Ride the Riddles

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Ride the Riddles was a late but popular addition to GameWyrd. There were two ways in which Wyrdlings could interact with it. They could simply supply riddles to the database – and so all the riddles below are user generated from GameWyrd – or they could try and guess the answer and score points for being right.

This isn’t even the full collection – just the top 163 (or so!) riddles from the database. We’ve tried our best to de-duplicate them but a few may have slipped through.

The point of Ride the Riddles was that gamesmasters often needed to think up a riddle for their heroic PCs. By collecting them in a game but also presenting them in a list GameWyrd became a good place to go get (or solve) a riddle.


The riddles:

With thieves I consort,
With the vilest, in short,
I’m quite at ease in depravity;
Yet all divines use me,
And savants can’t lose me,
For I am the center of gravity.

Riddle’s answer: V

Until I am measured
I am not known,
Yet how you miss me
When I have flown.

Riddle’s answer: Time

I never was, am always to be,
No one ever saw me, nor ever will
And yet I am the confidence of all
To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball.

Riddle’s answer: Tomorrow

Alive without breath,
As cold as death,
Never thirsty, Ever drinking,
Clad in mail, Never clinking,
Drowns on dry land,
Thinks an island, Is a mountain,
Thinks a fountain, Is a puff of air.

Riddle’s answer: A fish

This thing all things devours:
Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;
Gnaws iron, bites steel;
Grinds hard stones to meal;
Slays king, ruins town,
And beats high mountain down.

Riddle’s answer: Time

The cost of making only the maker knows,
Valueless if bought, but sometimes traded.
A poor man may give one as easily as a king.
When one is broken pain and deceit are assured.

Riddle’s answer: Promise

Who makes it, has no need of it.
Who buys it, has no use for it.
Who uses it can neither see nor feel it.

Riddle’s answer: A coffin

I build up castles.
I tear down mountains.
I make some men blind,
I help others to see.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Sand

Glittering points
That downward thrust,
Sparkling spears
That never rust.

Riddle’s answer: Icicle

Die without me,
Never thank me.
Walk right through me,
Never feel me.
Always watching,
Never speaking.
Always lurking,
Never seen.

Riddle’s answer: Air

Pregnant every time you see her,
yet she never will give birth.

Riddle’s answer: Full moon

Alive without breath,
As cold as death;
Never thirsty, ever drinking,
All in mail never clinking

Riddle’s answer: Fish

I go around in circles,
But always straight ahead
Never complain,
No matter where I am led.

Riddle’s answer: Wheel

Thirty white horses on a red hill,
First they champ,
Then they stamp,
Then they stand still.

Riddle’s answer: Teeth

Voiceless it cries,
Wingless flutters,
Toothless bites,
Mouthless mutters.

Riddle’s answer: Wind

I am seen in the water
If seen in the sky,
I am in the rainbow,
A jay’s feather,
And lapis lazuli.

Riddle’s answer: Blue

If a man carried my burden
He would break his back.
I am not rich,
But leave silver in my track.

Riddle’s answer: Snail

Each morning I appear
To lie at your feet,
All day I will follow
No matter how fast you run,
Yet I nearly perish
In the midday sun.

Riddle’s answer: Shadow

We are five little objects of an everyday sort
you will find us all in a tennis court

Riddle’s answer: Vowels

We are very little creatures; all of us have different features. One of us in glass is set; one of us you’ll find in jet. Another you may see in tin, and a fourth is boxed within. If the fifth you should pursue, it can never fly from you.

Riddle’s answer: The vowels

I heard of an invading, vanquishing army
sweeping across the land, liquid-quick;
conquering everything, quelling resistance.
With it came darkness, dimming the light.
Humans hid in their houses, while outside
spears pierced, shattering stone walls.
Uncountable soldiers smashed into the ground,
but each elicited life as he died;
when the army had vanished, advancing northward,
the land was green and growing, refreshed.

Riddle’s answer: Rainstorm

Weight in my belly,
Trees on my back,
Nails in my ribs,
Feet I do lack.

Riddle’s answer: Ship

Some try to hide, some try to cheat, but time will show, we always will meet.
Try as you might, to guess my name, I promise you’ll know, when you I do claim.

