Herculego Poirot--Book 1
In Herculego's Book 1, there were 7 crime scenes from 7 different cases originally. These ranged from early stories to later ones. To see the 7 original scenes, click on the "Gallery 1"
image below. Congrats to those who previously participated and successfully answered correctly. By the way, Case 6 has never been identified correctly! If you know the answer, write it below
the scenes (using your Facebook account to leave an answer).
Click here for Gallery 1 (the collected scenes of Book 1)
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Remember: besides looking through the scenes in the gallery, there are challenge questions. For the "Herculego Challenge", you must select it to view/answer the challenge.
Hints or clues on some of the scenes will be left to you by friends of Poirot's, like Captain Hastings. These clues are identified by little icons of the characters with a yellow border. All
the challenge questions below for Book 1 have been answered correctly, however the original questions and responses have been left here for you to view. (There are new challenge questions for
Book 2, however. All these questions and the photos themselves are new as of February 2016.)
Herculego Challenges -- Book 1
What murder weapon from The Big Four
is represented in which scene? : comments have been made
Chief Inspector Japp: "Moosior Poirot's question might be challenging, but I have a clue for you: I was the investigating officer in
both stories with Poirot."
Captain Hastings: "Yes, Chief Inspector--however, I was not present. I was in the Argentine. And yet...the police provided me with the
photo of the crime scene when I had returned to England."
What character, a friend to Arlecchino, is
missing from one of these scenes? : comments have been made
Hastings: "Upon reflection, I replaced this missing character in a different televised account of a murder. In the written account he
appeared with Poirot, not I."
George: "Were I his valet, I certainly would tire easily. He is quite social and loves hosting parties."
What two novels were dramatised on stage, even
one omitting me-- the great Herculego Poirot? : comments have been made
In the TV adaptation of The Hollow, the
companion of a famous sleuth was present with me on this case.
(His famous partner couldn't . . . : comments have been made
In the case that took place in Woodleigh Common,
I believe my good friend Ariadne Oliver had one of her passions
ruined . . . : comments have been made
Mrs. Oliver: "You'd think that I would've lost total interest in my Finn detective Sven Hjerson, but it's not that. It's maddening
that he's tied to me for life, though."
There was a story of a young man who
miraculously lived after drinking a bottle of beer with morphia. (A person surviving . . . : comments have
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