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

She checked out a book about Hemingway's six-toed cats. And a book titled, "How to Sell Cats."
Answer: Miami, United States of America

Oh, I reserved his next room - don't recall where, but I do remember it had FDR's middle name.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

She asked me where she could find a statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji on horseback. Is she doing some kind of a scavenger hunt, I wonder?
Answer: Agra, India

I heard she hopped off the Grand Trunk Road and disappeared in the Town of Gardeners.
Answer: Lahore, Pakistan

She mentioned she had to take part in a secret ceremony with the Dracula Club at Aitchison?
Answer: Lahore, Pakistan

She could have been a mole.She certainly talked like one.
Answer: Talks To Animals

I'll tell you this much: if her hair were a woman from history, it'd have ruled England for 9 days in 1553.
Answer: Grey

Well if you don't catch him, a loan shark probably will.  From what I saw, he's pretty much an injured loan seal.
Answer:

He asked if there was a good place to eat nearby. I suggested whatever was stuck to his shirt.
Answer: Bad Hygiene

He's lurking around the dwelling of the "royal hawk"?
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

He made a New Year's resolution to see Jack Lord's office and if possible, turn himself over to him.
Answer: Honolulu, United States of America

He rode to a church somewhere outside the city. They made him leave his horse behind - it kept licking the walls!
Answer: Bogota, Colombia

I only know that he's at a church dedicated to the Patron Saint of Miners.
Answer: Bogota, Colombia

We were batting around ideas on where he should go next, when he asked me to pass the salt. A lightbulb went off!
Answer: Bogota, Colombia

He said he was on his way to the headquarters of Goldman Sachs. That must be where they keep everyone's money sacks.
Answer: New York, United States of America

I warned him not to buy a blazer while he's there.  Everyone in that city has big shoulders.
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

He said something about going to an aquarium in a shed?
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

I know he was headed to a museum in a field.
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

Here, she left behind her smartphone, with this photo on it. It looks like a big glass pyramid? But I can barely tell what's growing inside it ... .
Answer: Sydney, Australia

I know she was going to look for the first farm ever planted by the colonists.  She was hoping to dig up some sweet heirloom vegetables.
Answer: Sydney, Australia

Here, look on Facebook - I just found this photo of her standing by a sandstone statue of Lysicrates.
Answer: Sydney, Australia

She told someone on her phone to meet her at the "Palm Grove."
Answer: Sydney, Australia

She asked me if I had a recommendation: should she go through OAK or SJC?  I suggested she go to whichever was cheapest, but she told me money was no object!
Answer: San Francisco, United States of America

I had trouble eavesdropping on her call, but I know she said that she was going to catch a game at the 'Stick.
Answer: San Francisco, United States of America


I know your suspect is headed for a major port in West Africa.  Does that narrow it down?
Answer: Lagos, Nigeria

Let's see, she did mention something about sailing away in a tin can.  Or did she say she was sailing to Tin Can?
Answer: Lagos, Nigeria

She mentioned she was headed for "a papa." Whose papa, I wonder?
Answer: Lagos, Nigeria

She kept muttering that she was the next Rosey Grier.  Not for sports though, she wanted to make that clear.
Answer: Needlepoint

So she's a crook? Well she won't be the only gangster who's been where she's going.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

She mumbled something about a port city, so I assumed smuggling, but then she started waving around pictures of cruise ships.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

I caught her setting her watch to Eastern Standard Time. Don't know why she was being so sneaky about it.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

When she showed up, she had to duck to get through the door.
Answer: Towering

She said that where she was going, "First you get the money, then you get the power...."
Answer: Miami, United States of America

She was headed for a city in the Tropics.  Guess she's not the day-job type.
Answer: Miami, United States of America

She wanted to see a basketball team with 5 European Championships, but was hoping to avoid Europe.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

She said she wanted to go to study in a kibbutz at the School for Overseas Students. I hope they have a short term, because I doubt she'll be there long.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

She said she was going somewhere she could stroll like a Rothschild, but was worried the Mediterranean air would damage her strolling hat.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

She was unusually interested in intercontinental land-bridges. I guessed she was a civil-tectonic engineer.
Answer: Tel Aviv, Israel

She might be hard to find. That woman could successfully hide behind a lamppost.
Answer: Slim

I believe she's at the mouth of the Illinois and Michigan Canal.
Answer: Chicago, United States of America

I know where she went, but not how she got there.  Maybe she snuck into town on a cruise ship docking at ... oh, what do they call the dock, I know the word means "long line"?
Answer: Copenhagen, Denmark

