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In 1961 a Goya masterpiece disappeared from London's National Gallery.
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Frances Glessner Lee created miniature death scenes to train investigators in the 1940s.
In 1909, Alice Ramsey set out to cross the United States by car.
In 1822, eight desperate prisoners fled a penal colony in western Tasmania.
In 1902, scam artist Cassie Chadwick posed as the illegitimate daughter of Andrew Carnegie.
In 1978, Kim Jong-Il abducted a South Korean actor and director to make films in North Korea.
In 1631, Barbary pirates took 107 slaves from an Irish village.
Ferdinand Demara impersonated 30 people in 20 years.
Detective novelist Arthur Upfield invented the perfect murder -- and then watched a killer adopt it.
Play along as we untangle seven strange-sounding situations using yes-or-no questions.