Lemony Snicket’s 13 Shocking Secrets!

Warning: Before you scroll down, I must remind you that this is a SPOILER!

I myself searched the entire 13 books like one of the VFD volunteers and finally I came down to the 13th of the 13 secrets… You could also do your own research in LemonySnicket.com

The book told about the Baudelaires narrated by Lemony Snicket. But here, Lemony Snicket is in the spotlight!

he searched for the Baudelaire orphans

#1           Lemony Snicket is not who you think he is.

#2           Lemony Snicket is one of the three orphans/siblings.

#3           Lemony Snicket’s niece is an orphan.

THE BAD BEGINNING

The wretched book that started all the trouble.

Book the First, in which:

•  The Baudelaire mansion is destroyed by a suspicious fire.

•  Count Olaf, criminal mastermind, adopts three orphans.

•  Violet Baudelaire invents a grappling  _  _  _  _.

My answer:        grappling hook

THE REPTILE ROOM

More venomous than a viper, and almost twice as unnerving.

Book the Second, in which:

•  Dr. Montgomery Montgomery, world renowned

herpetologist, unveils the Incredibly Deadly Viper.

•  The Baudelaire orphans and their uncle attend  _  _  _  _  _  _  _

IN THE SNOW, a film by Dr. Gustav Sebald.

•  Someone important disguised as a taxi driver

passes unnoticed.

My answer:        zombies

THE WIDE WINDOW

More destructive than a hurricane, and almost as damp.

Book the Third, in which:

•  Aunt Josephine reveals that her mother-in-law had only one

eyebrow.

•  Someone tells the story of how  _  _  _   Anwhistle was

eaten alive.

•  A secret message is sent using grammatical errors.

My answer:        Ike Anwhistle

#4           Lemony Snicket’s wanted for arson.

#5           Lemony Snicket grew up with a terrible villain.

THE MISERABLE MILL

More arduous than hard labor, and almost as rewarding.

Book the Fourth, in which:

•  The Baudelaires are put to work in a factory owned

by a man known only as  _  _  _ .

•  Lemony Snicket mentions a 200-page book written by Beatrice.

•  Sunny Baudelaire defends herself in a sword fight using her teeth.

My answer:        Sir

THE AUSTERE ACADEMY

More ghastly than boarding school, and almost as interminable.

Book the Fifth, in which:

•  At boarding school, the Baudelaires befriend the Quagmire

triplets, who also lost everything in a suspicious fire.

•  Duncan Quagmire discovers an article in the Bangkok Gazette

regarding an escaped murderer matching the description of

Count Olaf.

•  Sunny Baudelaire is impersonated by a sack of  _  _  _  _  _ .

My answer:        Flour

THE ERSATZ ELEVATOR

More eerie than an elevator shaft, and almost as dark.

Book the Sixth, in which:

•  Two of the orphans are imprisoned in a dark cage

deep underground.

•  A plot involving a secret island is briefly referred to.

•  A box containing V.F.D. is opened, revealing

Very Fancy _  _  _  _  _  _  _ .

My answer:        Dollies

#6           Lemony Snicket attended boarding school.

#7           When he was a baby, Lemony Snicket was kidnapped by a secret organization.

THE VILE VILLAGE

More terrifying than a mob, and almost as ill-tempered.

Book the Seventh, in which:

•  The Daily Punctilio publishes an inaccurate story

regarding the death of Count Olaf.

•  Crows are used to transmit secret messages.

•  Someone tries to escape in a  _  _  _  _  –  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _

hot air mobile home.

My answer:        Self-Sustaining

THE HOSTILE HOSPITAL

More distasteful than medicine, and almost as sick.

Book the Eighth, in which:

•  The Snicket File is discovered.

•  14-year-old Laura V.  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  is wheeled

into an operating theater to have her head removed.

•  The existence of a secret pocket in the Baudelaires’ mother’s coat

is revealed.

My answer:        Laura V. Bleedotite

THE CARNIVOROUS CARNIVAL

More frightening than a fortune teller, and almost as suspicious.

Book the Ninth, in which:

•  A fortune teller’s crystal ball is broken – for the second time.

•  The expression “the belly of the beast” appears eight times.

•  A person is devoured by  _  _  _  _  _ .

My answer:        lions

#8           Lemony Snicket was fired from “The Daily Punctilio”.

#9           Lemony Snicket helped Beatrice commit a serious crime before her death.

THE SLIPPERY SLOPE

More chilling than winter, and almost as icy.

Book the Tenth, in which:

•  The Baudelaires discover V.F.D. Headquarters.

•  Klaus Baudelaire recalls finding a box of Verdant Flammable

Devices inside his father’s desk.

•  Sunny Baudelaire prepares False Spring Rolls for her

captors on Mount  _  _  _  _  _  _  _ .

My answer:        Mount Fraught

THE GRIM GROTTO

More mysterious than the ocean, and almost as deep.

Book the Eleventh, in which:

•  The water cycle takes on unusual importance.

•  The rare and poisonous Medusoid  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  _  spreads.

•  The Baudelaire orphans return to the site of their first misfortune.

My answer:       Medusoid Mycelium

THE PENULTIMATE PERIL

More uncomfortable than a hotel, and almost as unsettling.

Book the Twelfth, in which:

•  Carmelita Spats, the least delightful person on earth,

is given a harpoon gun.

•  Count Olaf is put on trial.

•  The Baudelaires murder  _  _  _  _  _ .

My answer:        Dewey Denouement

#10         Lemony Snicket was disguised as a bullfighter when he was captured.

#11         Lemony Snicket’s work is filled with secret messages meant for his associates.

#12         Lemony Snicket has a tattoo of an eye on his ankle.

#13         In my answers, combined the bold letters and you’ll also get what’s Lemony Snicket’s 13th secret!

Comment down below if you know the answer! Happy Hunting VFD Volunteers!

20 thoughts on “Lemony Snicket’s 13 Shocking Secrets!

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  3. Thank you for the sensible critique. Me and my friend were just preparing to do some research about this. We got a book from our local library but I think I learned more from this post. I am very glad to see such fantastic information being shared freely out there..

  4. I found that some of the quotes in the booklet thing were wrong, the one bellow the description of codes VFD usued to correspond was one i noticed in particular

  5. The answer is…* He Is Finished*… What does that mean?

    also good page! This really helped my friend and I. We always have crazy projects.*fun stuff*

    1. Hi Alison, thanks for dropping by! Snicket might mean that he is finally done in his search on the whereabouts of the Baudelaire orphans? The ending is a cliffhanger. It’s like his longing for Beatrice, he is looking for something he will never find: his forever with her. Surely, I’m not satisfied.😛

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