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This an incomplete list of Carmen Sandiego Clue Answers. Use CTRL + F to find the clue you are looking for.

You might find her taking the MTR down Johnston Road to Causeway.
Answer: Hong Kong, China

I heard he just plunged twenty stories down the Abyss Turbo Drop.
Answer: Hong Kong, China

He was an endless font of curiosity. At least that's how I interpreted his constant demands to know what I "had on him."
Answer: Paranoia

Odds are you'll find him lurking around the Harem.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

He dropped this photo. I don't know where this is, but it reminds me of an old Peter Ustinov movie.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

He wanted to see if the palace was really like Mozart made it sound.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

It's hard to describe his hair color. It was almost like every color at once.
Answer: Dark

I'll tell you where to find him: head into the Egyptian Bazaar, and hang a left onto Mat Maker's Street.
Answer: Istanbul, Turkey

Before she left, she asked me if I had any tips for moving a sculpture, it shows somebody sitting down, and oh yeah, it weighs over 250 tons. I told her I'd have to get back to her.
Answer: Hong Kong, China

She tracked a bunch of clay in here. Where'd she get that?
Answer: Tennis

Look at her Facebook update: se stowed away in a shipping container, she can't get out, and she has no idea where she is! But she says he heard a bell ring 108 times today?
Answer: Hong Kong, China

She told someone to meet her at a sculpture of Jesus that's carved into a tree?
Answer: Quito, Ecuador

She told me she wants to take lasso lessons from an authentic chagra.  Somehow before this is over I'm guessing she'll be the one who's hogtied.
Answer: Quito, Ecuador

I would describe her as cinnamon-headed.  In color, that is, though rest assured I also tasted it.  It was a bit nuttier than your standard red.
Answer: Auburn

She said she's leaving the city to sail to an "island of flowers"?
Answer: Panama City, Panama

She told me she had a plan.
Answer: Panama City, Panama

She had to see a man.
Answer: Panama City, Panama

She's sailing through a canal. But which one?
Answer: Panama City, Panama

She's on an island whose name means "many fish." Maybe she's fishing?
Answer: Panama City, Panama

I think even her clothes were made of soy. I bet tofu would make nice cushiony socks.
Answer: Zero Carbon Footprint

It looked like she'd stolen something from the Tower of London, though it could have just flown away itself.
Answer: Pet Raven

Here, look at this photo your friend dropped. It's an old sculpture with a man's face - that's either an old pagan god, or the bassist for Goblin.
Answer: Rome, Italy

She said something about a staircase that was built to commemorate the end of the plague. Me, if I had to tend to a city full of sick people, I would build an escalator.
Answer: Rome, Italy

I did hear her making a bet with someone: "Why should I be scared to stick my hand in some old manhole cover?"
Answer: Rome, Italy

She was determined to see the Altar of Heaven, even if she had to get there on her knees!
Answer: Rome, Italy

She mentioned she was checking out one of the world's oldest lie detectors, just to see if she could beat it.
Answer: Rome, Italy

She's going to a city that takes its name from the word for 'lagoon.'
Answer: Lagos, Nigeria

Well, I know that the name of the suburb where she's staying translates to 'three shore.'
Answer: Lagos, Nigeria

Last time I ran into her, she passed along this terrific recipe for pepper soup she picked up at a chop bar.
Answer: Lagos, Nigeria

She mentioned something about heading to the water to listen to a wave organ?
Answer: San Francisco, California

While you're in the city where she went, don't miss Frank's museum - it's the bomb.
Answer: San Francisco, California

I heard a spy satellite saw the suspect flipping through the collected letters of Emperor Norton I.
Answer: San Francisco, California

Her tresses seemed to alternate between umber and rust, depending on the light.  Even so, she refused to let me paint her in the nude.
Answer: Auburn

She had this far-out look in her eyes. She said she was going to learn about new ways of "seeing".  What could I say but, "far out?"
Answer: San Francisco, California