If she talked one more time about how much more "connected to history" she felt while rolling her own pasta, I'd have put her through the fettucini shredder.
Answer: Italian

Sure, I'll tell you where your girl went. Try not to corrupt the youth while you're over there, okay?
Answer: Athens, Greece

Your suspect was talking about visiting three ancient, public gymnasia, apparently to see if all the athletes still competed while naked.
Answer: Athens, Greece

I think she was shopping at the Oriental Plaza along Jeppe Street.
Answer: Johannesburg, South Africa

She was really eager to see the statue of Stalin's boots.
Answer: Budapest, Hungary

I told her if she's hungry, she'll find something in the Zona G.
Answer: Bogota, Colombia

I found a torn-off piece of her "to do" list. Look at this line: "Museum - July 20." What's she doing on that day?
Answer: Bogota, Colombia

I just know she's meeting someone at a history museum, in a colonial house by a plaza.
Answer: Bogota, Colombia
She's meeting someone near a mosque. Well, near the new mosque. The old one was torn down when they realized it wasn't facing Mecca.  What can you do - it's not like the builders had a GPS back then.
Answer: Marrakesh, Morocco

She's near a building where the booksellers used to ply their wares. In fact, it takes its name from the Arabic for "librarian", al-Koutoubiyyin.
Answer: Marrakesh, Morocco

You might find her at Burle Marx's park, right by the bay.
Answer: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

She was headed to the Gávea district to recruit some university students. Apparently recruitment is a big part of her annual goals.
Answer: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Yeah, I remember her.  But I'd probably remember anyone who walked in here munching on a wheel of cotija.
Answer: Mexican

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

She kept eyeing my shirt-front, like she had plans to redesign it..
Answer: Needlepoint


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54 comments:

Anonymous said...

I couldn't find these, but I may have overlooked them. Just in case:

He was planning a rendezvous at the Monument of Faith on the old parade grounds.

He's headed for a museum in a fire station. But that's all I caught from my eavesdropping.

He said something looking for an "ex machina?"

All are Quebec.

Anonymous said...

She was carrying a sack of canned tomatoes in one hand, and a much lighter sack of stolen diamonds in the other. Wonder which one she was making into sauce?
-Italian (Favorite Food)

She spent the whole time barking into her cell phone.
-Bodyguard

Anonymous said...

Well if you don't catch him/her, a loan shark probably will. From what I saw, he's/she's pretty much an injured loan seal.
-Gambling

Anonymous said...

Sure, I know where she went. She was just asking me which of the two revolving restaurants she should try. I told her they both made me tablesick.

You might find her getting the lay of the land standing right below a 35,000 gallon water tank.

Sydney

Anonymous said...

Oh, I wish I could have gone with her. I've never seen a Troonrede in person!

She told me where she was going, and as an aside she said, "I always hoped I'd make it big - like, warlord big - and land on trial there."

The Hague, Netherlands

Anonymous said...

The city she's visiting is a gorgeous place, steeped in history. I'm glad that Henry Stimson decided to spare it, at least.

She mentioned something about hiding out in Kawai's giant kiln.

Kyoto, Japan

Anonymous said...

I'll be honest, I really only know this city for its world-famous Cat Circus.

He told me he'd be going past a bell that weighs just over 200 tons. I bet him he couldn't ring it with his head!

answers: MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Anonymous said...

Look for him at the Bandit's Post, on Stanley.

He told me he had a place to stay, but it was a bit of a climb. He asked me if I thought he could still get a sedan chair to take him there.

ANSWER: HONG KONG, CHINA

Anonymous said...

Here, he sent me this postcard from the largest mountain in the country. Hey - if you stare at it right, it looks a bit like an ostrich, doesn't it?
ANSWER: Nairobi, Kenya

I heard he was over there scouting some new talent among the Marathon runners.
ANSWER: Nairobi, Kenya

Anonymous said...

You might find him sunbathing on the quad at Yonsei.
Answer: Seoul, Korea

He wants to see the Survivors scrum while he's in town.
Answer: Seoul, Korea

Anonymous said...

Look at the photo she sent me - it's a statue of a woman with a llama on her head!

She wants to try the surf at La Herradura, but I doubt she's ready.

LIMA, PERU

Anonymous said...

She didn't say exactly where she was going, but she mentioned a river that used to be called Sicauna - a name that either means "sacred source," or "weird cat!"

She told me she's headed to a major foodie capital. I couldn't resist telling her that it's also the home of pasteurization.

She's headed to a city that was named for a Celtic tribe that used to live here.

PARIS, FRANCE

Anonymous said...

