Which U.S. town officially declared itself the “Center of the Universe”? Kool-Aid is the official soft drink of which state? Grammatically, what is the verb in this question? The phrase “I shall hear in Heaven” is attributed to which person, who died in 1827? Which Female Novelist Wrote The Book “Black Beauty”? What is the only country that still has an emperor? Where is this stunning riverfront town? By tons produced, which of these is the most popular fruit in the world? Which fruit-based flavor is commonly included in Neapolitan ice cream? When our travel writer went adventuring in Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina, she spent time in ________, where she enjoyed viewing the diverse array of birds that inhabit the area at a small nature reserve on the northern edge of town. Who is the only Disney princess to have a star on the Walk of Fame? What does a dieresis modify? Q5: What gas is used as a fuel in these space vehicles? Which nation’s capital is the wettest on Earth? Which fast food chain uses the slogan, “We Have the Meats”? Which U.S. bridge once had wine cellars hidden inside? A Watergate Salad Is Made With Which Nut? Which political party has had the most US Presidents? Which jazz legend performed the classic hit, “What A Wonderful World”? What’s another expression for “plenilune”? 1. Time to move on to my next destination, which is Argentina. I have got so much different currency in my bag I have got confused. What money will the taxi driver accept? 2. My cousin Bernie is a motor mouth. What does that mean? 3. This Irish author was born in 1906 and is known for his work offering a bleak outlook on human culture. His most notable works are “Waiting for Godot” and “Endgame.” Can you name this author who died in 1989? 4. A precursor to this May 1980 eruption included earthquakes and a bulge in the mountain. When it erupted, the forests surrounding the volcano were destroyed and 57 people lost their lives. 10. Which William wrote such magnificent plays as ‘Hamlet’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘Othello’? Where is Mount Kilimanjaro? When the Ghost Adventures crew investigate Astoria, Oregon, they focus their attention on the Liberty Theatre and the infamous underground complex of alleys, streets and rooms below the city’s modern-day downtown, rebuilt after a 1922 fire. They learn that several entities are said to haunt the theater and the underground below it is almost the size of _______. What is the most common blood type? Which Spanish city is home to this impressive Roman aqueduct? Q1 – Identified as Manvinder Singh, the man who sent death threats to which star couple has been put under police custody recently? Q4 – Identify these birds Q5 – Which of these is a subsidary company of this corporation? Q2 – USA topped the medal tally at the recent World Athletics Championships. Which country was second? Which ancient city was known as the “City of the Gods”? Which U.S. state is roughly the same size as France? Which state is represented by one of the “Ms” in the company 3M? Indiana Jones Is A Professor Of What Subject? Which brand of soda was created for Nazi Germany during WWII? What is a “derby”? 1. Alice Walker won a Pulitzer Prize for her fiction work. What was the name of the novel Alice Walker wrote, that featured the life of a black woman who was abused by her father and husband? What U.S. city is home to the versatile slang word “jawn”? Which country is home to these windswept coastal trees? Which line separates the Northern Hemisphere from the Southern Hemisphere? A famous opera house defines the skyline in what Southern Hemisphere city? Where is the smallest bone in the human body? We took a road trip through Northern California’s wine country, experiencing the winemaking process from grape to glass. During our suggested itinerary, we tell you not to miss the 35-acre __________, rich in an array of wildlife and an art lover’s paradise. Q1 – Before joining Manchester United, Erik Ten Hag was the manager of which of these teams? Q2 – At the 68th National Film Awards, ‘Tanhaji’ won the award for ‘Best Popular Film providing ______ entertainment’ . Fill in the blanks Q3 – Netflix will launch a new ad supported streaming tier in 2023 in partnership with which technology giant? Q4 – Where did the first metro rail start in the world? Q5 – This monument in Delhi is a tomb of an Emperor from which dynasty? Where can you find the world’s largest wooden trestle bridge? Which country introduced paper money? Where was the coldest recorded temperature in the contiguous U.S.? Who was the President of the United States when Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne? Alright, alright, alright — how do you spell this actor’s last name? What Is The Name Of Sherlock Holmes’ Arch Enemy? 1. Otters are insulated with dense, heavy fur as opposed to THIS fat which other sea mammals all have: 2. This Greek letter looks like a triangle, and is NATO’s D. Which one? Which country has the highest vegetarian population? What was Judy Garland’s real name? What is another expression for “give credence to”? Which European city is home to this bridge resembling the Golden Gate? Who wants to go for a ride? If you want a furry companion for your summer adventure, you need paw-friendly accommodation near sites worth sniffing. In our list of great resorts for getaways with your puppers, which locale has its own marina allowing easy access to a beautiful barrier island with a dog-friendly beach? Q3 – The Grand Vitara is a recently launched SUV from which company? Q2 – The movie that won ‘Best Feature Film’ at the 68th National Film Awards was in which language? Which U.S. state manages 70% of the world’s internet traffic? Which university, founded in 1865, was the last to join the Ivy League? Where was the world’s first parking meter? Where are these colorful calcite pools? Which hit song from the 1970s was featured in commercials for Heinz Tomato Ketchup? The most expensive rose ever bred is named after what Shakespearean lady? Which of these facts is true about the corpse lily? Why do some flowers smell like decaying flesh? Which of these is NOT the name of a flower? The plant Ophrys apifera is an orchid that resembles what insect? 1. What big eyed forest animal is well known for being nocturnal? Which do you think it could be? 10. You know that a dozen equals twelve right? Well, say you work for a farmer and he asks you to bring him a baker’s dozen of eggs. How many eggs would you have to gather in the hen house? “Amarillo” Is The Spanish Word For Which Color? Where is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the U.S.? What is a synonym for “schema”? The White House was burned during what war? Wildlife aficionados visiting South Australia will enjoy a trip to Naracoorte Caves National Park, both a World Heritage Site and home to roughly 40,000 of which species of bat? Q5 – Which of these was one of the initial names of this airline before changing to its present day name? Q4 – Who among these was a founder of this company? Q1 – Ben Stokes recently played his final ODI at Durham against which team? Q3 – India has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with which country to reintroduce the cheetah in the country? Where is the oldest bar in the world? Mel Blanc gave voice to which of these characters? Where should you visit if you want to rock the Kasbah? what was the first unesco site in italy? Of Which Bird Is The Fairy The Smallest Species, While The Emperor Is The Largest? NewPost Test Post Which of these whales is actually a dolphin species? Instead of teeth, what do some whales use to eat plankton? What type of whale can live more than 200 years? How many humans are estimated to have ever lived on Earth? What is a synonym for “punnet”? 1. D’Artagnan has a letter stolen which could have made him a musketeer. Promising revenge on the person who stole it, he sets out to become a musketeer and makes three friends along the way. Name this book. 7. “I have a dream”. I was gunned down in Memphis in 1968. Who am I? Which city is home to this temple-filled lake? What is a group of whales called? What was distinctive about the sperm whale in “Moby Dick”? What type of whale has the fastest cruising speed at 23 mph? Who has made the most appearances on the Wheaties cereal box? Where was the first college in North America founded? We ranked of every state in degree of hauntedness based on our paranormal investigations. This state was #4 on our list because of a haunted opera house, rectory and prison, where it seems a life sentence could stretch into the afterlife. Q2 – Russia and Ukraine have both signed a UN backed deal to resume grain exports via which water body? Q4 – What is the first name of the author of this book? Q5 – In which year was this app launched? Q1 – Which of these cricketers recently scored a century in his 100th ODI match? Q3 – Ajay Devgn recently won his 3rd National Award for Best Actor for which film? Which country holds the record for the highest “low” temperature in a 24-hour period? Which two states have “mountain” in their official nickname? With a diet primarily consisting of a single type of plant, what bear is said to be almost entirely vegetarian? Which president named his son George Washington? How Did Blake Carrington Make His Fortune In “Dynasty”? Twin sisters Ann Landers and Abigail Van Buren both had careers as what? The Special Olympics and VSA were founded by sisters from what family? Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I were half-sisters born from what king? Where is this historic bridge? The Seine River cuts through which European city? What is another expression for “stellate”? Which tribe still lives within the rims of the Grand Canyon? When the Ghost Adventures team travels to the ominous Pythian Castle in Springfield, Missouri, they discover the building was used in many ways over the years including by the military. Who was kept in the building’s basement during WWII? Q1 – Tobi Amusan who recently broke the world record in the 100 m hurdles, hails from which country? Q2 – Chandra Shekhar Ghosh is the CEO of which bank that is looking to diversify into the non micro-credit area? Where is the world’s largest human-made cavern? Which fast food restaurant boasted that you can “Have it your way”? Which state has the most farms? Which film was released in theaters with three possible endings? What is a blind spot? In The Book “The Iliad”, Who Defeats Hector? What is a synonym for “moxie”? Which Canadian city had to change its name from Berlin due to World War I? Where is this “stone forest”? What company created the first portable computer? Colorado Springs promises indoor luxury and outdoor adventure with something for every traveler. To which ancient Anasazi habitation do we send architecture buffs? Where is the only place that tigers, rhinos, orangutans, and elephants live together in the wild? Which country has a McDonald’s with its own vintage airplane? What was the name of the character played by actress Nichelle Nichols on Star Trek? What is the only mammal covered with scales? Which major computer company did NOT start in a garage? Why was the QWERTY keyboard invented? What is a synonym for “solus”? 