Despite the fact that his wife clearly solved the case after they received their latest box of clues for the murder mystery game Hunt A Killer, 45-year-old Jeffrey Benson claims he could’ve figured it out first if he wanted to.
“I just felt like she should win one,” said Benson. “I mean, I’m always winning during game night, whether it’s a board game, charades or that time we had a few too many glasses of wine and raced in the backyard. She was so into this game, I didn’t want to spoil it for her.”
Molly Benson had a slightly different take on the situation.
“Oh, sure, he let me win. He was really clever about it too, the way he didn’t figure out a single thing the entire time,” she said. “I don’t think he’s ever even watched a true crime show, so it’s no surprise I identified the murderer before he did. And someone should tell him we were supposed to work together anyway!”
“But if he really wants to go there: I won that race in the backyard. Just ask the neighbors.”
Before arguing that he let her win, Benson first blamed his loss on his new reading glasses. “I misread some of the clues and evidence because of these new readers.”
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