Riddle’s answer: Death

Stealthy as a shadow in the dead of night,
Cunning but affectionate if given a bite.
Never owned but often loved.
At my sport considered cruel,
But that’s because you never know me at all.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Cat

Of no use to one
Yet absolute bliss to two.
The small boy gets it for nothing.
The young man has to lie for it.
The old man has to buy it.
The baby’s right,
The lover’s privilege,
The hypocrite’s mask.
To the young girl, faith;
To the married woman, hope;
To the old maid, charity.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Kiss

Three lives have I.
Gentle enough to soothe the skin,
Light enough to caress the sky,
Hard enough to crack rocks.

Riddle’s answer: Water

The beginning of eternity
The end of time and space
The beginning of every end,
And the end of every place.

Riddle’s answer: E

I look flat, but I am deep,
Hidden realms I shelter.
Lives I take, but food I offer.
At times I am beautiful.
I can be calm, angry and turbulent.
I have no heart, but offer pleasure as well as death.
No man can own me, yet I encompass what all men must have.

Riddle’s answer: Ocean

A thousand colored folds stretch toward the sky,
Atop a tender strand,
Rising from the land,
‘Til killed by maiden’s hand,
Perhaps a token of love, perhaps to say goodbye.

Riddle’s answer: Flower

In ye fire thou hear me scream! Creaking and whining yet I am dead before thoust layeth me upon ye hearth.

Riddle’s answer: Log

Hands she has but does not hold, teeth she has but does not bite, feet she has but they are cold, eyes she has but without sight. Who is she?

Riddle’s answer: A Doll

Bright as diamonds,
Loud as thunder,
Never still,
A thing of wonder.

Riddle’s answer: Waterfall

Ten Men’s Strength,
Ten Men’s Length,
Ten Men can’t break it,
Yet a young boy walks off with it

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A rope

You heard me before,
Yet you hear me again,
Then I die,
‘Till you call me again.

Riddle’s answer: Echo

Inside me the adventurous find
Quests and treasures of every kind.
Trolls, goblins, orcs, and more, await
Within my closed walls for
All those that wish to visit me.
Your hands are the key
To secrets untold,
And your mind will unlock the door.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Book

Two bodies have I,
though both joined in one.
The more still I stand,
the quicker I run.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: An hourglass

Lovely and round,
I shine with pale light,
grown in the darkness,
A lady’s delight.

Riddle’s answer: Pearl

What is it that given one, you’ll have either two or none?

Riddle’s answer: A Choice

Scythe of darkness,
Shadow’s light.
Guiding eye
Of thirteenth sight.

Riddle’s answer: Moon

As beautiful as the setting sun,
As delicate as the morning dew;
An angel’s dusting from the stars
that can turn the Earth into
A frosted moon.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Snow

If you break me, I’ll not stop working.
If you can touch me, my work is done.
If you lose me, you must find me with a ring soon after.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: The heart

To unravel me
You need a simple key,
No key that was made
By locksmith’s hand,
But a key that only I
Will understand.

Riddle’s answer: Cipher

As a whole, I am both safe and secure.
Behead me, and I become a place of meeting.
Behead me again, and I am the partner of ready.
Restore me, and I become the domain of beasts.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Stable

A farmer and his hired help were carrying grain to the barn. The farmer carried one sack of grain and the hired help carried two sacks. Who carried the heavier load?

Riddle’s answer: Farmer

What book was once owned by only the wealthy, but now everyone can have it?
You can’t buy it in a bookstore or take it from a library?

Riddle’s answer: A Telephone Book

When young, I am sweet in the sun.
When middle-aged, I make you gay.
When old, I am valued more than ever.

Riddle’s answer: Wine

Walk on the living, they don’t even mumble. Walk on the dead, they mutter and grumble

Riddle’s answer: Fallen leaves

What has roots as nobody sees,
Is taller than trees
Up, up it goes,
And yet never grows?

Riddle’s answer: Mountain

I have a hundred legs, but cannot stand, a long neck but no head; I ease the maid’s life. What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A broom

My life can be measured in hours,
I live by being devoured.
Thin I am fast, Fat I am slow
The wind is always my foe.

