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HALLOWEEN TRIVIA Question 1: From which of the following were the first Jack-o-Lanterns made?     A: Pumpkins     B: Turnips     C: Watermelons     D: Potatoes Question 2: What is the name for an intense fear of Halloween?

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Question 1: From which of the following were the first Jack-o-Lanterns made?

    A: Pumpkins    B: Turnips    C: Watermelons    D: Potatoes

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Question 2: What is the name for an intense fear of Halloween?

    A: Samhainophobia    B: Wiccaphobia    C: Phasmophobia    D: Halloweenophobia

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Question 3: According to superstition, whom or what will you see if you look into a mirror on Halloween?

    A: A dead relative    B: Bloody Mary    C: Your future spouse    D: Nothing at all

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Question 4: Sales of which of these Halloween staples total approximately $2 billion per year?

    A: Costumes    B: Candy    C: Pumpkins    D: Tickets to "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"

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Question 5: According to superstition, if you see a spider on Halloween, what is it really?

    A: The spirit of a loved one watching over you    B: A sign of a harsh winter to come    C: An evil spirit attempting to enter you home     D: A friendly ghost protecting your home

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Question 6: Where are vampire bats really from?

    A: Eastern Europe    B: Lower Asia    C: Central and South America    D: North America

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Question 7: What ancient civilization started the tradition of bobbing for apples?

    A: The Romans    B: The Greeks    C: The Anglo-Saxons    D: The Chinese

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Question 8: In what country did the Jack-o-Lantern originate?

    A: Ireland    B: Scotland    C: Italy    D: Greece

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Question 9: When was the first Halloween greeting card made?

    A: In the late 1700s    B: In the early 1800s    C: In the late 1800s    D: In the early 1900s

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Question 10: Which of these incidents gave rise to the fear of people giving out dangerous candy at Halloween?

    A: A housewife playing a prank on kids too old to be trick-or-treating    B: A New York Times article warning of razor

blades being hidden in apples    C: A warning to parents from "Dear Abby"    D: All of the above

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Question 1: From which of the following were the first Jack-o-Lanterns made?

A: Pumpkins

B: Turnips

C: Watermelons

D: Potatoes

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Question 2: What is the name for an intense fear of Halloween?

     A: Samhainophobia 

B: Wiccaphobia

C: Phasmophobia

D: Halloweenophobia

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Question 3: According to superstition, whom or what will you see if you look into a mirror on Halloween?

     A: A dead relative

B: Bloody Mary

C: Your future spouse

D: Nothing at all

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Question 4: Sales of which of these Halloween staples total approximately $2 billion per year?

A: Costumes

B: Candy

C: Pumpkins

D: Tickets to "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"

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Question 5: According to superstition, if you see a spider on Halloween, what is it really?

A: The spirit of a loved one watching over you

B: A sign of a harsh winter to come

C: An evil spirit attempting to enter you home

D: A friendly ghost protecting your home

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Question 6: Where are vampire bats really from?

A: Eastern Europe

B: Lower Asia

C: Central and South America

D: North America

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Question 7: What ancient civilization started the tradition of bobbing for apples?

A: The Romans

B: The Greeks

C: The Anglo-Saxons

D: The Chinese

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Question 8: In what country did the Jack-o-Lantern originate?

A: Ireland

B: Scotland

C: Italy

D: Greece

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Question 9: When was the first Halloween greeting card made?

A: In the late 1700s

B: In the early 1800s

C: In the late 1800s

D: In the early 1900s

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Question 10: Which of these incidents gave rise to the fear of people giving out dangerous candy at Halloween?

A: A housewife playing a prank on kids too old to be trick-or-treating

B: A New York Times article warning of razor

blades being hidden in apples

C: A warning to parents from "Dear Abby“

D: All of the above

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Tie Breaker

Can you pick out Halloween's former name?

A. All Hallow's Eve

B. All Hallow's Day

C. All Hallowmass

D. All Soul's Day

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Tie Breaker

Can you pick out Halloween's former name?

A. All Hallow's Eve

B. All Hallow's Day

C. All Hallowmass

D. All Soul's Day