1. The literary works “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi”, “Black Beauty” and “Watership Down” have an interesting perspective in common. What is it? August Horch Founded Which Company? Where is this colorful Andean town? Outside of Alaska, which national park is the least-visited in the U.S.? What was the first home video game system? The start of school marks the end of our summer adventures but maybe not all adventures, according to our haunted colleges feature. At which institution did a former custodian reported being pushed down the stairs by an unseen entity? In which country do people fly kites to honor the dead? What is the only state with an official state meal? Which author holds the Guinness World Record for most New York Times best-sellers? What is the best-selling cookie in the world? What is the traditional flavor of Italian pizzelle? Shirley Temple famously sang a song about what type of cookies? What is the official cookie of Massachusetts? What is the top-selling Girl Scout Cookie? Before moving to its current location, which company was founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico by two college dropouts? What is a synonym for “decorticate”? 1. In 1965, which of these people was honoured by a full state funeral? 7. What are all the names Newmarket, Aintree, and Sandown Park, popular for in the U.K. ? 5. On “Friends”, Joey (surprisingly) was reading a classic novel set in New England during the U.S. Civil War. He was distraught to find out that Beth dies in which book? 10. What method of death do Sonny Bono and Michael Kennedy have in common? Which Was The Highest-Earning Film Of The 70s? Which state has an island called Hawaii 2? The human heart consists of how many chambers? Where can you walk on this fear-inducing foot bridge? Q5: The Emperor who ordered the construction of this site belonged to which dynasty? Which city was recently announced as the least stressful to live in? Which beverage was originally called Fruit Smack? Which two states have capitals with rhyming names? How Many Ghosts Visited Scrooge In A Christmas Carol? What is a synonym for “concomitant”? 1. Animals: On what island/nation are you most likely to find a lemur? 3. In 1976, the Long Island band Blue Oyster Cult received considerable FM radio airplay with a song entitled “Don’t Fear The _________.” 8. I starred as good ol’ Captain Jack Sparrow in the 2003 film “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl”. Who am I? 10. SURNAME : British nurse who became famous during the Crimean War. On a spectacular trip to Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil’s southernmost state, our travel writer found tons to do outside. She recommends this major attraction for kids and adults in Gramado. What country is nicknamed the “Shaky Isles”? Where can you find these white sand dunes? The composer Beethoven lacked what sense? Q1: Annu Rani, recently came 7th in which event at the World Athletics Championship? Lemurs are indigenous to which island nation? Which city has an unfinished replica of the Parthenon? Which historical figure is credited with giving Greenland its name? In Which Body Of Water Is Seychelles Located? 1. Which legendary ice hockey player helped the Boston Bruins to Stanley Cup victories in both 1970 and 1972, winning the Conn Smythe Trophy on both occasions? 4. On the 13th of February 2008, Rudd delivered his famous “Sorry speech”. Who was this apology directed at? Which city is home to the Strand Arcade, a Victorian-era shopping mall? Which cathedral features this stairway leading to Divination class in “Harry Potter”? What is the name of the island prison in San Francisco Bay? It is considered unlucky to speak the title of which Shakespeare play while backstage at a theater? What is an antonym for “ataraxy”? Q5: This monastery, the largest buddhist monastery found in India, is located in which Indian state? Q3: In the 2022 movie, Badhaai Do, Rajkummar Rao’s character shares his name with which cricketer? Q4: This famous scientist spent his last years in the town of Princeton in which US state? Q1: Recently a bill was passed to bring Indian research stations in which region under the domestic laws of the country? Which dog breed is named after an Alpine pass between Switzerland and Italy? “Come and knock on our door” is the opening line of which sitcom’s theme song? Which state has the lowest average elevation? France Has 18 Kings With Which Name? 1. What is the name of the part of our planet that is composed of water? Where did Swedish meatballs originate? Where is this fairytale-like pond? What was the very first music video to air on MTV in 1981? What was the first reality show to air on MTV? Which actor hosted and produced MTV’s hidden camera show, “Punk’d”? Where was MTV’s first Video Music Awards ceremony held in 1984? How far is the moon from Earth? What is another expression for “carapace”? We made a 50 States of Burgers menu to help you replenish your energies wherever your adventure takes you. After enjoying the wilderness surrounds of Bend, Oregon, head to this local favorite that opened in 1968 and where carhops on roller skates bring a fresh, juicy burger right to your window. Q4: Who are the nephews of this famous Disney character? Which U.S. state has the longest written constitution? Where is the “Father of Geography” from? Who Wrote The Popular Musical “Hamilton”? What is the only butterfly known to migrate like birds? What type of animal conducts the world’s largest mammal migration? Which type of insect spends its entire life cycle in migration? What bird makes the longest migration of any animal in the world? What kind of whale has made the longest migration of any mammal? What is a synonym for “heliacal”? Where is this 15th-century island castle? How did Ben and Jerry learn to make ice cream? Which state has the highest average elevation? We offer 21 highlights to add to an Iceland itinerary and include the black sand beaches and jagged cliffs of epic Reynisfjara, where scenes were shot for Game of Thrones. Why shouldn’t we swim at this dramatic spot? Q5: What is the parent organization of this company? Which soft drink is retiring its iconic green plastic bottles after more than 60 years? Q1: Who was the Man of the Series in the recently concluded ODI series between India and England? Q2: The recent movie RK/RKay is directed by which actor- director? Q4: What is the doctor specialising in eyes and vision called as? Bern is the capital of which European country? Where was the first commercial movie screening? William Wallace Is A 14th Century Folk Hero In Which Country? What’s the only Great Lake that doesn’t border Michigan? Where can you climb this treetop tower? What type of fried fritter is synonymous with New Orleans? How many instruments could Richard Nixon play? What is a synonym for “notionate”? In which movie does the main character share his first name with the actor portraying him? We compiled 10 of the scariest secret spots around the world and included _______, one of the creepiest places Expedition Unknown host Josh Gates had visited, prompting him to almost abandon a case for the first time ever. Q4: A group of three or more of these animals is called what? Q5: This fruit was named after which country’s national bird? Q1: Thambi’ is the official mascot of the 44th edition of which of these events? Q2: Complete the name of this recent movie starring Aditya Roy Kapur. ‘Rashtra Kavach ___ ‘ Q3: Name this country home to universities such as the University of Waterloo, that recently reported student visa rejection rates of above 50% The Inca road system is located in what mountain range? The Incense Route transported frankincense and myrrh from what region? During the Bronze Age, tin came from which of these modern-day countries? Bitterroot is the official flower of which U.S. state? What hotel inspired Stephen King’s “The Shining”? If all of your blood vessels were connected end to end, how many miles would they run? How Many Grammy Awards Did Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” Win? Who scored the first perfect 10 in Olympic gymnastics? 1. What is another name for the anticoagulant Coumadin? Which of the following is NOT a Caribbean country? Carlsbad Caverns promises ranger-led adventures through claustrophobic crevices into undeveloped caves, like the enticingly named ______. What is the fastest land snake in the world? What can be a synonym for “serio-comic”? Where is this “gateway to heaven”? Q5: In which country is the global headquarters of this famous company located? The Silk Road connected China with what other ancient empire? The Tea Horse Road was used to trade Tibetan horses for tea from where? In ancient times, the Spice Routes mainly passed through what ocean? In what region did the Amber Road begin? Which two cities are home to the largest indoor arenas in Africa? What two states are at either end of the Appalachian Trail? Which city hosted the now L.A. Lakers prior to their move to Los Angeles in 1960? How Many Seasons Did The TV Show, “The Brady Bunch” Run For? What is a synonym for “octothorpe”? 1. Which isthmus previously separated the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, before a famous canal was constructed across it? 2. What Margaret Mitchell novel about a spirited Southern woman during the American Civil War takes its title from an Ernest Dowson poem that is addressed not to Scarlet but to Cynara? 5. He won the Democratic nomination for president in 2004 and chose John Edwards as his running mate. He conceded to President George Bush after a hard fought battle. What is his name? 6. How does one win at Sorry? 7. NASA calls the Hubble Space Telescope an “orbiting observatory”. What is the main advantage that an orbiting, or space-bound telescope, has over an earth-bound telescope? Which state’s capital is the only one to contain three words? Where is this unusual building known as the “Wonderful Barn”? What is Baby’s real first name in “Dirty Dancing”? Camp chef Gene gets guidance from what in “Wet Hot American Summer”? Who is the title character’s main romantic interest in “Gidget”? What is a rhino horn made out of? In our Haunted Tales from the Grave feature, we cataloged the out-of-grave adventures of local ghosts at cemeteries across the globe. Which of the following spirits we discovered has taken a road trip to the wrong cemetery here? Who was the first president born in a hospital? Q1: Who now owns the record for the highest score by an Indian wicketkeeper on foreign soil in Tests, ODIs and T20Is? Q3: Herbert Diess is stepping down as the CEO of which famous automaker? Q4: This edible item belongs to which of these categories? Which U.S. city is famously misspelled on the Stanley Cup? Where can you find the world’s only public museum devoted to globes? Because it vibrates when electrically charged, what crystal is often used in timepieces? “Dromedary” And “Bactrian” Are Two Species Of Which Animal? What is a synonym for “ilk”? 1. When they call you this time they speak about a river called Caroni and a huge waterfall aptly called Angel Falls. They also mention something called a Gran Sabana. Do you know where your children are? What country was originally called New Holland? Where can you find these twisted ancient trees? What is the northernmost capital city in mainland Europe? Q2: The Amazon Prime series ‘The Wheel of Time’ stars which of these famous actresses in the role of Moiraine Damodred? Which U.S. state has the lowest high point? What country is the world’s biggest exporter of flowers? Which game show host, famous for kissing female contestants, actually married one of them in 1991? Katakana Is One Of The Ways Of Writing In Which Language? What is a synonym for “dunnage”? 1. When it’s time to drain your pasta, which kitchen accessory whose name starts with “C” will be handy? 3. Which major river in Canada was originally called “Disappointment River”? 