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Playing Barbies on Father's Day

What do my youngest daughters want to do on Father's Day?  Play with Barbies, of course.  But when Dad plays, the game changes a bit.  Here's our Father's Day Barbie Mystery.  Can you solve it?  Leave your solution and explanation in the comments section.  Or comment on Facebook here.   

 How Dad likes to play with Barbies

Boz and Shakes like their women tall. Very tall.This party is heating up!Poe crashes the party.

Oh no! Shakespeare drowns! Was it an accident?Sherlock Holmes and Dr Barbie arrive at the crime scene.Sherlock examines the corpse.Holmes and Barbie grill the suspects.Talk, Dickens! Tell us what you know.Liv Doll Sophie refuses to talk.Theresa says, "It was Poe! Poe murdered Shakespeare!"Poe is defiant. "You can't make me talk, Holmes. I invented guys like you."The suspects: Charles Dickens, Theresa, Edgar Allan Poe, and Liv Doll Sophie.So who drowned Shakespeare in the Barbie pool?  Leave your explanation to the mystery and an explanation in the comments below.  Or visit me on Facebook and leave your comments there.  In a few days, I'll post our solution.  

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Reader Comments (5)

Definitely Poe. Dickens is the most innocent literary icon I have ever beheld. ;)

June 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCammy L. Stevens

Clearly it was a suicide to upstage Rodney King... BTW, so glad to know that someone played Murder Mystery Barbie besides me...

June 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterElena E. Smith

Dickens could have handled her; Shakespeare would have un-Barbied her.

August 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterShelley

My daughter is always asked me about barbie collection and yet I didn't buy her.Know I understand why she's longing for this toy and it seems I start to like it too even I'm too old for it just a collection.

August 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNorth Kingsfield

It was definitely Sophie. She's too scared to say anything but it was an accident. She tells Theresa the terrifying details and to protect Sophie pins the death on Poe who is the most likely suspect of the bunch. Poe refuses to talk only because of his naturally stern disposition.

April 11, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterAlec Kostival

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