LAST EDITED ON 07-10-13 AT 06:10 PM (EST)
A recent post on the ABC site
I suspect Ronnie, but a recent interview came out with Ulysses and he says that the killer doesn't know the puzzle information either and has to play with everyone else to find the clue.
No link to the interview, unfortunately.
The scared cards aren't given to the two contestants who were the most wrong in their explanations of the murder. The contestant who was the most wrong, and therefore the next to die, receives a scared card. But the second scared card could be given to any contestant, even the killer.
The killer learns what is going to happen. But he or she doesn't know about the riddles, so the killer has to play along just like everyone else to figure it out.
The mountain lion that you saw killing Don in last week's episode was trained and cost $5,000 an hour. But the lion wasn't very obedient. They had to pepper spray the lion to get it off the Don dummy when they were done filming.
Contestants can't communicate with each other when the camera isn't rolling. They were isolated in their rooms. The producers wanted to make sure that contestants couldn't work with each other and form alliances when the camera wasn't rolling.
Filming hours varied each day. Sometimes, contestants would be filmed until midnight, and sometimes they would wake up at 3 a.m. to start their days.
The show has a $750,000 budget per day. Emmy-award winning makeup artists were hired as part of the budget to make the "murdered" contestants look dead. Sometimes contestants are in makeup for four to eight hours.
Ulysses has chosen to go the morgue every single episode so far. You might be wondering why he does that. Ulysses and Kam made a pact in the very beginning for Ulysses to go to the morgue and Kam to go to the crime scene each week. This way, they would be sure they got clues from different locations and could better exchange information that way.