7. When hockey was first played, what were the sticks made of? What city used to be called Constantinople? Where is this intricately tiled mosque? The Pony Express was between what two cities? What animals are the antagonists in the Angry Birds mobile game? What is the name of the popular mobile version of the board game Scrabble? What augmented-reality mobile game became a worldwide sensation in 2016? A popular mobile game released in 2010 features a ninja slashing what? Canabalt, Subway Surfers, and Crossy Road are examples of what game genre? The monstrous gargoyles adorning Saint Vitus’ Cathedral in Prague have what functional purpose? Q1: Which of these companies has been named an official sponsor of the FIFA World Cup 2022? Where is the world’s largest reflection pool? What Ivy League town was once the U.S. capital? What is an antonym of “exemplar”? 1. After winning the 2006 British Open, Tiger Woods could not contain his emotions. What reason was the cause for him to be so upset? 5. Looking like a spiky black koosh ball, sitting on the sandy bottom, or nesting in the reef, these creatures are quite a delicacy among the islanders. What are they? 8. In which musical will you find the character of Fagin? 10. What craze swept the US and Britain, and probably other countries too? Which Team Lost To The Los Angeles Lakers In The 2020 NBA Finals? Which contiguous U.S. state reaches farthest north? What popular condiment was sold in the 1830s as medicine? Where can you find this out-of-town Prada store? What modern-day country is located where the Persian Empire began? What ruler founded the Persian Empire? Who was NOT a king of the Persian Empire? Who ultimately conquered Persia and caused the fall of the empire? Which of these did the Persian Empire NOT have? Always entertaining and often inexpensive, a national park in each state is awaiting your next outdoor adventure. Which stunning backdrop to early American history did we send you to in Virginia? Q1: Bartholomew Ogbeche, winner of the ISL 2021-22 Golden Boot, represented which side this season? Q5: This famous scientist won the Nobel Prize for _______ in 1921. Fill in the blanks Which U.S. city has the most doughnut shops per capita? What is the longest river in Antarctica? Which woman has never been featured as Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year”? What Was The Friends Spin Off Series Called? “I’ve Got No Strings” is a song from what movie? Where is this scenic monastery? Who was the first redheaded President of the United States? Which country holds the record for highest reported temperature? Who encourages Prince Eric to “kiss the girl” in “The Little Mermaid”? According to the song, what does “hakuna matata” mean? What movie features the song “You’ve Got a Friend in Me”? What “Mary Poppins” song won the Best Original Song Oscar? Who won a Best Song Oscar for the “Tarzan” track “You’ll Be in My Heart”? What is a synonym for “paraph”? We collected 18 paranormal audiobooks for your summer road trip, including this deep dive into the ghost stories written in clay by Assyrians, Babylonians and Sumerians beginning around 3400 BC. Q1: MS Dhoni recently stepped down as the captain of the Chennai Super Kings. Who would be captain in his place? Q3: The Reserve Bank Innovation hub was recently inaugurated in which city? Q4: This bird was the sacred animal of which Greek goddess? Q5: Which famous city is shown here? Where is the world’s largest underwater restaurant? Which city’s streets inspired several of the Simpsons’ character names? Which celebrity couple, who broke up in 2004, married last weekend in Las Vegas? What Is The Real Name Of Indiana Jones? The 18th century ushered in an Age of Reason, also known as what? What Golden Age took place between the Persian and Peloponnesian wars? The early 1700s marked the Golden Age of what in the Caribbean? Nicolaus Copernicus helped launch what 16th-century European movement? What is a similar expression for “smorzando”? What is Times Square named after? Where is this “hanging” town? What inspired the U.S. national anthem? From the iconic to the unique, each state has a festival worth entertaining. Where do we travel for a three-day jazz festival with four open-air stages, beer and wine gardens and food and craft vendors that has been a major draw for more than 60 years? Where is the oldest intact residential street in Europe? Which month is followed by a month with 31 days? What state has more than four times as many cows as people? Which Shakespearian King Cried, “A Horse! A Horse! My Kingdom For A Horse!”? How many musicians make up a quintet? What is a “potsherd”? 1. This book, published in 1962, is probably the most famous work of British author Anthony Burgess. What is the name of the book, please? Which country’s parliament works in “The Beehive”? Where are these “painted” cliffs? What is the southernmost city on Earth? Which of these Academy Award winners was born in South Africa? What is the name of the clef pictured here? What word refers to the speed at which a song is played? When placed next to a note, what does the symbol seen here mean? Which of these musical dynamics is the loudest? What moon is the only other place in our solar system with a water cycle? The names of Pluto and its “twin” moon, Charon, are associated with what? In which South American country can you find “Coca-Cola Lake”? Where is the original “Zealand”? Who gave the first known diamond engagement ring? Alan Rickman Plays Which Character In “Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves”? What is another expression for “charrette”? 7. What is the state dessert of Missouri? Don’t freeze up now. 1. What was the country called before it was renamed Thailand in 1939? What country is on the exact opposite side of the Earth as Beijing, China? Where is this natural monument known as the “Walls of China”? Who was on the $10,000 bill? What instrument is typically found in an orchestra but not a concert band? Q4: This famous museum is located in which European country? Q1: Who defeated Rafael Nadal in the final to win the Indian Wells Masters title in 2022? Where did the first battle of the American Revolution take place? Which historic building is the centerpiece of the Alamo battlefield? Which country opened the world’s largest open-air bar in 2019? Adding the middle initial “B” to which athlete’s name gives you the star of the 2015 film “Creed”? In which country was the first postcard issued? The Nigerian Capital Was Relocated From Lagos To Which Other City? What natural phenomenon does Earth’s moon experience? Which planet in our solar system has the largest moon? 1. Next we visit Yalta, a city where history was written when Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin met there in 1945 to discuss post-war Europe. Yalta is located on a peninsula where a major war was fought in the 19th century. Which peninsula is this? Where is this gorgeous red ravine? At what temperature do Fahrenheit and Celsius match? Where is North America’s largest rainforest? Neptune’s largest moon, Triton, is known for experiencing what? Which of Jupiter’s moons has been suspected of harboring life? What is a synonym for “tony”? We give you 31 activities to check off your bucket list for the ultimate Montana adventure and include getting the perfect shot of Glacier National Park near ________. Q1: The Davis Cup 2021 was won by which country? Q2: Which country recently ordered 80 Rafale fighter jets from France, the largest order ever for the warplane? Q3: Beyond EPICA project started with the aim of drilling for and recovering what from up to 1.5 Million years ago in Antarctica? Which country’s signature drink is known as “Lion’s Milk”? Aretha Franklin recorded “Respect” in 1967, but who wrote and recorded the song first? What is the largest desert in Australia? Which Of These Elements Is A Famous Poison? The movie “Braveheart” is loosely based on what Scottish battle? Omaha Beach was a key landing area during what operation? The Lion’s Mound is an artificial hill built on the site of which battle? In what state can you visit the Antietam National Battlefield? 1. This aquatic mammal was found the ‘B’ side to The Beatles No.1 “Hello,Goodbye”,in 1967,and included on the album “Magical Mystery Tour”. Inspired by a character from Lewis Carroll’s book,”Through The Looking Glass”,who was this creature? What language does the Japanese dish “tempura” get its name from? Who did Wendy’s founder Dave Thomas name the franchise and mascot after? When did Abraham Lincoln issue the Emancipation Proclamation? Where in India is this Portuguese fort and lighthouse? Abraham Lincoln called for a “new birth of freedom” at which battlefield? Where was this image of an American flag hoisted over Mt. Suribachi taken? The Battle of Thermopylae inspired which film? Dien Bien Phu was a battlefield in which Southeast Asian country? What is a term for “equal law”? In our search for the world’s creepy crypts and catacombs, we visit Chapel of Bones in Évora, Portugal, adorned with 5,000 skeletons. What message does one find by the chapel entrance? Before KFC, where did Colonel Sanders cook food? What product did Orville Redenbacher begin to sell as a child? Which of these brands’ mascots was modeled after a real person? On “Split Second,” each question had how many correct answers? In the show “1 vs. 100,” what were the other 100 players known as? What is the name for the strip of land jutting north from the border of Minnesota? Which 1970s TV star had two number one hits with “Don’t Give Up On Us” and “Silver Lady”? Which U.S. President has the most places named after him? Which famous clown inspired Ronald McDonald? What is a synonym for “gusto”? 1. Canada’s democratic process allows for two branches of Parliament. One is the Senate and the other is the House of which word starting with C? What Is The More Common Name For “Albumen” And “Glair” Where is this bridge nicknamed after a coat hanger? Zak and the Ghost Adventures crew visit a military installation near Astoria, Oregon, that is haunted by a tragic past and home to an aggressive entity. What did the witness Robyn report? Which bird eats with its head upside down? Which state has the fewest Starbucks locations? What is the most poisonous tree in the world? Q1: In December 2021, Department of Posts released a special commemorative stamp to mark the 75th anniversary of which Indian company? Q1: For the Beating Retreat ceremony 2022, Gandhiji’s favourite hymn ‘Abide With Me’ was dropped in favour of which popular Hindi song? Q2: William Butcher is the leader of which group of superheroes? Q5: Which band recorded the popular album held in the person’s hand? Which European country’s flag features a two-headed black eagle? Which country has played baseball since the 1870s? Who created the daytime TV talk show “The View”? A Centaur Is Half Man, Half Which Other Creature? Who hosted “Jeopardy!” for more than 35 years? What is a synonym for “inconnu”? Where is the world’s largest working sundial? Where can you find this granite monument? How much of the Earth’s water is contained in oceans? In our investigation of the world’s coolest pools, we visit Kempinski Hotel Ishtar on the Dead Sea in Jordan, which offers nine pools and waterfalls surrounded by gardens and lagoons and the largest _______ in the Middle East. Which area is home to the Green Mill and other Prohibition-era jazz clubs? The Little Village neighborhood is a hub for which culture? What is the best-selling item at Costco? Q5: This structure holds the largest reservoir of water in North America. Which city is it located near? Which body of water is not part of the Turkish Straits? Which NYC building has a secret subway station hidden below? Which of the following characters is not from a Charles Dickens novel? Walt Disney Pictures’ “When You Wish Upon a Star” song is from what movie? What Was Princess Diana’s Job Before She Got Married? Who was the first U.S. Vice President to resign? What is a synonym for “sternutation”? What is the southernmost capital city in the continental United States? Which U.S. state is home to these “guidestones”? The entrance to which museum lies below a glass pyramid? Paranormal pop culture journalist and producer Aaron Sagers picked some of his favorite specters, cryptids and interplanetary interlopers for his Paranormal Rock Stars feature. Which of his descriptions here has the wrong name attached? Q1: India’s first privately developed cryogenic rocket engine, that recently test-fired, is named what? Q5: This structure was initially constructed to honour the people who died during whose rule? The sfogliatella is a pastry native to which Italian city? You can read the words “Stay Away” and “Always Tired” on the face tattoos of which celebrity? On which island is Brooklyn located? Which of these is a title of a 1983 hit for Eddy Grant, and not a property on a classic Monopoly board? What is another expression for “parapraxis”? 