Q: We have eliminated a LOT of possibilities. How are we supposed to solve these last few aspects?
A: Generally speaking, there is 1 more available clue name than the total number of clue cards you need to solve each aspect (e.g. when solving your 4th aspects which requires 3 cards, you have 4 card names left to choose from). But remember you can always confirm duplicate clue cards to the center. For the more rare aspects (Motive, Suspect, & Location), there are only 2 card faces in the deck for each clue name, while the more common aspects (Crime & Object) have 3 card faces for each clue name. Be careful not to lose the cards with the clue names of those remaining on your list, otherwise you probably won’t be able to solve the corresponding aspect.