Dark Blue D 2002 MIT Mystery Hunt


One of the reasons your uncle was so successful was that he always liked to dabble in so many different areas.




The train track is a closed loop that visits every square exactly once, only moves horizontally or vertically from one square to the next, visits every station in numerical order (with ONE following NINE), and never makes a turn when passing through a station.


Six snakes, each long enough to occupy ten unshared squares, are wriggling in the grid below. The snakes' bodies can turn any number of times, but they only bend at right angles. In addition to all of their tails, a few other body parts are shown to get you started.