1. In what band have the guitarists Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, and Ron Wood all played? Which Musical Is About Charlie The Shoemaker And Lola The Drag Queen? What is the largest manmade reservoir in the U.S., in terms of maximum capacity? In which German city can you find this unusual subway entrance? In the heart of downtown, Michigan Avenue is known as what? Who sculpted Mount Rushmore? Q3: China launched its first cross-border train as part of the Belt and Road Initiative with which country? Q5: Elixir, an alien enthusiast and YouTuber went viral for using this character’s iconic run to raid which military base? Q3: Which country recently conferred the Order of the Druk Gyalpo, its highest civilian honour, on Prime Minister Narendra Modi? In Hawaiian, surfing is known as “he’e nalu,” which translates to what? What surfer was World Surf League champion a record 11 times? In ancient Hawaii, what was the name of the surfboard used only by chiefs? What British author enjoyed surfing during their time off? What is the only U.S. National Historic Landmark located outside of the U.S.? What fast food chain only uses potatoes grown above the 42nd parallel? A dish with potatoes is known as what in Indian cuisine? The potato is native to what mountain range? Bill Clinton chose which pop tune as his official 1992 presidential campaign song after hearing it in a cab? The pirate Captain Kidd buried treasure in which U.S. state? Who Starred As Morpheus In The Matrix? While its name is more often associated with luxury cars, which company is one of the world’s largest makers of aircraft engines? What’s a term for when surfers wrap their toes over the edge of the board? The first surfboards were made of what? What is another expression for “amphigory”? 1. A blind person can pursue all of the following career paths except which one? Where is the fossil-filled “Valley of the Whales”? In which Middle Eastern country can you find these limestone terraces? What branch of the military uses the motto “Semper Fi”? When Zak and the crew investigate the Norblad Hotel in Astoria, Oregon, they interview a witness to an attack in the basement of the building who calls herself a ____ Seer. Amazon Redmi Note 11 Quiz Answers Today Win Xiaomi 11 Q4: This doll depicts which Marvel character? Which U.S. state is nicknamed the “Silver State”? What London landmark is famous for its ravens? Which state has the most museums per capita? Director Rob Reiner cast his own mother to say the iconic line “‘I’ll have what she’s having” in which memorable film? James Dean Died In Which Make Of Car? What is a synonym for “cataract”? 1. This funny man is a Chicago native and is very proud of his Albanian heritage. He was born June 15, 1954; one of four children. His older brother was also a well-know comedic actor. Who might we call a “Blues Brothers’ brother”? Where can you find this famous sea stack? What state’s residents can get a “World’s Famous Potatoes” license plate? The Potato Famine occurred in what country? Xtreme Waterparks uncovers the most over-the-top and exhilarating water rides across the world. To what country did we travel to enjoy the Mountain Water Slide, curving through the jungle and letting out in a secluded, tree-surrounded pool? Who was “Time” magazine’s first-ever Person of the Year? Which cathedral has more statues than any other in the world? What separates Madagascar from mainland Africa? Which TV character was a loading dock foreman at the Pendergast Tool and Die Company? Which of these states’ capitals shares its name with a Native American tribe who lived on the Great Plains? In 2015, 83% Of World Leaders Were Active On Which Social Media Platform? What is an antonym for “daedal”? 1. For decades, campers have enjoyed S’Mores, a marshmallow based treat. Which of the following could you leave out if you were preparing to make S’Mores? 2. If you went looking for a Kakapo’s nest, where should you be looking? 3. And it’s getting tense here at Wrigley Field, folks, and coming out to try to improve that .342 batting average, let’s hear it for the One And Only…The Sultan of Swat. Who was this great baseball hitter, sometimes known as Bambino? 4. Before leaving work, my boss John wished me a ‘good arvo’. What does that mean? 5. If eggs are a dime a dozen, how much would three dozen cost? Where can you find this “Cathedral of Learning”? Elon Musk co-founded what company in the year 2000? Which country is known for a “culture of cuteness”? What is Alice doing before she starts following the White Rabbit? Alice observes which act of subterfuge from the royal gardeners? Sarah Winchester renovated her eight-room farmhouse outside San Francisco to evade spirits that were haunting her. Navigating the Winchester Mystery House an adventure in itself, with doors that open into walls, staircases to nowhere and a total of ______ rooms. The Frisian Islands lie in which sea? Which two continents feature 90% of the world’s rural population? Techno DJ Richard Hall was given the nickname “Moby,” because he is a distant relative to which famous author? Rick Grimes Is The Main Character On Which TV Series? What was the first coin to be inscribed with the phrase “In God We Trust”? What is the opposite of “passible”? 1. Grasshopper dies of starvation; neighbor Ant lives through winter. 10. What term is used to describe postage stamps in unused, original condition, just as they came from the Post Office? Where can you find these ruins of a Roman Empire outpost? The word “karate” is a combination of two words that mean what? What shape is the ring that UFC fighters compete in? Masahiko Kiumura is the namesake for a move that targets what body part? Which state’s name means “great river” in the Ojibwe language? When did the Louvre first open as a museum? In season 4 of the cult-classic TRVL series Mountain Monsters, the AIMS team investigates the Waya Woman, the Silver Giant and a ferocious feline, the __________. Where can you find this prehistoric village in Europe? Which animal are the Canary Islands named after? What state grows almost 100% of America’s artichokes? Taken weeks before his death, an iconic photo shows Babe Ruth meeting what Yale baseball team captain – and future president – before a game? What Celestial Body Crashing Into The Earth Is Thought To Have Ended The Dinosaurs? Which show is hosted by American restaurateur Guy Fieri? Which country produces 70% of the world’s hazelnuts? Where is this twisting skyscraper known as the “Turning Torso”? The first foreign dignitary to address Congress was from which nation? Who is called upon to vote in order to break a tie in the Senate? Who was the first female Speaker of the House? Which food has been on the menu in Capitol dining halls since 1904? Since 1909, Congress has used what unique form of transit at the Capitol? With centuries-old castles and battle sites, we learned that Ireland has its fair share of paranormal places and resident revenants. Who haunts the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin? What was Harry Houdini’s real name? Which of these is a synonym for “assoil”? Q5: This is the side view of a fort in which city, also featured in a famous Satyajit Ray movie? Q2: Who became the first space tourist to travel to the International Space Station in more than a decade in December 2021? Where is the Chan Chan Archeological Zone located? In what U.S. state can you find a beach with naturally green sand? Because most episodes prominently feature the Confederate flag, TV Land no longer airs reruns of which TV show? “Get Lucky” Was A 2013 Smash Hit For Which French House Duo? What term describes a holiday from work? Which Olympic Games had the largest attendance? Where is this building shaped like a fish? What was the name of Julia Child’s first cooking show? Which competition features four chefs cooking with unlikely ingredients? What did “Barefoot Contessa” chef Ina Garten do before hosting her show? In what state is the geographic center of the continental U.S.? We toured state parks across the country to find outdoor adventure favorites. To which park did we travel for the opportunity for a unique star-filled, grown-up tree house experience? Q2: Which city has the world’s longest metro network? Which highway is nicknamed the “Will Rogers Highway”? Which supermodel was cast as the “Girl in the red Ferrari” in the film National Lampoon’s Vacation? Which country does the word “spa” come from? A Small Cheap American Eatery Is Often Referred To As A What? What stone helped decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics? Where is the earliest Egyptian hieroglyphic writing found? In what direction were ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics usually read? The hieroglyphic symbol seen here is known by what name? In Egyptian hieroglyphics, royal names are surrounded by what shape? What is a synonym for “gambit”? 2. How many winks do I take if I want a short sleep? 3. What is unusual about Amish dolls? 4. Poker hands are folded. Origami is folded. Failing businesses are folded. Sheep are folded. How does one fold together ingredients in the kitchen? 1. Who was born on January 10, 1949 and became one of the first commercially successful porn stars with her film “Deep Throat”? 5. In addition to the infantry soldiers, what other figures are found in the Terracotta Army? Where did the phrase “Don’t mess with Texas” come from? Where in California can you find this giant rock? In what year did the first hot air balloon take flight? Athletes from which nation march last in the Parade of Nations at the Olympics? Which composer wrote the famous Wedding March? Which country’s national anthem was made up on the spot? Which of the following singers is known professionally by his actual birth name? 1. According to literary tradition, what kind of people would use a map with the legend “X marks the spot”? 4. Why do you slit the top of a loaf immediately before placing it in the oven to bake? 2. Let’s start off with a basic formatting tag. What does the B tag do? 3. Diana, Princess of Wales, nicknamed which woman ‘The Rottweiler’? 5. I had a habit of dying hard. I also played Harry S. Stamper who gave up his life to save planet Earth when it was facing the end of the world. Who might I be? Which Of Shakespeare’s Plays Is The Longest? Which city is home to this 400-foot-tall tower? What was Ulysses S. Grant’s real first name? What is an antonym for “ambisinister”? Which US state had locales that ranked #3 and #4 on our list of the most-Instagrammed places in the world? Which country has the nickname “Land of Fire and Ice”? What famous stuffed bear sits at the New York Public Library? Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries have a map of what land drawn by C.S. Lewis? The Bibliothèque Nationale holds the first book printed in what country? The oldest written work in the Library of Congress is in what language? The Book of Kells is found at Trinity College Library in what country? [Answer] Q1: Which of these phrases can you use on Alexa to take you to the games page? Comment What is the official language of Barcelona in addition to Spanish? Which of the following comedians has never been nominated for an Oscar? Where is Sugarloaf Mountain? In the late 1800s, Karl Dobermann created which breed of dog to protect him while he worked at which job? What movie was Tom Hanks’ first major starring role? What Color Of Clothing Is The Woman In The Painting “Whistler’s Mother” Wearing? What is another expression for “philter”? 1. Stephen Hawking has been rated as one of the most intelligent beings on Earth, with an IQ of 160. What kind of disability does he suffer from? 2. Which F_____ created aeroplanes for Germany, and invented a way to fire machine gun bullets through the propeller of an aircraft? 3. Which Russian dog was the first animal to orbit the earth aboard the Sputnik 2 in 1957? 4. What was the cause of death of actress Natalie Wood, whose body was found on November 29, 1981? 5. Why are Marines sometimes referred to as “Leathernecks”? How many U.S. states have the letter “X” in their name? Where can you find this natural rock arch? What does Tokyo mean in English? Photography enables us to relive all our big adventures in travel. To which national park did our contributor and pro photographer Chris Burkard travel to capture the hiker basking in the early morning light from an overlook? Q1: Jaadugar’ is an upcoming movie about a small time magician, and stars which actor in the lead role? Q2: Lunar ______ is a mission investigating lunar water and geology and is part of NASA’s SIMPLEx program. Fill in the blanks Q4: What amongst these is a famous event of this sport in the world? Q3: The 5th and deciding match of the India vs South Africa T20I series in which city was washed out due to rain? Where was the first Eurovision Song Contest held? Which classic Madonna song contains the lyric, “Marlon Brando, Jimmy Dean / On the cover of a magazine”? What is the least densely populated U.S. state? What candy bar was named after a popular dance in the 1920s? “Sister Act” Starred Which Actress As Mary Clarence? Who was the first one-term President after losing a second term? The elections of 1896, 1900, and 1908 were all lost by what man? What is a synonym for “nutriment”? 1. How about trying Hobart while you’re at it? 2. 78: This singer has written some awesome songs such as “mOBSCENE” and “The Beautiful People”. What is the name of this scary lead singer? 8. Bugs Bunny eats a lot of this item with the product code 4561 in the cartoons. What state shares no common letters with its capital? Where can you walk this beach with semi-precious green sand? In which U.S. state are the Great Sand Dunes located? Who lost the 1984 election alongside his running mate, Geraldine Ferraro? In 1796, who became the first major candidate to lose a presidential race? Despite an infamous headline, who actually lost the election of 1948? Who came in second to Abraham Lincoln in 1860? Adlai Stevenson II lost back-to-back presidential races to what man? We profiled the paranormal adventurers behind your favorite Travel Channel shows, learning that this investigator’s passion was ignited by an extremely haunting experience he had in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Q5: In which city did this sport make its Olympics debut? Which two countries share the world’s shortest border? Who is considered the principal “author” of the Declaration of Independence? Which U.S. city consumes the most hot dogs? Which Founding Father signed both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution? What did chautauquas provide? 1. At the start of the story, where did Goldilocks go for a walk? 2. Arthur Ashe was known for this sport. He was the first African American to win at international level in this sport. I am sure that this being early in the morning, he will not make a racket. What sport? 3. Stage Setting: Which of the following is NOT important to the set design? 4. What saintly person who spent much of her life helping the poor of India, said: “Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat”. 5. Steven Spielberg wrote and directed this 1977 classic, starring Richard Dreyfuss and Teri Garr. It had great special effects and aliens visiting Earth. Name the movie. 6. What was the previous name of Russia, when it was combined with various countries surrounding it, and it fought in World War II? Choose its full form! 7. If you are sitting on your house’s roof in Paris or are sitting beside the Seine, you can see it. It was built for the 1889 World’s Fair. Which monument is it? Which “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” Spin-Off Series Features David Boreanaz As The Titular Character? Which two countries have no independence day or national day? Where is this crystal mosque, built in 2008? Where is Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest held every 4th of July? What President was born on the Fourth of July? Big adventures in celebrity often grow from small-town roots. In our tour of childhood homes of famous people we learn that Kentwood, Louisiana, was once home to which musician? Q4: Which spacecraft recently entered the atmosphere of this astronomical body? Q1: Which Formula 1 Grand Prix held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve was recently won by Max Verstappen? Which Alaskan island is the westernmost point of the United States? Where was the first school in the U.S.? How many people signed the Declaration of Independence? The Acrobatic Basketball Team Known As The Globetrotters Are From Where? What are the first words of the Declaration of Independence? A beret is a traditional hat from which country? What is a synonym for “darg”? Where is the only floating post office in the U.S.? The national parks of the Canadian Rockies are just waiting for your next big adventure. Where did our professional photographer have a skiing and paragliding adventure that he said was one of the best moments of his life? Where was the first permanent English settlement in America? Where can you find these curious natural rock formations? Highway Gothic, Transport, and DIN 1451 are what on road signs? Which of these national parks is located in West Virginia? Which country is located primarily on the Jutland peninsula? Which NHL team won the Stanley Cup last Sunday, defeating the defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning? Which Former US First Lady Started Reading Weekly Stories To Children Online In April 2020? The namesake for which of these prizes was a newspaper magnate? Reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward famously broke what story? What does “op-ed” mean? What is a synonym for “smorgasbord”? Which guitarist is known as “Slowhand”? What country has the world’s longest constitution? Which U.S. city is home to this Japanese tea garden? How many eggs can a queen honey bee lay in a day? In Season 17, the Ghost Adventures crew head to Alton, Illinois, to investigate one of the most haunted towns in America. At the Mineral Springs Hotel, the crew suspects that reported séances performed _____________ have opened a dark doorway. Q4: What breed of cat is this? Q5: Which river is near to these pyramids? Q1: Sunil Chhetri scored his 84th international goal against Hong Kong, thus drawing level with which legend in terms of international goals? Q2: The upcoming movie ‘Shamshera’ stars which of these famous actors in the lead role? What are Crete, Lesbos, and Rhodes? Where is the world’s largest oasis? “Fast Car,” “Talkin ‘Bout A Revolution” And “Baby Can I Hold You” Are Hits From Which Singer-Songwriter? What does someone who practices exonumia collect? 1. Sumeria is now located in which modern country which has had an overthrown government? 7. Which movie has children who sing “We’re following the leader, the leader, the leader, We’re following the leader wherever he may go.”? 10. This D.G. is one of jazz music’s greatest trumpeters. What was the first city to have a traffic light? In which U.S. state can you find this scenic cove? When did Canada adopt its maple leaf flag? The Icelandic road sign seen here warns drivers about what animal? We found big adventure on an Alaskan road trip, including at North America’s highest peak, Denali. We learn that its name means ___________ in the Koyukon Athabascan language. Which archipelagos and islands comprise Macaronesia? What was the capital of Brazil before Brasilia? Which TV talk show host was known for her signature red-framed eyeglasses? Tartan Is A Traditional Fabric Associated With Which Country? Since it’s butted up against a vital organ, your left what is smaller than your right one? Who was the first winner of “American Idol”? Where was the first season of “Survivor” set in 2000? “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” made what California city famous? What was the setting of the first “Real Housewives” show? What supermodel created “America’s Next Top Model”? What is a synonym for “hirrient”? 1. Lion lets Mouse go; Mouse returns later to free Lion from trap. 2. The male badger is called a boar. What is the name for the female? 4. The 4Pi ladies have travelled to a European country to sample a traditional onion pie and their favourite black forest cake. Which country would you be in if the photographer told you to “L�cheln”? 5. Which cocktail does American singer Jimmy Buffett pay homage to in a 1977 top ten song? 6. Who is known as the “Ice Man”? Which Roman monument is said to function as a lie detector? Where can you find this “avenue” of sacred tombs? HGTV’s Property Brothers shared their own favorite adventures with us, and Drew included the island paradise of Bali. What mischievous animal is Bali known for that reminds Drew of Jonathan? What was John F. Kennedy’s middle name? Which African country is home to tree-climbing goats? What is the only Martin Scorcese film to win an Oscar for Best Picture? The mockingbird is the official bird in which of these states? Which athlete received the largest contract in the history of sports? What are capri pants named after? The first Hawaiian shirts were sourced from what garments? Why did Bermuda shorts become popular on the eponymous island? What was the bikini named after? The oldest pair of sandals ever discovered was found where? The Drachma Was The Currency Of Which Country Before It Adopted The Euro? What is an antonym for “meed”? 2. For the player on move, what should they say before adjusting a piece? 3. Amy should be elected president of Environmental Club. She has been having a really bad week since her grandmother died on Monday. 1. Sally Kellerman starred in the 1970 film “M*A*S*H” as which character? 4. They came to Baghdad to watch a champion football (soccer) team in action. Which of the following teams IS NOT based in Baghdad? 5. What family of animals is the moose a member of? Which two countries had the same flag for 18 years? A male platypus delivers toxin from what part of its body? Which city is home to this mansion? We sought out a variety of new products that will add comfort to the next adventure, whatever form it may take. For example, we included a yellow basecamp dome tent ideal for which situation? What day of the week is also a character in the Addams Family? The Balearic Islands are located in which body of water? Which U.S. state features the world’s longest floating bridge? Deutschland Is The Local Name Of Which European Country? After gaining independence in 2011, which country became internationally recognized as the newest country in the world? According to Kermit the Frog, it’s not easy bein’ what color? What kid’s song was the first YouTube video to reach 10 billion views? What is the first action of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”? What is the “name-o” of the farmer’s dog in a popular spelling song? “Baa Baa Black Sheep” and “The Alphabet Song” have the same tune as what? What is a synonym for “firstling”? 