He dropped these instructions: "The white, blue, and red pipes are safe to sneak through. Beware - green is water and yellow is electricity. Or, just try the front door."

You'll see some odd things in the city where he went. I mean, who would think of turning "The Firebird Suite" into a fountain? At least it should shoot flames.

Paris, France

Anonymous said...

You'll see some odd things in the city where he went. I mean, who would think of turning "The Firebird Suite" into a fountain? At least it should shoot flames.

He dropped these instructions: "The white, blue, and red pipes are safe to sneak through. Beware - green is water and yellow is electricity. Or, just try the front door."

Paris, France

Anonymous said...

He dropped this note, but it just says, "Make the handoff at 88 Garden."

Seoul

Anonymous said...

She had big plans to see "a Pats game." I told her airport security wasn't a game.

Boston

Anonymous said...

I understand she's heading where the schnitzel is high as an elephant's eyes.

Salzburg

Anonymous said...

Maybe this is a clue. He e-mailed me this picture of a fountain topped by a sculpture of a woman, holding an umbrella.

Barcelona, Spain

Amanda said...

I thought I saw her in the news standing by a colorful wall with the words "Wo Ist Kaptn Nemo?" painted at the top.
Answer: Berlin, Germany

She said she was going to get a look at the Queen's bust, and I told her to show some respect.
Answer: Berlin, Germany

I know there's an Egyptian treasure at the New Museum that caught her eye.
Answer: Berlin, Germany

Anonymous said...

She left this photo here. This looks like a tower, and I'm no architect but I'd swear that's a hyperboloid structure.

I heard her planning a rendezvous at a radio tower - but I don't know which one.

I warned her if she hears cannon fire, she shouldn't panic: maybe she's just walking by a concert hall.

All are Moscow, Russia

Clayton said...

He told me he wants to sneak into the largest carillion in the state and teach the students "Achy Breaky Heart."

We were just arguing over which we liked better: Victorian architecture, or Gothic? We settled on Victorian-Gothic.

I only overheard him say, "Meet me at The Tower."

Answer: Austin, United States

Matias said...

Answer for "Well if you don't catch him, a loan shark probably will. From what I saw, he's pretty much an injured loan seal." is GAMBLING

Anonymous said...

He was definitely going to stop by a Military Museum. But which one?

I thought it was odd when he asked me where he could get a good look at a DF-1 missile. But I figured it was safest just to answer him.

Here, look: he just tweeted that he's at some kind of building for observing the moon?

All = Beijing, China

Anonymous said...

Your perp rolled with a pretty rough scene. So rough it was made of asphalt

Answer: Skateboard

Anonymous said...

I just know that she's headed to a giant shopping center, right off the Square.

Answer: Moscow, Russia

Anonymous said...

If eyes were hair, hers would be distinguished.

Anonymous said...

I gave her a warning: if she spots seven black birds flying out of the city, things are about to get dodgy.

Answer: London, England

Anonymous said...

I heard she went to the four Wizard Stones, looking for a miracle cure for a runny nose.

Answer: Honolulu, Hawaii

She's hiding in a costume of shredded fiber. Just stand nearby and listen for the rustling.

Answer: Honolulu, Hawaii

I only know that she's hiding in a museum. Which one? What, am I doing your job for you?

Answer: Honolulu, Hawaii

Anonymous said...

She mentioned she was going to browse through Ashoka's edicts and then catch a cricket game.

Answer: New Delhi, India

Yeah, I know where she's going, but I don't agree with it. I like the old deli better.

Answer: New Delhi, India

Anonymous said...

You might find him lurking outside the "Taj MaHaughey."

Answer: Dublin, Ireland

He told me he was going to pay a visit to a thief, a nun, a crusader, and someone else whose name he didn't catch.

Answer: Dublin, Ireland

Anonymous said...

She wanted to learn about metal from Brader Bo's Vicious Volume.

Answer: Singapore,Singapore

I suggested she grab lunch at one of the restaurants at the pasar besi.

Answer Singapore,Singapore

Anonymous said...

She seemed shaky about her destination after I told her about the Good Friday Earthquake.

Answer: Anchorage, Alaska

Anonymous said...

I would liken her to film's most infamous inferno, except she wasn't actively on fire at the time I saw her.

Answer: Towering

Anonymous said...

He was very interested in the bit about the British Clock Tower in our exhibit on the Falklands War.

Answer: Buenos Aires, Argentina

He said he knew of a cafe on Florida Street that sold the best empanadas.

Answer: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Anonymous said...