Riddle’s answer: Candle

When there is fire in me then I am still cold. When I own your true love’s face then you will not see me. To all things I give no more than I am given. In time I may have all things, and yet I can keep nothing. What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A mirror

I am, in truth, a yellow fork
From tables in the sky
By inadvertent fingers dropped
The awful cutlery.
Of mansions never quite disclosed
And never quite concealed
The apparatus of the dark
To ignorance revealed.

Riddle’s answer: Lightning

What is greater than God,
More evil than the Devil,
The poor have it,
The rich want it,
but if you eat me,
you’ll die?

Riddle’s answer: Nothing

I make you weak at the worst of all times.
I keep you safe, I keep you fine.
I make your hands sweat, and your heart grow cold,
I visit the weak, but seldom the bold.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Fear

What has four wheels and flies

Riddle’s answer: Garbage truck

I dig out tiny caves, and store gold and silver in them.
I also build bridges of silver and make crowns of gold.
They are the smallest you could imagine.
Sooner or later everybody needs my help, yet many people are afraid to let me help them. Who am I?

Riddle’s answer: Dentist

I am the hole in the night,
the ever watchful eye.
I return in a cycle,
to enlighten the sky.

Riddle’s answer: The moon

With potent, flowery words speak I,
Of something common, vulgar, dry;
I weave webs of pedantic prose,
In effort to befuddle those,
Who think I wile time away,
In lofty things, above all day
The common kind that linger where
Monadic beings live and fare;
Practical I may not be,
But life, it seems, is full of me!

Riddle’s answer: Riddle

A box without hinges, key or lid,
Yet golden treasure inside is hid.

Riddle’s answer: Egg

No sooner spoken than broken

Riddle’s answer: Silence

On my way to St. Ives,
I met a man with seven wives.
Each wife had seven sacks,
Each sack had seven cats,
Each cat had seven kits.
Kits, cats, sacks, wives,
How many were going to St. Ives?

Riddle’s answer: One

A big Indian and a little Indian are walking down the street.
The little Indian is the son of the big Indian but the big Indian is not the father of the little Indian.
How is this possible?

Riddle’s answer: Mother

I do not breathe, but I run and jump.
I do not eat, but I swim and stretch.
I do not drink, but I sleep and stand.
I do not think, but I grow and play.
I do not see, but you see me every day.

Riddle’s answer: I am a leg

You can see nothing else
When you look in my face,
I will look you in the eye
And I will never lie.

Riddle’s answer: Your reflection

Blend a teapot shot so the pearlies won’t rot!

Riddle’s answer: Toothpaste

I blind you, I give you food, I give you light, I give you death, I give you life, I am always there, I am never there. What am I?

Riddle’s answer: The sun

Whilst I was engaged in sitting
I spied the dead carrying the living

Riddle’s answer: Ship

Tool of thief, toy of queen.
Always used to be unseen.
Sign of joy, sign of sorrow.
Giving all likeness borrowed.

Riddle’s answer: Mask

My first is in wield, sever bones and marrow.
My second is in blade, forged in cold steel.
My third is in arbalest, and also in arrows.
My fourth is in power, plunged through a shield.
My fifth is in honour, and also in vows
My last will put an end to it all.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Weapon

People are hired to get rid of me.
I’m often hiding under your bed.
In time I’ll always return you see.
Bite me and you’re surely dead.

Riddle’s answer: Dust

Always wax, yet always wane: I melt, succumbed to the flame.
Lighting darkness, with fate unblest, I soon devolve to shapeless mess.

Riddle’s answer: Candle

Large as a mountain, small as a pea,
Endlessly swimming in a waterless sea.

Riddle’s answer: Asteroids

Two words, my answer is only two words.
To keep me, you must give me.

Riddle’s answer: Your word

At the sound of me, men may dream
Or stamp their feet
At the sound of me, women may laugh
Or sometimes weep.

Riddle’s answer: Music

“What has a forest but no trees.
cities but no people and
rivers but no water??”

Riddle’s answer: Map

I have rivers without water,
Forests without trees,
Mountains without rocks
Towns without houses.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A Map

When I’m metal or wood,
I help you get home.
When I’m flesh and I’m blood,
In the darkness I roam.

