national park mystery spot
Duck hunters were way ahead on this one.
Two clues should be enough if you can think outside the box.
Whether seen from land or water, it never fails to delight.
They are not real.
General Early Lost the battle.
The nose knows.
You get SEVEN clues this time. Imagine that!
You shouldn’t need all five clues to get the job done.
This one was easiest for readers familiar with aviation nomenclature, business attire, and the aurorae.
To get into the Winners Circle, you’ll need to make sense of doors and suits and such.
Did you arrive at the answer by divine direction?
When the Editor-in-Chief opined that this puzzle is cruel, the Quizmeister nearly wept with joy.
What do you see when you look at the McDonald’s logo?
The Quizmeister caught flack for making recent several Mystery Spot puzzles too easy. Let’s see what you guys think of this one.
The Quizmeister has been accused of employing fuzzy logic. It's true, and here's the proof.
Identify this mystery spot and qualify for the March prize drawing.
Baseball fans and caffeine addicts had an easier time with this one.
This one rates about 7.5 on the ten-point scale.
These seven words should be enough.
There's a clue on my coffee table.
If details are all you glean, the overall pattern may not be seen.