But Will's answer brought Lecter's attention completely back to the problem at hand. "Because she hoped this man she'd met would turn up her sister's funeral if he'd turned up to her mother's."
It was the answer given by ninety percent of serial killers tested. Never before had Lecter known an innocent man give that answer, for there were so many other reasons that should have occurred first to a
Originally posted by William
Here's a "mind bender" for you:
(I know the correct answer, and the reasons someone might discover the correct answer.)
While at her mother's funeral, Sally met a very interesting man, but didn't find out who he was.
Sally never saw the man again.
Why did Sally kill her sister?
(If you've heard this before and know the answer, hold off and see how intelligent our members are.)
[Edited on 3-6-2003 by William]