1. Which one of these downloads can protect your computer from harmful viruses? 2. Sitting by the fire Crying into cold ashes Fairy Godmother Who is the central character in this story? 4. Which fish, touted by Theodore Roosevelt as “the most ferocious fish in the world”, is quite timid despite their razor sharp teeth and penchant for meat? 3. Nanny plants rows of beans and peas. The bean blossoms have winged corollas that look like butterflies. What word does she use to describe them? 5. In J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”, a Boggart turns into Ronald Weasley’s worst fear. What was the phobia that haunted him? (The name of the phobia is derived from the Greek word for spiders) Where is this hilltop castle with mysterious underground tunnels? Begin an Australia adventure with the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. During our tour, we visited ___________, one of the last great expanses of temperate rainforest in the world with some of Australia’s best wild river rafting. Who was the first woman to run for U.S. President? Which U.S. President officially dedicated the Empire State Building? Q5: Which of these is a traditional dress of this country? When creating a solution, the substance that dissolves is known as what? In an atom, what type of particle orbits the others? In which state of matter are molecules the farthest apart? What kind of chemical reaction produces heat? Which Central American country does NOT have both Caribbean and Pacific coastlines? Approximately how long does it take a hen to develop an egg? The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division is known as “The Screaming …” what? Where is the largest department store in the world? Which American Celebrity Chef Is Known As The “Mayor Of Flavortown”? Though its logo is a galloping horse, the Ford Mustang was reputedly named after a what? 1. David Livingstone, a Scottish missionary and explorer, was the first European recorded as having seen which waterfall in Africa? 2. I am a famous English explorer and privateer – and a male bird. What is my surname? 5. There is a ship named The Poseidon which features in the 1969 novel “The Poseidon Adventure” by Paul Gallico and the several movies based (more of less) on that book. After who or what was the ship named? 8. Characters include: Quasimodo, Esmeralda and Phoebus. 9. Which of these is a popular “Lego” competitor? Where can you find this mysterious pirate tower? What is the most common element in Earth’s atmosphere? What is the name for the longest side of a right triangle? What country is Machu Picchu located in? What is an antonym for “plangent”? Consult our travel writer’s guide to backpacking Torres del Paine National Park in Chile for the ultimate mountain adventure. Where does she go on an 11-mile roundtrip hike with elevation gain of over 3,000 feet that she say offers a vista worth the steep ascent? Q2: Which of these organizations recently agreed to temporarily lift patents on COVID-19 vaccines? Q5: The term Pisa in the name of this monument, is derived from which language? Q1: Who struck a hundred in 77 balls as England chased 299 to take a 2-0 lead against New Zealand in the recent Test series? Which songwriter wrote the song, “This Land is Your Land”? Jekyll Island is part of which U.S. state? Which country’s name had to be changed after a dispute with Greece? Which man’s image appeared on the first one-dollar bill? Geena Davis Played Thelma, But Who Was Louise? Which of these eggs is decorative and inedible? What U.S. city lends its name to a popular omelet? Which U.S. state leads the country in egg production? The egg is an important symbol during what Jewish holiday? Omurice is a popular egg dish eaten in what country? What does a loricate creature have? Which country has the oldest national anthem? Who was the first person to fly around the world alone? Where is this “bridge to nowhere”? Our travel guide to Paris neighborhoods will help you plan your adventure to the City of Lights. To which area do we send the contemplative tourist for a quiet park respite with great views of the city and a stop at the most visited cemetery in the world? Q5: Under which special provision is this monument protected from pollution? Q4: Which island country is this bird native to? Q1: The top 2 ranked players in the ATP rankings are set to miss which Grand Slam this year, since ATP rankings were introduced in 1973? Q2: In the movie ‘The Batman’ released in 2022, Andy Serkis played which important role? Q3: Ankiti Bose is in the news for being removed from her start up, Zilingo PTE that was an emerging player in which field? Which city outside of France is home to the French Quarter? The Rideau Canal is located in which Canadian city? In which city was the 1970s TV show Happy Days set? Christmas Island belongs to what country? In 1950, Zenith introduced the first TV remote control. What was it called? Which Novel Features The Character Atticus Finch? What South American capital is a UNESCO Heritage Site? Where is this blue city in the Thar Desert? What country is the top exporter of bananas? What is an antonym for “scission”? Which U.S. President oversaw the construction of the Panama Canal? The Champlain Canal in New York connects Lake Champlain to what river? What is the world’s deepest human-made canal? The Cape Cod Canal connects Cape Cod Bay to what other body of water? There is no limit to the adventure that can be had at a bachelorette party, even those without scheduled shenanigans. We made destination suggestions for every personality. Which bachelorette type from our guide has the wrong destination here? Q1: Hardik Pandya recently got named the Indian captain for a T20I series to be held in which country? Q4: In which country would you find this famous bridge, that ‘breathes fire’ on special occasions? Which Canadian province contains a fifth of the world’s fresh water? Which bad habit does an onychophagist have? What is the only English-speaking country that requires voting by law? Kabuki Is A Form Of Theater From Which Country? What are male honey bees called? What causes a flamingo’s feathers to turn pink? What bird has the largest wingspan in the world? What body part do moths use to smell? 1. Kate Hudson’s 2008 movie is about the adventure of being a blonde, female steward on a ship. What is this treasure seeking movie called? 2. On an American TV comedy about secret agents, one of the agents is referred to as Agent 44. He is played by Victor French. What is the name of this show, also featuring Barbara Feldon and Don Adams? 3. Much of Yemen’s area is taken up with desert. One of these deserts is one of the largest sand deserts in the world, which takes up lots of the southern third of the Arabian Peninsula. What is this desert? 4. In 1991, twenty-six years after her father’s death, the daughter of this singer, with three first names, won several Grammy Awards for a digitally-created posthumous duet with her father. Name that crooner? 5. How many have you scored if you hit a treble 20, single 16 and double 10? What did Iceland prohibit from 1915 to 1989? Where is this impressive 18-story slide? What U.S. President popularized the phrase “the buck stops here”? Who played Margaret Thatcher in 2011’s “The Iron Lady”? Who is the subject of the 2019 film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”? In “Moneyball,” Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) is the manager of what MLB team? “King Richard” (2021) is about what sport? Which of these musicians has NOT yet been the subject of a major biopic? We made a list of the tools and technology the Ghost Adventures team use in their paranormal adventures, and we included the PX: a blend between the Ovilus and _______. Who was Time magazine’s first Man of the Year in 1927? What do “cruciverbalists” enjoy? Q4: This animal is ____ vegetarian, which mostly includes bamboo roots, stems, shoots and leaves. Fill in the blanks Which European country is known as the “Hexagon”? Which city has an airport named after Louis Armstrong? What does the “B” in Susan B. Anthony stand for? What was the first animated series produced for prime-time network television? The Top Internet Search Of 2017 Was “How To Make” What? What is NOT lunate? 5. What province is the canal in? 1. Which actress spent Christmas of 1980 with her Oscar for Best Actress in “Coal Miner’s Daughter? 2. Franz Reichelt was testing his new invention, the overcoat parachute in 1912. What famous French landmark did he leap off and fall to his death when his invention failed? 3. Which hairstyle for women originated in 1958 and was very popular throughout the 1960’s? 4. Rod Stewart scored a massive number one on both sides of the Atlantic with which song? What is the only U.S. state whose name ends with its own postal abbreviation? Where is this castle with 365 rooms? What is the only type of bird that can fly backward? What were pennies made out of in 1943? On a trip to Edinburgh, our travel writer visits the Old Calton Burial Ground, a historical site paying tribute to adventurous Scottish thinkers and doers. The graveyard is resting place to a few, including _________. Q1: Recently, England set a new world record for the highest ODI score against which country? Q2: Anik Datta’s movie ‘Aparajito’ is based on the making of which iconic Indian film? Q3: Which of these space exploration companies is in the eye of a storm after reportedly violating US labour laws in recent layoffs? Q5: What animal lived at this location untill their forceful removal, leading to protests and a movement for their protection? Q4: What is this iconic sculpture called? Which city’s airport is named after former President Dwight Eisenhower? Which two states contain the bulk of the Ozark Mountains? What was the last name of the U.S. president whose first name was Franklin? John Travolta Plays Vincent Vega In What 1994 Film? What event marked the beginning of the Great Depression? What major event ended the Great Depression? What was the name of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s economic recovery plan? What were the shacktowns that sprang up during the Depression called? Which John Steinbeck book depicted the devastation of the Depression? What were President Roosevelt’s “fireside chats”? When was Prohibition repealed? What classic board game rose to popularity during the Great Depression? 1. Your canine patient is thirteen years old and is just coming in for a check up. Which of these health problems is NOT normally associated with old age? 2. What is the title of Anna Sewell’s classic tale of the life of a horse? 3. Running outside can be difficult when the weather is cold or rainy, or hot and humid. What item in a gym will you use as a substitute? 4. Which herb is used in all kinds of soups, stews, spaghetti and other sauces? In most cases this herb is usually removed before serving. 5. Here is an opening line from a much-covered song: “You ain’t nothing but a ___ dog…” Which is the correct missing word? Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were ordered to pay $5 million for copying part of which Marvin Gaye song in their hit “Blurred Lines”? What is another expression for “dactylonomy”? Where is the world’s narrowest house? Which European country is home to the “Underground Grand Canyon”? Who painted this self-portrait after recovering from a bus accident? This Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec work depicts what Paris landmark? Van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” was painted from a window in what place? Who is believed to be the model for the “Mona Lisa”? “Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1” is better known by what name? Who was the first host of “The Tonight Show”? Which of these countries is considered one of the “Four Asian Tigers”? Albania, Bulgaria, and Montenegro are all part of which region? We discovered in our Jaw Dropping Rentals feature that some adventures come with big price tags. Case-in-point: ____________, a luxury ranch in Costa Rica that has hosted the country’s president and has a five-figure nightly rate. Q2: Which team beat New Zealand in a playoff game, to seal the last spot for the 2022 FIFA World Cup? Q1: The rap group founded by Oleh Psiuk that won the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest are from which country? Q3: In news for introducing several reforms, Mohammed bin Salman is the crown prince of which country? Q4: This famous bridge is located in which city? Q5: In which country is this famous Buddhist monastery located in? Where is the highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere? George Washington introduced which animal to the United States? Which country features a sauna in a Burger King? Which building houses the world’s brightest light beam? Which band started their career as a fictional group on a sitcom? Larry Hagman Was An Astronaut Married To A Rather Bewitching Woman, On Which Show? 1. Diego is fascinated by ancient history so he especially enjoyed visiting Stonehenge in Inglaterra. What is Inglaterra? 2. What is the largest species of armadillo called? 3. What are Ponderosa, spruce, Rocky Mountain bristlecones and Scots? 4. Who had a hit with “Material Girl”? 5. What would you be watching if you were in the stands at Wrigley Field? Where is Chichen Itza? What is the strongest bone in the human body? What is the subject of “paleography”? Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” depicts the horrors of what war? Encounters with the spirits of serial killers are missing from many adventure travel itineraries, but not so for paranormal enthusiasts. Zak and the Ghost Adventures crew visit Iowa’s haunted Squirrel Cage Jail where multiple murderer Jake Bird spent some of his 30-year sentence. They learn there are four known deaths on the prison’s roster, including ________________. Q4: In which European country is this location located? Q5: What is the profession of this famous comic book character? Where is Busta Rhymes Island? Which company was formerly known as the “Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company”? What is the most lightning-struck lake in the world? How Old Was Kobe Bryant When He Reached 30,000 NBA Points In 2012? The Maghreb is a region in the northwestern part of which continent? Which country is NOT a member of the Arab League? Which of these is NOT considered one of the Baltic countries? Juneteenth commemorates the day in 1865 when slavery was ended in which state? What TV dad “was busy with three boys of his own”? 1. What did Goldilocks find in the middle of the woods? 2. Willow is a young man who spends his days toiling on a farm, but dreams of excitement and greater things. Now then, who would be his counterpart in “Star Wars”? 3. What is the missing number in the name of this group, The Dave Clark _______”? 4. The tenants of a cruel English estate agent decided to protest against him by socially ostracizing him. Which word in the English dictionary did this result in? 5. Which city is home to the University of Florida? Which literary nickname is used for Glasgow’s underground railway system? In which U.S. state can you find this abandoned castle on a river? Who is the current head of the Commonwealth? What is the height of the tallest player in NBA history? What is an synonym for “apricate”? In a guide to Scotland’s Isle of Skye, our travel writer gives us suggestions for an adventure in local libations. She includes Seamus’ Bar for its impressive collection of more than 400 ______ from around the country. Q2: Moonfall’ was a 2022 science fiction movie starring which of these famous actors in the lead role? Q4: Which country is the largest producer of this beverage? Where is Georgia O’Keeffe’s Ghost Ranch? Which city does the world’s longest tunnel deliver water to? Which actress competed for a spot on the U.S. Olympic archery team for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics? In What Year Was Pluto Reclassified As A Dwarf Planet? What is the average age of a father of a newborn baby in the United States? Which country’s national sport combines basketball and polo? Where can you find this colorful house? “D’oh!” is the signature catchphrase of what TV dad? We sought out all the creepiest places in California for West Coast adventurers with supernatural interests. We learned that 12,000-year-old bones were discovered deep in a cavern in Vallecito, likely those of prehistoric people lured to their death by what? What is the nickname of the law that created Prohibition? What could an “Oxfordian” be called? Q4: MH 370, a flight of this airlines, which went missing in 2014, was bound for which destination? What are the only two Asian capitals located in the Southern Hemisphere? Q1: Q2: Q3: Q1: Dum Aloo is a delicacy from uttar pradesh In which of these countries does nodding your head mean no and shaking it mean yes? Which company used the slogan “We Bring Good Things to Life”? The largest bubblegum bubble ever blown was 23 inches in diameter. What was its circumference? Which Singer Recorded “No Time To Die” As The Theme Song Of The 2021 Bond Movie? What type of loan is taken out to purchase a home? What is an antonym for “grandisonant”? Which two Great Lakes are two halves of one body of water? Where is this 25-foot-long fiberglass shark sculpture? Consult our Ultimate Southern Summer Bucket List for ideas on travel adventures in the Southern part of the US. Which destination in our guide is paired with the wrong city here? What does M&M’s stand for? Q2: Which season of the web series, ‘The Boys’ released on Amazon Prime video in June 2022? Q3: Rajesh Bhushan, who recently urged states to be vigilant, is the occupant of which important post in India? Q4: Which of these regions was destroyed by this natural calamity in 79 CE? What is eggplant called in the United Kingdom? Q2: Ajaz patel is the first bowler in Test history to take 10 wickets in an innings. Which American television show was based on the popular British sitcom “Man About The House”? In which of these places can you find a petrified waterfall? In 1938, Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel were paid $130 for the rights to which fictional character? Elaine Paige’s Hit “Memory” Comes From Which Musical? What is another expression for “mononym”? 1. Which one of the following holidays is not really what is considered a “Hallmark Holiday”? 5. Which S is the space between the axon of one neurone with the dendrites of another? 7. This British novelist, author of “Mrs. Dalloway” and “To the Lighthouse,” drowned herself in a river in 1941. Nicole Kidman donned a prosthetic nose to play her in a 2002 film. 6. What is a perfect game? 8. The people were tired and sweating, but they felt great after finishing up. Which activity were they NOT doing? Hawaii, Alaska, Maine, and Vermont are the only four states to ban what? Released in 1995, what was Pixar’s first feature-length film? Where does Nemo live after he’s taken from his home in “Finding Nemo”? Who is Boo in the 2001 film “Monster’s Inc.”? If you’re over the adventure of struggling with a rental car GPS, train travel is just the ticket. Our travel writer saw Switzerland this way, adding a little________ travel to the mix for excellent views of the surrounding landscapes. Where are these picturesque falls? What is Germany called in German? The Latin phrase “carpe diem” means “seize the” what? Which of these phrases means “out of many, one”? The Laccadive Sea is located between which three countries? According to a famous song, in what city did Tony Bennett leave his heart? In 1993, Bruce Springsteen wrote a song about the streets of which city? ABBA’s breakout song “Waterloo” is named after a city in which country? What actress debuted “New York, New York” before Frank Sinatra? Which city has the most billionaires? In which U.S. national park can you find El Capitan? Which popular form of exercise is named after a person? Queen Victoria’s Husband Came From Which European Country? Who famously stated the Latin phrase, “Veni, vidi, vici”? Which of these Latin phrases means “the other way around”? What is the English translation of the Latin word “alibi”? The Latin term “alma mater” most commonly refers to what? “Semper fidelis” is the official motto of what U.S. military branch? 1. “Orphan Boy Finally Makes Good!” To which of the following titles does that headline belong? 2. A restaurant with a death theme isn’t the most ideal place to have a meal, but if it is you can head to the Eternity Restaurant in Truskavets, Ukraine. What is this building shaped like? 3. Complete the final line of this nursery rhyme featuring a famous bridge in the capital: London Bridge is falling down, Falling down, Falling down, London Bridge is falling down, … What phrase comes next? 4. Continuing north into China, we reach Huangshan (Yellow Mountains), a region famous for its oddly-shaped pine trees, as well as for its numerous unusual rock formations. Which of the following will you NOT see here? 5. MUSIC : Music City is a nickname applied to which Tennessee city? How many countries end in “stan”? In which city can you find this medieval tower with a restaurant at the top? What country was the first to introduce license plates? What is a synonym for “wheeple”? What song is named for a radio station identification during World War II? Our guide to the islands of Tahiti showcases plenty of adventure to be had on a budget: swimming with sharks, ziplining through a jungle, touring a pearl farm and enjoying Tahitian wine from vineyards grown in ________. Q2: Farhan Akhtar will make his MCU debut by starring in which Marvel Studios web series? Q1: Mattwe Middelkoop partnered which Indian in the 2022 French Open, where they reached the semi finals? What is widely considered to be the first social networking website? What company bought LinkedIn for $26 billion in 2016? What was the subject of the first photo posted on Instagram? Jonathan Abrams was the founder of what early social network? Which European capital has a district named after the famous poet Lord Byron? What creature’s bite can lead to Lyme disease? Where will you find America’s oldest restaurant? Considering the global population, if you’re “one in a million,” then theoretically there are about how many other people just like you? Seven Asian Countries Have Names Ending In Which Four Letters? In a 1964 song, what city does Frank Sinatra call “my kind of town”? What California city is in the title of N.W.A.’s biggest hit? What is another expression for “eudaemonism”? 1. One of the most common phobias is the fear of spiders. What is this fear called? 3. A bronze situla containing a curved iron sword dating from 700 BCE was found in the tomb of a king (Vorstengraf) in Oss. In what European country known for cheese, tulips and dikes will you find this burial mound? 4. In 1941, Disney released an animated film. The main character in the film is an elephant, with really big ears. He uses his ears to fly himself around the circus tent. Name this lovable Disney character. 