Riddle’s answer: A bat

Runs smoother than any rhyme, loves to fall but cannot climb!

Riddle’s answer: Water

If you were running a race, and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?

Riddle’s answer: 2nd

I am a box that holds keys without locks, yet they can unlock your soul.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Piano

When you call out my name, I am no longer with you. What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Silence

Forward I’m heavy
Backwards I’m not

Riddle’s answer: ton

A horrid monster hides from the day,
With many legs and many eyes.
With silver chains it catches prey,
And eats it all before it dies.
Yet in every cottage does it stay,
And every castle ‘neath the sky.

Riddle’s answer: Spider

What can you put in a barrel to make it lighter?

Riddle’s answer: Hole

What do you use to hoe a row, slay a foe, and wring with woe?

Riddle’s answer: Hands

As destructive as life,
As healing as death;
An institutioner of strife,
Just as prone to bless.
It is all that is good,
Yet with an evil trend;
As it was the beginning of things,
It can also be the end.

Riddle’s answer: Fire

Runs over fields and woods all day
Under the bed at night sits not alone,
With long tongue hanging out,
A-waiting for a bone.

Riddle’s answer: A shoe

Whoever makes it, tells it not.
Whoever takes it, knows it not.
And whoever knows it wants it not.

Riddle’s answer: Counterfeit money

My head bobs lazily in the sun.
You think I’m cute,
For my face is yellow,
My hair is white,
and my body is green.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Daisy

At night they come without being fetched,
And by day they are lost without being stolen.

Riddle’s answer: Stars

There is not wind enough to twirl
That one red leaf, nearest of its clan,
Which dances as often as dance it can.

Riddle’s answer: The sun

When is a door not a door?

Riddle’s answer: When it is ajar

My tines be long,
My tines be short
My tines end ere
My first report.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Lightning

From house to house I go, sometimes narrow, sometimes wide. And whether there’s rain or snow I always stay outside. What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A Path

I went to the woods and got it, when i got it didn’t want it, looked for it, couldn’t find it so I took it home.

What is it?

Riddle’s answer: Splinter

As light as a feather, but you can’t hold it for ten minutes.

Riddle’s answer: Breath

My first is not bent around.
My second means “lift her up”
or “cut her to the ground.”

Riddle’s answer: Straight Razor

The mouse ran up the clock.
The clock struck one
and down did come.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A guillotine

I am just two and two. I am hot. I am cold.
I’m the parent of numbers that cannot be told.
I’m a gift beyond measure, a matter of course,
And I’m yielded with pleasure- then taken by force.

Riddle’s answer: Kiss

I protect your money from robbers and thieves
Three numbers to tell me is all that you’ll need
If your memory fails you I’m useless indeed

Riddle’s answer: Combination lock

Something wholly unreal, yet seems real to I
Think my friend, tell me where does it lie?

Riddle’s answer: In the mind

I give you a group of three.
One is sitting down, and never will get up.
The second eats as much as is given him,
yet is always hungry.
The third goes away and never returns.

Riddle’s answer: Stove, fire, and smoke

My face is always changing, but is always the same.

Riddle’s answer: Moon

Alive without breath,
Cold as death,
Never thirsty, always drinking,
All in mail and never clinking.

Riddle’s answer: Fish

Armless, legless, I crawl around when I’m young.
Then the time of changing sleep will come.
I will awake like a newborn, flying beast,
’till then on the remains of the dead I feast.

Riddle’s answer: Maggot

If I fly to the moon in a ship an on the way i meet five other ships each with five crew members who each have five pets. How many in all are flying to the moon

Riddle’s answer: One

I saw a creature: his stomach stuck out behind him,
enormously swollen. A stalwart servant
waited upon him. What filled up his stomach
had travelled from far, and flew through his eye
He does not always die in giving life
to others, but new strength revives
in the pit of his stomach; he breathes again.

Riddle’s answer: Bellows

What does the job of an assassin and treachery of a thug?

Riddle’s answer: Time

It is said among my people that some things are improved by death.
Tell me, what stinks while living, but in death, smells good?

