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This Week on Metro Connection: Mysteries, Puzzles & Enigmas

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It's a puzzle!
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It's a puzzle!

As Washington cruises through the sunny days of summer, we decided to go... to the dark side. This week, we're all about the mysterious and unknown: from hidden tunnels and zombies to the search for Sasquatch. So pull up an armchair -- or a beach chair -- and get ready for some Sherlockian digging into the strange and surreal!

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