I thought he was a shoplifter, because he looked like he could do exactly that.
Answer: Athletic

He told me he'd be "down by the harbor, diving for pearls"?
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

He whispered something about a rendezvous by the statue of the "Father of Surfing."
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

He's on that boulevard, the road that's named for a big ring?
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

I told him if he wants good luck, to do what the students do: Head up by the Castle and rub the statue of Hadik's horse. Just look for the shiny part, you can't miss it.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

If you're going to catch him, you'd better have an ace up your sleeve.  Because he'd stuffed a bunch into his pant legs.
Answer: Gambling

You want good luck while you're over there? Do as I told your friend: Find the statue of the historian Anonymous, and rub his pen.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

He said something about stopping by Brooklin to speak with his broker.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

I know he was searching for something connected to Van Gogh's student.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

All I heard is that he's headed to an art museum that's just off the street.
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

He must have had a thing for consonants, because he kept repeating them.
Answer: Stutter

He mentioned that an Italian gallery owner helped found the museum. That narrows it down, right?
Answer: Sao Paulo, Brazil

He was telling me about an iron pillar that's stood for a millenium and a half without rusting. He thought it would make a terrific umbrella rack.
Answer: New Delhi, India

His eyes were the color of a popular canned vegetable spokesman, though they were anything but jolly. And also average-sized.
Answer: Green

Yeah, I know where he's going, but I don't agree with it. I like the old deli better.
Answer: New Delhi, India

She wanted to rent a boat, but she said it could be no bigger than 950 feet long and 106 feet wide.
Answer: Panama City, Panama

He looked important. Or at least he was willing to hire someone to make him look important.
Answer: Bodyguard

He mentioned something about scoping out a museum that curves around like a snail, and ends with a replica of the country's constitution. I dunno - why would you bother stealing a replica?
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

He didn't say much when he passed through here - only that he was going to see a woman whose face was painted with bells.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

I know he was looking for a major artifact of the Mesoamerican period, but what and where, I'm not sure.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

I'll say this much: if his eyes were prose, they'd be overdone.
Answer: Violet

I only overheard this: he's headed to an ancient Temple, to check out a massive stone relief.  But I don't know what's on it or where it is.
Answer: Mexico City, Mexico

I know he's a fan of Kawkab, in the Botola league. Maybe he'll show up to see them?
Answer: Marrakesh, Morocco

I think I know where they went, but who would have imagined that one of the most precious public spaces in that city owes a debt to Yves Saint Laurent? Even the cacti have a je ne sais quoi.
Answer: Marrakesh, Morocco

Looking into his eyes, I had a deep desire for a piece of grape gum.
Answer: Violet

If you were fattening him up to eat him, you'd already have succeeded. Er... not that I'm advocating cannibalism.
Answer: Stocky

He told me he had the perfect place to stay, but he was a little scared of the "black echo."
Answer: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

He said he'd try to stay underground, but he's not as brave as MacGregor.
Answer: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Everything I know about the city where he went, I learned from Schönberg and Boublil.
Answer: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
 
 
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24 comments:

Jessica said...

The one about "tracked clay in here" can't be horticulture; I just got that clue and none of my 16 suspects have horticulture as a hobby. Maybe tennis (clay courts)?

Mike said...

Hmm maybe. I'll leave it blank for the time being.

Anonymous said...

All she said said is she is going after Don VanHooser's badge.
= San Diego, California

You might find her taking her headsets and her favorite monologue to the Old Globe Theatre. But I'm not sure which of the three stages she's near.
= San Diego, California.

Anonymous said...

I know where she went. We were just talking about the famous flat arch - and how it got a whole lot flatter in 2003.

Answer: Panama City, Panama

Anonymous said...

Your suspect asked me for everything I knew about the opera of that city. I said all I know about it, I learned from Jackie Chan.

