Blackwood & Bell Mysteries Garden Tool Shed: Our guide to finding every item

As we continue our trip through Chapter 4 of Blackwood & Bell Mysteries on Facebook, we're greeted by arguably the most difficult scene we've ever faced: Garden Tool Shed. This is a dark scene, with tons of shadows and plenty of tiny objects to find. Making matters worse, many of these items match the color of the background, making this one challenging, yet also enjoyable scene to play. We're here with a guide to help you find this scene's many items, so let's get started!

Note: The items you'll receive will just be a selection of all of those pictured below. If you're looking to find a particular item: Hit Ctrl +F (or Command + F if on a Mac) and type in the name of the object you're looking for. This will take you directly to its image.

Set 1:

  • Padlock

  • Hammer

  • Glass Jar

  • Stool

  • Fan

  • Boots

Set 2:

  • Lawnmower

  • Hatchet

  • Bananas

  • Typewriter

  • Tire

  • Hockey Mask

Set 3:

  • Musket

  • Saw

  • Cream Jug

  • Bear Trap

  • Butcher Knife

  • Bottle

Set 4:

  • Watering Can

  • Madonna

  • Pinwheel

  • Parcel

  • Chisel

Set 5:

  • Sifter

  • Pitchfork

  • Toolbox

  • Straw Hat

  • Pot

  • Anchor

Set 6:

  • Deer Head

  • Hockey Stick

  • Square Shovel

  • Wrench

  • Rags

  • Spade Shovel

Set 7:

  • Pliers

  • Mouse

  • Horn

Set 8:

  • Hook

  • Gears

  • Rake

  • Keep Out

Set 9:

  • Ladder

  • Scissors

  • Basket

  • Diamond

There are still additional items to find in this scene (like the bouquet of flowers on the desk), but they aren't pictured above due to the fact that the game offers a different set of hidden objects each time you play the game. We'll make sure to keep playing this scene and will update this space when we've found more items to help you out. Stay tuned!

Check out the rest of our Blackwood & Bell Mysteries cheats and tips right here.

What do you think of this Garden Tool Shed level? Do you prefer your scenes to be this dark and challenging, or do you prefer easier scenes that can be completed more quickly? Sound off in the comments.

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