Riddle’s answer: Pig

This darksome burn, horseback brown,
His rollock highroad roaring down,
In coop and in comb the fleece of his foam
Flutes and low to the body falls home.

Riddle’s answer: River

What goes in the water red, and comes out black?

Riddle’s answer: Iron

A precious stone, as clear as diamond.
Seek it out whilst the sun’s near the horizon.
Though you can walk on water with its power,
Try to keep it, and it’ll vanish ere an hour.

Riddle’s answer: Ice

With no wings, I fly. With no eyes, I see. With no arms, I climb.
More frightening than any beast, stronger than any foe. I am cunning, ruthless, and tall; in the end, I rule all.

Riddle’s answer: The imagination

Take me and scratch my head.
What once was red,
Is black instead.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A Match

It cannot be seen, cannot be felt,
Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt.
It lies behind stars and under hills,
And empty holes it fills.
It comes first and follows after,
Ends life, kills laughter.

Riddle’s answer: Dark

I know a word of letters three.
Add two, and fewer there will be.

Riddle’s answer: Few

Half-way up the hill, I see thee at last
Lying beneath me with thy sounds and sights —
A city in the twilight, dim and vast,
With smoking roofs, soft bells, and gleaming lights.

Riddle’s answer: The Past

I’m pleasing to the eye
A tool for many absent of mind
A tapestry of fickle lies
Blind to even the most pensive spies
I’m often the breeder of fervent lust
But I am by far one you shouldn’t trust

Riddle’s answer: Appearance

An eye in a blue face
Saw an eye in a green face.
‘That eye is like to this eye’
Said the first eye,
‘But in low place
Not in high place.’

Riddle’s answer: Sun shining on daisies which are growing in a field

All about, but cannot be seen,
Can be captured, cannot be held
No throat, but can be heard.

Riddle’s answer: Sound

What goes through the door without pinching itself?
What sits on the stove without burning itself?
What sits on the table and is not ashamed?

Riddle’s answer: The sun

A red cap on my head,
a stone in my throat,
if you tell me the answer,
I’ll give you a Groat.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A cherry

What gets wetter and wetter as it dries?

Riddle’s answer: Towel

I have four legs but never walk
I may be covered in flowers but have no soil
I hold food three times a day but never eat a meal

Riddle’s answer: Table

What measures out time,
Until in time
All is smashed to it?

Riddle’s answer: Sand

Ripped from my mother’s womb,
Beaten and burned,
I become a blood-thirsty slayer
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Iron ore

Iron roof, glass walls
Burns and burns
And never falls.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A Lantern

I weaken all men for hours each day.
I show you strange visions while you are away.
I take you by night, by day take you back,
None suffer to have me, but do from my lack.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Sleep

First you see me in the grass dressed in yellow gay; next I am in dainty white, then I fly away. What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A Dandelion

The more of these you take, the more appear behind you

Riddle’s answer: Steps

Inside the green house there was a white house
Inside the white house there was a red house.
Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

Riddle’s answer: Watermelon

If you break me, I’ll not stop working.
If you can touch me, my work is done.
If you lose me, you must find me with a ring soon after.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: The heart

Creatures of power, creatures of grace,
Creatures of beauty, creatures of strength.
As for their lives,
they set everything’s pace,
For all things must come to live
under their emerald embrace. . .
Either in their life, or in their death.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Tree

I have the same name as a porcelain face,
yet I carry great loads from place to place.

Riddle’s answer: Dolly

It has a long neck,
A name of a bird,
Feeds on cargo of ships,
It’s not alive,

Riddle’s answer: Crane

Long and turgid,
Small and flacid,
Could be straight or bent,
White or black,
Thin or fat.

What is it?

Riddle’s answer: Penis

What demands an answer but asks no question?

Riddle’s answer: A Telephone

I cut through evil
like a double edged sword,
And chaos flees at my approach.
Balance I single-handedly upraise,
Through battles fought with heart and mind,
Instead of with my gaze.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Justice

Always invisible, yet never out of sight. What are they?

Riddle’s answer: The letters I & S

You are trapped in a room made of dry cement, with four walls, a ceiling, floor, no windows nor doors, holes are scarce, and all you have is a box of matches.

How do you get out of the room?