Answer: Beijing, China

(this one screwed me because if you research the Peking Opera School where Jackie Chan attended it will lead you to Hong Kong, but that's not the answer to this clue)

Anonymous said...

He's going to where the King's Way meets the Queen's Way--or it was the Queen's, until they gave it to the people.

Answer: New Delhi, India

Anonymous said...

I heard he wants to fiddle with the Morse Code decoder outside the war museum.

Answer: Ottawa, Canada

Anonymous said...

He has a rendezvous by the tomb of a great physician.

He could be lurking around St. Sebastian’s. I guess it's easier to mingle with the upper crust when they can't run away from you.

If you're in town during the festival, don't miss a chance to see Jedermann in the Square.

Answer to above 3 clues: Salzburg, Austria

Anonymous said...

Her hair was like the bottom part of a famous Bob Dylan album title. Or was it the top part? Could be both.

Answer: Blonde

Anonymous said...

He's probably hiding in the only walled city in North America.

Quebec, Canada

Anonymous said...

He told me that everything he knows about this city, he learned from "Forever Fever," and that's the way he likes it.

All I heard as he was walking by was something about "raffles" and a "statue." So, maybe he's raffling off a statue?

He said he was going to go over to the Quay to look for a particular statue, but I warned him that the one down there is a replica; the original is somewhere else in the city.

Singapore

Anonymous said...

She had real eagle eyes. Not in terms of sharpness, more in terms of below-the-neck feather color.

Mike said...

Brown I think.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like he's down on his luck. Last I heard he was in the cloisters of a cathedral, trying to steal bread from the geese.

He went to a show at the only concert hall in Europe that's lit by natural light. I remember because he said he was bringing a flashlight for the bathroom.

Both = Barcelona, Spain

Anonymous said...

He had white hair. At least I think he did. A lot of it seemed to be crawling around.

There were grass stains all over his knees. And face. And teeth.

both = poor hygiene

Anonymous said...

She mentioned something about heading to the city hall to check the time.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

Anonymous said...

She told me she couldn't get up the nerve for a bungee jump, but she would do a virtual one in a heartbeat.

She had to schedule a rendezvous, so I suggested where she could find a meeting house.

The message was garbled because she was sitting on her cell phone, but she was griping about getting lost in a museum with her papa?

Sure, I just heard from her. She can't get over how everyone she talks to has an accent like Jango Fett's.

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND

Anonymous said...

She sent me this postcard, from a palace she visited. Above the entrance you can see a sculpture of Sant Jordi fighting the Dragon.

Where did she go ... I'm trying to think of it but I've got a song stuck in my head, the one Luara Hayrapetyan sang at Eurovision in 2009. Eh, it'll come to me.

Both = Barcelona, Spain

Anonymous said...

I know she was eager to see the Lady of Shalott.

Yes, I know exactly where she is! But what the Dickens is she doing there?

Apparently she's a fan of spiders; she wanted to see the current stomping grounds of the original Maman.

All above = London, England

Anonymous said...

He dropped this photo of men and women in striking white robes, with the words 'Cherubim and Seraphim' scrawled on the back.

Answer: Lagos

Anonymous said...

I know one thing: she's a big fan of Don Juan d'Austria.

She was headed to a maritime museum.

She told me she was scoping out 'the Real,' whatever that means. Sounds kinda metaphysical to me.

Where did I see her last ... hey, in their student days, who d'you think would've won in a fight - Míro or Picasso?

All above = Barcelona, Spain

Anonymous said...

Don't miss the dragon boat race. Your friend might be there, rooting for the local British Dragon Boat Team.

Singapore

Anonymous said...

She got off the train at District 3, rode a motorcycle taxi over to District 1, got totally lost, and wound up in District 10.

Answer: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Anonymous said...

I heard she was watching a dogsled race that went right through the city.

She was hoping to get into town in time for the Winter Carnival. You know, that mascot always reminded me of that thing in "Ghostbusters."

Quebec