He told me he was headed to Italy. Well, not actual Italy -- a much smaller version of the original.

Answer: New York, United States

He wanted to see the work of Robert Moses. So I assume he went to the Robert Red Sea.

Answer: New York, United States

Anonymous said...

The game has added new cities...here are some clues

I suggested she have a look at the Hoover impound, but she said she couldn't see what all the dam fuss was about.

Answer: Las Vegas, United States

If she's staying at one of the city's central hotels, you might actually find her in Paradise.

Answer: Las Vegas, United States

Anonymous said...

She just said she was going to see "the Jade Emperor and his four big diamonds"?

Answer: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Everything I know about the city where she went, I learned from Schönberg and Boublil.

Answer: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Anonymous said...

She whispered that she'd sneak into the fortress by climing along the bottom of the Trinity bridge. (This hint was confusing. Now with new cities, I thought this was in St. Petersburg.)

Answer: Moscow, Russia

If she gets in a bind, she can escape through the secret passage in the Secret Tower

Answer: Moscow, Russia

I know she's going to a building that's the center of government. In fact, they have 47 past rulers just lying around the place, I think for inspiration.

Answer: Moscow, Russia

I warned her if she hears cannon fire, she shouldn't panic: maybe she's just walking by a concert hall.

Answer: Moscow, Russia

Anonymous said...

He told me he was looking for a woman from Tehuantepec?

Answer: San Diego, United States

He's staying in the city where the Spirit of St. Louis was built.

Answer: San Diego, United States

Anonymous said...

He was trying to track down Andy Warhol's portrait of Jamie Wyeth. He said someone named Cheek had it.

Answer: Nashville, USA

He's looking to get a record deal in the Christian music industry. Sorry, the "inspirational" music industry-that's how he put it. He's in the right place, at any rate!

Answer: Nashville, USA

Anonymous said...

I'd look for him in the room where they arrested the Provisional Government. He thought an antique fork would make the perfect souvenir.

Answer: St. Petersburg, Russia

I can tell you he withdrew a hefty sum of money here, and insisted I give it to him all in "catherines."

Answer: St. Petersburg, Russia

He's paddling his gondola up to "the Venice of the North."

Answer: St. Petersburg, Russia

Anonymous said...

If his coat had a name, it would definitely be Harry. Sorry, that's just how I think.

Answer: Fur Coat

Anonymous said...

If he gets tired of the city, I recommended he head east and climb Clingmans Dome. I guess he's not much of an outdoorsman, though, because he said he'd rather go to Dollywood.

Answer: Nashville, USA

Anonymous said...

Look for him at the Bandit's Post, on Stanley.

Answer: Hong Kong, China

Anonymous said...

I offered her tickets to see the Warriors, but she told me watching batsmen run the pitch wasn't her cup of tea.

Answer: Perth, Australia

Word has it she had to pay a $300 fine for pocketing a quokka. Check the State Records Office if you don't believe me.

Answer: Perth, Australia

Anonymous said...

She told me "love is the mystery of water and a star." Of course she also told me her name was Neruda, and I'm pretty sure she pilfered that from someone else.

Answer: Santiago, Chile

Anonymous said...

She's a huge fan of Edwardian Baroque, so I told her she simply has to stop by "the Maj."

Answer: Perth, Australia

She told me she's headed to the capital of WA.

Answer: Perth, Australia

She said something about visiting a colony of swans along the river?

Answer: Perth, Australia

Anonymous said...

It's like Satchmo said, "I see eyes of--" What? Skies? What are you talking about? I'm talking about her eyes here.

Answer: Blue

Anonymous said...

She's off to what in ancient times was called "kher neter."

Answer: Giza, Egypt

She scheduled a rendezvous by the resting place of Wepemnofret.

Answer: Giza, Egypt

Anonymous said...

He was talking to me about the Laura Ingalls Wilder series, but he got the name wrong--it wasn't a little synagogue on the prairie!

Calgary

Anonymous said...

He wanted to get his name into an Olympic hall of fame, but I'm guessing everyone there is still talking about '88.

Calgary

Anonymous said...

If eyes were hair, hers would be distinguished.

Dusky. Dusty. Ashen. Her eyes were an average of those three things.

Answer to all: Smoky

Anonymous said...

Your suspect wanted to steal Tseko Mpolokeng's marathon number, no matter how sweatstained it is.

Lahore

Anonymous said...

I couldn't divine anything from what she said, but she was carrying around a blue flag with a picture of the archangel Michael.

I can't remember where she said she was going, but there was a chicken dish named after the city that she was particularly interested in sampling.

Kiev