Riddle’s answer: Three strikes, and you’re out


Riddle’s answer: H20

Placed above it makes greater things small. Placed beside it makes small things greater. In matters that counts it always comes first. Where others increase it keeps all things the same. What is it?

Riddle’s answer: 1

I’m by nature solitary, scarred by spear
and wounded by sword, weary of battle.
I frequently see the face of war, and fight
hateful enemies; yet I hold no hope
of help being brought to me in the battle,
before I’m eventually done to death.
In the stronghold of the city sharp-edged swords,
skilfully forged in the flame by smiths,
bite deeply into me. I can but await
a more fearsome encounter; it is not for me
to discover in the city any of those doctors
who heal grievous wounds with roots and herbs.
The scars from sword wounds gape wider and wider;
death blows are dealt to me by day and by night.

Riddle’s answer: Shield

What is put on a table, cut, but never eaten?

Riddle’s answer: Cards

As I was going to St Ives
I met a man with seven wives.
Each wife had seven sacks,
Each sack had seven cats,
Each cat had seven kits;
Kits, cats, sacks and wives –
How many were going to St Ives?

Riddle’s answer: One

How can a woman living in New Jersey, legally marry 3 men, without ever getting a divorce, be widowed, or becoming legally separated?

Riddle’s answer: She’s a Justice of the Peace

Within, I clean all that is bad and is old.
I make juice that’s the color of gold.
Should I die, a filter machine would you need assembled to replace me
… and beans I resemble.

Riddle’s answer: Kidney

What travels alone but is never alone, has a name but doesn’t exist

Riddle’s answer: A shadow

I turn around once,
What is out will not get in.
I turn around again,
What is in will not get out.

Riddle’s answer: Iceberg

What runs around a city
but never moves?

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: City Wall

An arm points north, east, south, then west.
Ever in circles, never pausing to rest.
It passes its brother twenty three times,
As the sun passes by and the moon starts to climb.

Riddle’s answer: Clock

It comes only before,
It comes only after,
Rises only in darkness,
But rises only in light.
It is always the same,
But is yet always different.

What am I?

Riddle’s answer: Moon

And favourite to eat
Has only two toes on print of feet
Colours many
Almost any Country child would have seen one

Riddle’s answer: Chicken

My thunder comes before my lightning.
My lightning comes before my rain.
And my rain dries all the ground it touches.
What am I?

Riddle’s answer: A volcano

There are 3 words in the English language. These three words all end in -gry. One is hungry, the other is angry. The third is one that you use every day, if you were paying attention I already gave you the answer.

Riddle’s answer: The English Language

I am born in fear, raised in truth,
and I come to my own in deed.
When comes a time that I’m called forth,
I come to serve the cause of need.

Riddle’s answer: Courage

What can you sit on, sleep on, and brush your teeth with?

Riddle’s answer: A chair, a bed, and a toothbrush.

What happens four times in every week, twice in every month and once in a year?

Riddle’s answer: e

What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and gray when you throw it away?

Riddle’s answer: Charcoal

What makes noise,
stops noise,
and does not like noise?

Riddle’s answer: Your wife

What work is it that the faster you work,
the longer it is before you’re done,
and the slower you work,
the sooner you’re finished?

Riddle’s answer: Roasting meat on a spit

A beggar’s brother died, but the man who died had no brother.

How could this be?
the beggar was..

Riddle’s answer: The beggar was a woman

There is a guy called Mr. Wood. He is a detective and he has to work out mysteries. One day he went to a scene of a suicide.

He walked inside and saw his dear friend Tom.

Tom was facing down on a table with a gun in his right hand. There was a pool of blood on the table, also a napkin and a book.

Mr. Wood looked around the room, and then he saw a cassette tape recorder, he went over to it and pressed play. The sounds of the tape were as follows :

It was Tom’s voice, he said ”Mr. Wood, I know you’ll be the first person to hear this, and you were such a good friend to me, but I can’t go on any longer, I don’t want to live any more” the next sound he heard was a gun shot, and the body fall onto the table.

Mr. Wood paused for a moment, then said ”Tom didn’t commit suicide, he was murdered”

How Does Mr. Wood know tom was murdered?

Riddle’s answer: The tape was already rewound

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