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The Mystery League
By Sandor Weisz • Issue #64 • View online
The Mystery League’s main business is putting on team-building events. With the encroaching global pandemic, companies are cancelling the plans they have and putting future events on hold. Which means I need to figure out a new way to make money.
I imagine many of you are suddenly working from home. In this new world, what could The Mystery League do to bring team-building games to remote teams? Zoom-based puzzles? Distributed mailings? I’m open to ideas. Smash that reply button if ya got ’em.
Puzzle of the Week. Take the name a well-known virus. Change two letters and you’ll get the name of a well-known bacteria. Both are known to cause harm to humans. What are they?

This Sculpture Holds a Decades-Old C.I.A. Mystery. And Now, Another Clue. - The New York Times
Sweet 16 puzzle set
Solution to the Previous Puzzle
PYNEVARG → GEVNATYR (From Issue #63)
Congrats to those who solved it correctly: Harrison S., Rose Marcin, Jimmy Smith, Meyers Puzzle Club, Andrew P, Matthew Stein, Evan D Moore, Charles Heckroth, Jim Moskowitz, Nick Karbassi, Adam Schwarz, Kieran, “Michael”, Chris Jones, Brian Casavant, Chris Howard, Jon Cudby, Chris Norborg, Josh T., Jon R., Maggie W., Ellen, Neville Fogarty, Naomi, Scott Joy, Jake N, Fiona Byrd, Matthew Stern, Andrew S., Leland, Bex Veverka, Jacob W, David Edwards, Ben Bass, Corinne H, Lisa Becker, John Tomici, Dana Jara, Daniel Marcin, Chris Cogburn, Genaro Silva.
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