5 Riddles That Only 1% Of The Population Can Answer
Harin - Nov 19, 2019
If you are confident that your IQ is on a par with Einstein’s, then be prepared to answer these 5 riddles that only 1% of the population can figure out.
Albert Einstein was known as the person with the highest IQ until now. But the problem is, nobody can really say for sure what was his IQ since there’s no indication that he was ever tested. In fact, in the early 1900s, IQ testing was still in its beginning stages. If you are confident that your IQ is on a par with Einstein’s, then be prepared to answer these 5 riddles that only 1% of the population can figure out. You can check out the clip below for the answers.
1. Murder at school
On the first day of school, someone murdered a geography teacher. There were four people at the school that the police suspected had committed the crime. The landscaper said he was outside mowing the lawn. The math teacher said he was giving a final test. The basketball coach said he was running practice drills with his players. The principal said he was in his office. After giving their alibies, the police arrested the killer immediately. Who killed the history teacher and how did the police know?
2. Poisonous pills
A serial killer kidnapped five different people and sat them down, each wi two pills in their hand and a glass of water. Somehow, every victim somehow chose the poisonous pill and died. How did the serial killer get them all to take the poisonous pill?
3. Love at a funeral
Pritam and Vandana went out for drinks together. The ordered the exact same drink. Vandana was really thirsty and finished five in the time it took Pritam to finish one. The drinks were poisoned but only Pritam died. How?
4. Honeymoon mystery
A couple went to Hawaii for their honeymoon. Unfortunately, the husband returned home alone because his wife had died in a horrible boating accident. After investigating and contacting the travel agent, the police arrested the husband for killing his wife. How did they know he did it?
5. Death of the scientist
A chemist was murdered in his own lab, the only evidence was a piece of paper. The substances were nickel, carbon, oxygen, lanthanum. The chemist only had three people come by his lab on the day of the murder: Hira Borra – a fellow scientist, Wafa Lodi – his nephew, and Nicolas – his foreign friend.
The police arrested the murderer right away. How did they know who it was?