The Book of Wisdom - Episode 3 - The Theft

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    name: RedSandman


    The books are propped up on the inside of the closed door. That would not have happened unless somebody inside has pushed then there. The thief could not have done that.

  • The door is closed with books infront of it. Someone in the library would have had to put the books there as leaving through the door would push them out of the way.


    Dan - Anglosphere 2

  • The door opens on the inside. The books were put on the ground while the door was shut. So the "thief" stole the book, went out, the librarian closed the door then scramble all the books on the floor to make it looks like he was robbed.


    Playing on Anglo server 1

    Name: Kurt Cobain

  • The door has books in front and they shouldn't be there if the thief tryed to get out from there, someone probably staged the thing when the thief was already gone


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    Dom


    The door opens inward towards the bookshelves but has books behind it, meaning that someone planted the books to make it look like a struggle.

  • Books on the floor in front of the door that the thief (supposedly) used to exit the room. These books MUST have been put there by the librarian.

    Harriet Jones
    Anglosphere 5

  • Short: Not possible for the books to lay right in front the inward moving door if the thief escaped that way.


    Long: The librarian said: "He ran out through that door on the other side of the library". In the picture we see this door moves inward. This means that if the thief indeed would have ran that way, there would be no books in front of the door or at least they would have been shoved aside when the door was opened. I.e.: either the librarian made all the mess after the thief left through the door or he lied about the thief's escape route.

  • The books and the door.


    The hinges on the door are such that the door would open inwards.

    If the thief ran out of the door, the books at the bottom of the door would not be there, they would have been pushed aside because of the door opening.


    In the picture, the books are still there, right behind the closed door, so the door was never opened.

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    Anglo2

  • Short: Not possible for the books to lay right in front the inward moving door if the thief escaped that way.


    Long: The librarian said: "He ran out through that door on the other side of the library". In the picture we see this door moves inward. This means that if the thief indeed would have ran that way, there would be no books in front of the door or at least they would have been shoved aside when the door was opened. I.e.: either the librarian made all the mess after the thief left through the door or he lied about the thief's escape route.

    Forgot this (woops) :S:

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    The librarian was involved in this because the door has books just behind it...which means that the books were thrown after the thief went out..or its possible the thief was still in.

    If the thief had actually escaped through the door..then the books would be towards one side of the door and not in the path of the door as shown in the picture.

  • A couple things gave the librarian away. First, if he was knocked out by the thief how did he know which direction/door the thief fled. Second, based off the picture the door appears to open inwards based on the pull handle, if the thief fled through said door, how is it that there is a pile of rubbish immediately touching/ blocking the door. The pile would have had to have been placed by the door after the thief exited in an attempt to stage the supposed fight.


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  • Username: Zelephor

    Server: Anglosphere 2


    The librarian claimed to have been knocked out and also claimed to have seen the direction the thief fled. One of these must be a lie as if he was knocked out he would not have been able to witness the thief's flight.