Elementary, my dear animators.

I am a big Sherlock Holmes fan. And I thought I would treat you guys with a couple of crimes scenes.

Number 1:

Sherlock Detective reviewed the information they had on the case so far. 
 
A lady named ‘himanshi’ was found shot and they already had a list of suspects – Ankit , Tarun, Harish, Manoj and Manish. 
Killer is a fan of Sherlock and chalenged him by leaving notes ad various places.
* The first was found in a toilet room. 
* The second was found in an art room. 
* The third was in a restroom. 
* the fourth in an underwater room.
* The fifth at the no smoking room.
 
All of the notes read the same thing, ‘The clues are where you find the notes.’ Yet, nothing was found at anyplace the notes were. 
Sherlock the genius , immediately solved the case. 
Who was the killer ?
Number 2:
A girl meets a guy at her mother’s wedding that she does not know. She falls for him quickly. But the guy leaves before she could get his number. 
She goes home and kills her older brother. Why?
Number 3:
Old Mr.Rakesh was found dead in his bedroom by young Manish.
Manish recounted his dismal discovery to Sherlock, who happens to be around the scene.‘I was walking by Mr. Rakesh’s house when I thought I would just pop in for a visit. I noticed his bedroom light was on and I decided to peek in from the outside to see if he was in there. There was frost on the window, so I had to wipe it away to see inside. That is when I saw his body. So I kicked in the front door to confirm my suspicions of foul play. I called the police immediately afterward.’With clues from Sherlock, the police officer immediately arrested Manish for the murder of Mr. Rakesh. How did he know Manish was lying?

Post the answers to these riddles in the comments! See you later, Detectives!
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3 thoughts on “Elementary, my dear animators.

    • 1. You got it right.
      2. The girl was hoping to see the guy at her brother’s funeral.
      3. You were on the right track. Frost can only form on the inside of a window. Manish could not have wiped away the frost. I worded this puzzle wrong. I did not mean frost. I think I meant the fogginess on the inside of the window. Sorry about that!

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