle

Hint:
He is smuggling bicycles.
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Solved: 60%

## Who Stole The Money Riddle

Hint:
The electrician stole the money.

If the man checked for the money between page 1 and 2 of the book, then page 2 and 3 will be opposite sides of a single page and will not be able to hold the money.
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Solved: 78%

## My Sons And Daughters Riddle

Hint:
Four daughters and three sons. Each daughter has 3 sisters and 3 brothers, and each brother has 2 brothers and 4 sisters.
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Solved: 57%

## Footprints Between Two Parallel Lines Riddle

Hint:
A man in a wheelchair.
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Solved: 53%

## Discharge Of The Rifle

Hint:
Biggs, who saw the smoke, would be first; Carpenter, who saw the bullet strike the water, would be second; and Anderson, who heard the report, would be last of all.
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Solved: 53%

## A Man Was Murdered Riddle

Hint:
Jason is the killer.

The numbers represent the starting letter of the month they stand for in a calendar:
6 June (J)
4 April (A)
9 September (S)
10 October (O)
11 November (N)
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Solved: 74%

## Dreams Of Guillotines Riddle

Hint:
If the client died in his sleep, there would be no way of knowing what he was dreaming.
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Solved: 67%

## Who Killed The Old Man Riddle

Hint:
The newspaper delivery man, because there was no Wednesday, Thursday or Friday newspaper. He knew there was no one home to read it!
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Solved: 74%

## Post Your Inference Riddles Puns Below

Can you come up with a cool, funny or clever Inference Riddles of your own? Post it below (without the answer) to see if you can stump our users.

1. I tried to steal some eggs from the local farm but got caught. I guess you could say it was an eggs-crime-inference.

2. When I tried to fix the broken toaster, I shocked myself. I guess I made a bad current-inference.

3. I saw a squirrel devour a whole pizza by the side of the road. I guess he had a lot of dough-nuts inference.

4. After my friend ate a whole bag of jalapeno chips, he couldn't stop sweating. I guess he had too much heat-inference.

5. When my grandfather fell asleep in the sun, he woke up with a raccoon tan. I guess he made a bad nap-inference.

6. After I accidentally put salt instead of sugar in my coffee, I had a bitter-brew-inference.

7. When my friend's cat snuggled up to me, I realized it had fleas. I guess I had a cat-itch-inference.

8. I saw a dog wearing a sweater on a hot day, I guess he was trying to make a fashion-fur-ward-inference.

9. When my roommate ordered a veggie pizza with extra cheese, I knew she was trying to kale her cravings-inference.

10. After my sister drank ten cups of coffee, she was jittery all day. I guess she made a caffeine-hands-inference.

11. When my friend's phone fell in the toilet, I knew she had a bad connection-inference.

12. After eating too much candy, I felt like I was going to barf. I guess I had a sugar-rush-inference.

13. When my neighbor installed a new fence, I knew he was a good barrier-inference.

14. I tried to take a picture of a ghost, but it came out blurry. I guess I had a spooky-camera-inference.

15. When I fell on the ice, I realized I was not winter-proof-inference.

16. After my brother forgot his lines in the school play, I knew he had a bad stage-fright-inference.

17. When my coworker slipped on a banana peel, I knew it was a bunch of nonsense-inference.

18. I saw a bird with a broken wing, I guess you could say it was a bird in-crippling-debt-inference.

19. After my roommate went vegetarian, I knew she didn't have a beef with me-inference.

20. When my cousin made a mess while cooking, I knew she was a real saucy-dish-inference.

21. I saw a dog wearing a hat, I guess you could say he was barking up the right tree-inference.

22. When my mom tried to make sushi for the first time, I knew it was a raw deal-inference.

23. After I got a bad haircut, I looked like a real cut-down-inference.

24. When my friend got a new job at the circus, I knew she was a real career-flyer-inference.

25. I tried to fix my bike and ended up with a flat tire. I guess it was a cycle-error-inference.

26. After my sister lost her shoe at the park, I knew she had a sole-searching-inference.

27. When I tried to make pancakes from scratch, I knew it was a flop-inference.

28. I saw a cow jumping over the moon, I guess it had a mooving-experience-inference.

29. When my friend forgot her lunch at home, I knew she was having a fork-etful day-inference.

30. After my dog ate my homework, I knew I had a real chew-sing-inference.

31. When I tried to make a joke about submarines, nobody laughed. I guess it was under their heads-inference.

32. I saw a cat playing with a ball of yarn, I guess it was a real paws-sibility-inference.

33. When my friend tried to make a long-distance call, she got disconnected. I guess it was a bad ring-cidence-inference.

34. After I spilled hot chocolate on my shirt, I knew I had a real stain-shame-inference.

35. When my brother tried to make a snowman, he ended up with a snowball fight. I guess he had a frosty-disposition-inference.

36. I saw a bird singing on a tree, I guess you could say it was a chirping-yew-nity-inference.

37. When my friend tried to make a homemade pizza, she couldn't get the dough to rise. I guess she had a real crust-buster-inference.

38. After my dad tried to fix the car and got oil everywhere, I knew he had a slick problem-inference.

39. When I tried to make a joke about the ocean, it fell flat. I guess it was too deep-inference.

40. I saw a dog playing the piano, I guess he had a real pianist-barkin'-inference.

41. After my friend forgot her phone at home, I knew she was having a mobile-less-inference.

42. When I tried to make a joke about fire trucks, nobody laughed. I guess it was a real hose job-inference.

43. I saw a spider spinning a web, I guess it was a real web of destiny-inference.

44. When my mom tried to make a smoothie and ended up with a mess, I knew it was a real fruit slip-up-inference.

45. After my sister tried to fix her computer, it crashed. I guess she had a bad computer-ference.

46. When I tried to make a joke about math, nobody counted on it. I guess it was a real division of laughter-inference.

47. I saw a monkey swinging on a vine, I guess it had a real jungle groove-inference.

48. When my friend ordered a pizza with extra cheese and then fell asleep, I knew she was having a real-dream cheese-inference.

49. After I tried to make a joke about the sun, nobody shined on it. I guess it was a real cloudy joke-inference.

50. When I saw a watermelon that was bigger than my car, I knew it was a real melon-collision-inference.