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Friday, 15 December 2017

Easy Halloween Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. All Halloween lovers should know what to say when knocking on the door! “Trick or _____”.





Options:-
Treacle
Trident
Treat
Trump

Q 2. Werewolves are as terrifying as they are ruggedly handsome. But what usually sets off the transformation?



Options:-

Half moon
Full Moon
Total eclipse
Crescent moon

Q 3. Talking about all things lunar, which of these forms of madness is related to the moon?




Options:-
Hysteria
Biebermania
Lunacy
Insanity

Q 4. Are you a pagan? Then it might be time to douse yourself in lucky heather and get on down to this place, where many pagans celebrate Halloween. Where is it?



Options:-
Stonehenge
The Stone Table
The Blue Stones of Smurfville
The Stone Circle

Q 5. Halloween is a good time to start messing with the occult. Go on, WE DARE YOU. Which of these is proposed by some as a means of communicating with the dead?



Options:-
A Monopoly Board
A Ouija Board
A Kaleidoscope
A Scrabble Board


Q 6. You might recognise this guy as the chap who comes to collect the dead. He literally can’t get enough of it. He’s referred to as ‘The ____ Reaper’.



Options:-

Great
Grizzly
Grim
Gross

Q 7. Talking of creepy guys who never die, this is Baron Samedi. He’s a fearsome figure prevalent in which culture?



Options:-

Bavarian
Aztec
Zulu
Voodoo

Q 8. If Halloween doesn’t frighten you, maybe the risk of type two diabetes will. What is the most commonly consumed Halloween candy in the US after chocolate?



Options:-

Candy Floss
Candy Corn
Bonbonbonbons
Haribo

Q 9. “Where there is no imagination, there is no horror”. Which English writer penned this spooky quote?



Options:-

J.K.Rowling
Terry Pratchett
Steven King
Arthur Conan Doyle

Q 10. We might usually associate ghosts with Halloween, but these cheeky translucent charmers also turn up at other holiday’s, such as in Charles Dickens’ _______.



Options:-

The Christmas Carol
Oliver Twist
David Copperfield
A Tale of Two Cities

Q 11. Bats are spooky, sure, but they also carry infectious diseases. Which of these is not carried by bats?



Options:-

Sars
Rabies
HIV
Ebola

Q 12. Speaking of deadly infectious diseases spread by animals, the horror film 28 days later features a zombie apocalypse breaking out after a disease is spread from which primate?



Options:-

Bonobo
Chimp
Orangutan
Gorilla

Q 13. AVADA KEDAVRA! Hey, good dodge. Halloween is the perfect time to try out your best Harry Potter spells, but which of these would you use to ward of the menacing dementors?



Options:-

Crucio
Expelliarmus
Lumus
Expecto-Patronum

Q 14. Halloween is the time for hidden monsters to sneak out from the woodwork. But which one of these legendary monsters is said to live in the Himalayas?



Options:-
Bigfoot
The Yeti
The Dartmoor Beast
Cyclops

Q 15. This might look a bit like Halloween, but actually it’s a different celebration entirely. It’s _____.



Options:-

Gai Jatra
Finados
Dia de Muertos
St Patrick's Day

Q 16. A similar festival which honours the dead is called Obon and has Buddhist origins. You’ll find it in _____.



Options:-

China
India
Korea
Japan

Q 17. “Pumpkins scream in the dead of night!” Which film features this spooky lyric?



Options:-

Addams Family Values
Casper
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Worst Witch

Q 18. Dr. Faust famously sold his soul to the devil in what became known as a ‘Faustian pact’. But what was the name of the demon with which he wagers his soul?



Options:-

Ziminiar
Beelzebub
Krampus
Mephistopheles

Q 19. Vampire bats. Nasty little blighters, but somehow adorably cute. But does this little guy fit into the category of ‘vampire bat’?



Options:-

Yes
No

Q 20. Cobwebs are popular decorations at Halloween time, but an experiment in which spiders were given psychoactive substances showed that it really affects their web spinning skills! The web below was spun under the influence of what?



Options:-

Cannabis
LSD
Peyote
Caffeine

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