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Saturday, 16 December 2017

Spooky Halloween Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. You’ll probably recognise this frightening freak as a Jack O Lantern. But from which foodstuff are they usually crafted from?



Options:-
Turnip
Butternut Squash
Pumpkin
Melon

Q 2. Yikes! Something’s spooked this guy good and proper! What do you call this?


Options:-
A Slunk
A Scream
A Serenade
A Shiver

Q 3. I guess you also like films! Watch the following video by simply clicking on play button to get your next question. Be careful, the question itself and possible answers are hiding in it!


Options:-Mean Girls
The Exorcist
Sleepy Hollow
Home Alone

Q 4. “He did the MASH, he did the _____ mash”. You’ve no doubt grooved to this funky Halloween tune, but can you fill in the gap?



Options:-

Potato
Mango
Monster
Munster

Q 5. HALLOWEEN. Even the word is spooky. Don’t think we can’t see you cowering in fright. But which of these is not an anagram of Halloween?



Options:-

Helena Owl
Ale Hen Owl
A When El Le
Whale Noel

Q 6. The three witches of Macbeth are the original Halloween cheerleaders. “When shall we three meet again, in ___, ______ or in _____”. Which one doesn’t fill a gap?



Options:-

Lightning
Fog
Thunder
Rain

Q 7. Whilst Christianity came up with the whole ‘All Hallows Eve’ thing, many of the traditions were already firmly established by a pre-Christian peoples, whose beliefs are usually referred to as _____ .




Options:-
Mysticism
Zoroastrianism
Paganism
Druidism


Q 8. Skulls and crossbones are mighty frightening! But what’s it called when you pop them on a flag and hoist it on a sail?



Options:-

A Scary Mary
A Mouldy Skully
A Boney Betty
A Jolly Roger

Q 9. Halloween might be the best time to bubble up a big ole brew of potion! But which of these would you typically use for potion making?



Options:-

A kettle
A couldron
A wok
A kraken

Q 10. Making your own fake blood can be a fun and frugal way to personalise your Halloween. Which of these is a commonly accepted ingredient in making fake blood?



Options:-

Hydrochloric acid
PVA glue
Dragon tears
Corn syrup

Q 11. Dracula has been depicted by many fine actors, both as a dashing rogue and a violent ne’er do well. Which of these actors has yet to don the black cape and play Dracula?



Options:-

Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Orlando Bloom
Christopher Lee
Gary Oldman

Q 12. Skeletons are a popular fancy dress choice at Halloween, but do you know the name of the British cartoon which featured Big Skeleton, Little Skeleton and Dog Skeleton?



Options:-

Funnybones
Littlebones
Boneybones
Luckybones

Q 13. Black cats are often thought to be an unlucky omen, especially at Halloween time. But in which ancient culture were cats worshiped, including black ones?



Options:-

Mongolia
Egypt
Rome
Greece

Q 14. Halloween can feel like the apocalypse, particularly to the easily frightened elderly folk. How many horsemen of the apocalypse were mentioned in The Bible?



Options:-

Three
Five
Four
Six

Q 15. The story of Frankenstein is a hot topic around Halloween time. But do you know who wrote the original story?



Options:-

H. P. Lovecraft
Anne Rice
Bram Stoker
Mary Shelley

Q 16. The boogieman is under your bed! This monster is commonly conjured up to frighten children into behaving well. Which of these monsters from around the world is not an equivalent of the boogieman?



Options:-

El Coco
Butzeman
Gashadokura
Oude Rode Ogen

Q 17. Halloween may have ancient origins, but it’s certainly keeping up with the times. Which of these is not a downloadable App on android or IOS?


Options:-

Halloween Horror Puzzle
Zombie Smash
Shoot the pumpkin
The Very Hungry Pumpkin+

Q 18. “ZOMBIE, ZOMBIE, ZOMBIE!” No, we’re not just shouting scary Halloween words for the sake of it, this is actually the chorus of a chart-topping song in the 1990s. It’s a protest song about which conflict?



Options:-

The Basque Separatist Movement
The Balkan War
The Gulf War
The Troubles

Q 19. The Nightmare Before Christmas is considered by many obligatory Halloween viewing. But which of these lyrics isn’t quite right?



Options:-

“I am the clown with the breakaway face”
“There’s children throwing snowballs instead of throwing heads”
“A longing that, I’ve ever known”
“He’s ancient, he’s ugly, I don’t know which is worse”

Q 20. Halloween or no Halloween, monsters are universal, and each culture has its own. What is one of the traits of this Japanese monster?


Options:-
Can induce sleep
Can increase weight
Can breathe fire
Can conjure storms

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