Halloween Bingo 2019: Tracking Post

 

The Books:

International Woman of Mystery:
Locked Room Mystery:
Murder Most Foul:
Psych:
Read by Flashlight or Candle Light:

DeadLands:
Fear the Drowning Deep:
Relics and Curiosities:
Dark Academia: James Hilton: Was It Murder?
Modern Noir:

Ghost Stories:
Gothic:
Free Space:
Truly Terrifying:
Amateur Sleuth:

Cryptozoologist:
Diverse Voices:
Black Cat:
Creepy Crawlies:
Country House Mystery:

Spellbound:
A Grimm Tale:
Creepy Carnivals:
Paint It Black:
Cozy Mysteries:

 

My Square Markers

 

Called but not read

 

Read but not called

 

Read and Called

 

Center Square: Read = Called

 

My Spreadsheet:

 

My Transfiguration Spells

Spell #1:
Spell #2:
Spell #3:

 

My “Virgin” Bingo Card:

Posted for ease of tracking and comparison.

 

 

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