Halloween Bingo 2017: Update 11 — Triple Bingo (Nos. 8, 9 and 10)

Bingo No. 8: Left column.
Bingo No. 9: Bottom row.
Bingo No. 10: Four corners and center square.

 
The “bingo” squares and books read:

Bingo No. 8:

  

 

Bingo No. 9:





 

Bingo No. 10:


 

 

There’s a nice symmetry to the fact that the bingo call which will give me my “real” blackout (and my final three bingos) is going to be for the square that was also my last bingo read — “Supernatural” (Sharyn McCrumb, She Walks These Hills).

 

My Square Markers and “Virgin” Bingo Card:

“Virgin” card posted for ease of tracking and comparison.


Black Kitty:
Read but not called


Black Vignette:
Called but not read

Black Kitty in Black Vignette:
Read and Called

Black Kitty Center Square: (Read = Called)

 
Current Status of Spreadsheet:

(Note: Physical print editions unless stated otherwise)

 

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