This logic puzzle is inspired by the puzzles of Raymond Smullyan, one of my all-time favorite authors. There are four treasure chests, but only one of them has a treasure. Can you figure out which one?
Be sure to read the “fine print” clue above the treasure chests. It will tell you how many sentences are true or false. Then you read the sentences under each chest. Remember, you can’t trust them because at least one will probably be lying — and on some days, they may ALL lie to you!
Sometimes a sentence just says “…?” That means the person who wrote the puzzle is keeping that sentence a secret. The sentence might be telling the truth, or it might be lying, but either way you can’t tell what it says. (That’s okay, you can still solve the puzzle, if you think carefully.)
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