Cracker Answers

Click each address to reveal the associated name

Surrey, England

Iris Simpkins

Movie: The Holiday

Whoville

Cindy Lou Who

Movie: The Grinch

Nakatomi Plaza, Los Angeles USA?

John McClane

Movie: Die Hard

The North Pole

Rudulph

Movie: The Red Nosed Reindeer

671 Lincoln Avenue, Chicago

Kevin McCallister

Movie: Home Alone

Arendelle

Elsa

Movie: Frozen

The Photo Christmas Card

Clue 1

Have you read the note? It really is that simple…get looking!

Clue 2

I would take a closer look on her coat, that seems a bit odd to me?

Answer

The name IRIS is written in snow on the black coat. Therefore the answer is Iris Simpkins

The Book Voucher

Clue 1

I think you need to roll this one up….

Clue 2

Have you read the titles of those books? The first one is super important!

Answer

Roll the voucher until the Y in the top row reaches the CIND in the same row. You’ll now be able to read the whole top line as CINDY LOU WHO

The Hotel Spa Voucher

Clue 1

Colour really IS key for this one

Clue 2

Have you noticed what letters are what colour? They seem to match the blanks on the back of the card?

Answer

Read only the letters in colour and you’ll see the name John McClane

The Circus Ticket

Clue 1

This looks like a classic anagram to me?

Clue 2

He’s got a very bright nose!

Answer

The solution to the anagram is Rudolph

The Carte Cadeux

Clue 1

I think the numbers dotted around are part of a cipher, maybe for the letters they are beside.

Clue 2

All = 1 12 12

That should help translate the barcode

Answer

The cipher works like this:

A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, D = 4…

Translate the barcode to get Kevin McCallister

Lapland Adventure

Clue 1

That looks like a fold line…

Clue 2

Can you see an order that the letters should go in?

Answer

Fold the piece along the dotted line. This joins up the lines on the front with the lines on the back creating lines from the 4 icons to 4 letters in the title.

You can use the trip schedule to put the icons in order, and the associated letters in order read ELSA