"The world's largest hand-drawn maze is short on people who want to solve it," says the author of an article in the Wall St. Journal.
"What does it take to make the world's largest hand-drawn maze? Someone to solve it. WSJ's John Miller talks to a Pittsburgh cartoonist who's aiming to make the Guinness Book Of World Records.
Joe Wos, 42 years old, is putting the finishing touches on a 35-foot-long, 4-foot-wide maze filled with thousands of U-turns, intersections and dead ends, and populated with frogs, tuna and pancakes. He is hoping for a world record, but one requirement is that somebody else solve it. That is a problem. Nobody really wants to.
"Let's face it, it will be a pain," acknowledges Mr. Wos, who estimates the task at 30 to 40 hours. There is also a slim chance he has inadvertently sealed the winning path. "I'm 99.4% sure it can be solved," he says.
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