Meet Mister X
As people arrive, explain that there is a mysterious Mister X in the room. Tell them to introduce themselves to everyone asking, "Are you Mister X?" (He is to answer in the affirmative.) At the end of the period, Mister X announces the first person to learn his identity and awards him a prize.
camera, hat, briefcase, binoculars, raincoat, disguise, notebook, walkie-talkie, magnifying glass, official badge, decoder, telephone, sunglasses, pencil
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