6. One of the signers of the Declaration of Independence reputedly remarked: “There, I guess King George will be able to read that”. Who was he? 7. What is this in English? ‘Savais-tu qu’il y avait du jaune d’oeuf sur ta cravate?” Which state had a record ground temperature reading of 200 degrees Fahrenheit? Where can you find this 20-foot-tall duck? What is the northernmost spot in the 48 contiguous U.S.? We checked out the creepiest places in all 50 states to help you plan your next spine-tingling adventure. In Utah, we recommend booking a full-contact tour at the abandoned __________, which is said to be inhabited by three ghosts. Q4: On which space shuttle in 1991, was this species launched into space by NASA? Q3: The telecom infrastructure company ‘Bharti Infratel’ recently merged with which company? Q5: Which is the only continent where this reptile is not found? Q2: The movie ‘Runway 34’ is directed by which famous Bollywood actor? Which river passes through the cities of Toledo, Spain, and Lisbon, Portugal? Which country was England’s enemy during the Hundred Years War? Where is what’s considered the world’s most remote airport? What word did Facebook drop from its official name in 2005? What State Is The Origin Of The Mud Pie? Which of these countries does not have an eponymous capital city? 1. The Tooth Fairy is a figure from folk tales known for taking teeth. What is commonly left behind? 4. This great American jazz singer recorded “Strange Fruit.” She consumed copious amounts of liquor in her lifetime, in addition to illegal drugs. She is sometimes known as “Lady Day.” 2. In 1978, the producers assured you that “You’ll Believe a Man Can Fly”. What was the movie? 3. This African American baseball player, in particular broke racial barriers on the baseball field while playing for the Dodgers. Who was that person? 5. This town is home to the largest Icelandic population outside of Iceland. It was also the site of a remarkable emergency landing flight of a Air Canada Boeing 767 on July 23, 1983. What is a synonym for “deasil”? What world city looks the brightest from space? In which African country can you find this medieval castle? What animal does cashmere come from? Consult our Palm Springs travel guide to plan a desert-oasis adventure this summer. If you want to make a splash during your visit, we recommend heading to Knott’s Soak City Water Park, with acres of water rides and attractions like ____________. Q1: A commentary box at Lord’s has recently been named after which Australian cricket legend? Q2: Who among these played the role of ‘Laila’ in the recent movie ‘Heropanti 2’? Q4: What is a group of this bird known as? Q5: Due to which reason, does the moon appear in shades of red during this phenomenon? Biscayne Bay lies off the coast of which U.S. state? What is the state snack of Texas? Elvis Presley won a total of three Grammy Awards, all in which music category? Face, B.A. And Murdoch Were Characters From Which TV Show? What Oscar-winning film set in Mexico shares its name with a variety of tomato? 2. Which of the following poses another major threat to the Amur leopard? 3. Once again Kyle the Kennel Boy arrived in with a sick note; this time he’s suffering from Ergophobia! What in the name of goodness is that? 4. In 1984, the band Culture Club had international hits with the songs “Karma Chameleon” and “Miss Me Blind.” Who was the group’s lead singer? 5. Who starred as Prue Halliwell on the television show, “Charmed” (1998)? Which country has the highest low point in the world? Which country is home to these intriguing hexagonal rocks? What actor played lead greaser Danny Zuko? What is the term in Scrabble for using all seven tiles in one turn? What is an antonym for “zaftig”? A shipwreck is not the kind of adventure any sailor wants. During the Ghost Adventures team’s visit to North Head Lighthouse in Cape Disappointment, they learn that the small beach at the bottom of the lighthouse’s cliffs is called ________ because of the bodies that washed up on shore after the ship Vandalia wrecked in 1853. A graveyard in Vermont is dedicated to which sweet treat? Which city is nicknamed the “City of Bridges”? President Joe Biden appeared on whose late-night talk show this week? What is the oldest LGBTQ+ magazine in the United States? The United States’ first Pride parade was named for what NYC street? In 1971, who became the first openly gay candidate for U.S. Congress? An armed man was arrested and charged with the attempted murder of which Supreme Court Justice last week? Which “Alice In Wonderland” Character Can Disappear? Which state is known as “Old Dominion”? Which country is home to this geographic formation known as “The Needles”? What does “Homo sapien” mean in Latin? What expression is a synonym for “nyctalopia”? What was the first country to legalize gay marriage? Which color is NOT found in the standard LGBTQ+ pride flag? Who was the first openly gay Cabinet member? The Stonewall Uprising of 1969 took place in what city? Gay icon Harvey Milk was called the “Mayor” of what San Francisco street? Ireland is a travel destination for all types of adventurers. Both paranormal enthusiasts and history buffs would enjoy a visit to _________ , an ancient burial place constructed more than 5,000 years ago, built to capture the sunlight during the winter solstice and thought to have been used for rituals. In which U.S. city can you visit a museum dedicated entirely to salt and pepper shakers? What traditional Scottish dish is banned in the U.S.? What name did B.B. King give to his guitars? What is the highest-grossing movie of all time? Who Painted The Masterpiece “Salvator Mundi,” Which Sold For $407 Million At Auction In 2017? What is a synonym for “spoor”? In which African country can you find the lava lakes of Danakil Desert? William Shakespeare’s plays were performed mostly at what theater? Marilyn Monroe was famously married to what American playwright? Lorraine Hansberry wrote what award-winning Broadway play? Where does Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” take place? What is the dramatic principle named for playwright Anton Chekhov? When did Microsoft Windows debut? Which two dog breeds originally come from a Canadian province? Big adventures await you at the UNESCO World Heritage Sites here in the US. Which UNESCO destination from our guide has a signature feature incorrectly described here? Q2 – In the movie ‘A Thursday’ which famous actress plays the role of the Indian Prime Minister? Which U.S. city is home to the Grand Ole Opry? What country is the largest democracy in the world with an estimated 850,000 million eligible voters? What U.S. state’s official motto is in Spanish? The Rate At Which Information Can Be Transmitted Is Known As Its? When letters were added to telephone rotary dials, which word could NOT have been spelled out? 1. Who defeated Adlai Stevenson in two successive US presidential races? What two permanent rivers run through the Sahara? This dramatic coastline is part of which European country? What dinosaur’s skeleton appears in the logo for “Jurassic Park”? Who directed the first “Jurassic Park”? What is the name of the island where the original Jurassic Park is built? According to a famous quote from “Jurassic Park,” what does life do? Who composed the theme music for “Jurassic Park”? What is the currency of Poland? What is an antonym for “gainsay”? Many folk interested in paranormal adventures prefer them from the comfort of their sofas. We polled Travel Channel fans for favorite creepy moments from the long-running Dead Files, and they included the episode _________, in which Amy discovers the young members of a local family are not being haunted by ghosts, but abducted by aliens. Q2 – In the movie ’83’, Tahir Raj Bhasin plays the role of which famous cricketer? Where did gazpacho originate? Which sauce derives its name from an Italian word meaning “to pound”? Which state was admitted to the U.S. 100 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence? In The TV Show Thunderbirds, Jeff Tracy’s Sons Are Named After American What? Disney’s Space Mountain is the centerpiece of what Magic Kingdom land? Which entertainer is credited by Guinness World Records with logging the “most hours on U.S. television”? 1. When we sat down to watch the film, the soundtrack was so loud that I thought I would finish up as _____ as a post. Which word idiomatically fills the blank? 2. Which of the following actors has had an equally successful run as director with critical as well as commercial hits such as “Unforgiven”, “The Bridges of Madison County”, “Mystic River” and “Million Dollar Baby”? 6. Which Wright is regarded as America’s foremost architect? 7. Who was known for the Playboy Mansion and parties? 8. You’ve grown until you are more than twenty feet tall. You’re taller than the tallest living animal that normally lives on Earth. What animal is it? Where is the world’s shortest railway? Where can you find this white, rocky beach? What does the “ZIP” in ZIP code stand for? What does URL stand for? Superman: The Ride at Six Flags New England is built with what material? What is the name of Coney Island’s iconic wooden roller coaster? What rock band stars in Hollywood Studios’ Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster? Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure holds what world record? Which amusement park has the most roller coasters? We located gorgeous waterfalls across the world ready for exploration. Which hidden gem has moss-covered canyons that result in a spectacular natural cathedral, yet demands a six-mile pilgrimage from would-be admirers? What is a synonym for “imprest”? Q5 – The name of this breed of dog was changed to what by the Allies during the first world war? Which African city is NOT located along the Nile? Toledo is the name of a city in which two countries? Which creature is nicknamed the “Unicorn of the Sea”? How Many Times Did The Pittsburgh Steelers Win The Super Bowl In The 1970s? The first woman to run for president chose whom as her running mate? Which founding father also served as the first postmaster general? Which state did the Pony Express NOT go through? Where was the eastern terminus of the Pony Express? Who was the first American woman on a U.S. postage stamp? Who was featured on the first U.S. postage stamps? 1. Another option for treatment of a badly decayed tooth is to simply remove it. What is another word for that procedure? 6. Which of these is a thin French bread? Where can you find this medieval cliffside town? If tying the knot wasn’t adventure enough, we gathered together romantic honeymoon destinations for couples based on interest. Where do we send avid skiers, snowboarders and snowshoers? What is another name for a “neep”? What is the only Western European country without a McDonald’s? What does BMW stand for in German? Q3: In the Amazon Prime series ‘Reacher’ which of these actors plays the title role of Jack Reacher? Q4: What is the name of this landmark? Q1: The port of Mariupol, under attack is located in which country? Where can you kiss a fish as part of a ritual called “getting screeched in”? In which of these states is it illegal to fall asleep in a cheese shop? The winner of a $140 million lawsuit, Terry Bollea is better known by what name? What word describes ice, grease, and banana peels? What word is a dish with food put between two slices of bread? What word refers to the current climate outside? What do you call the person who lives next door? There is only one U.S. federal holiday during which season of the year? Which Company’s Aircrafts Were Grounded In 2019 Over Safety Concerns? 1. In 1982, American singer Kim Carnes won Grammy Awards for both Record of the Year and Song of the Year with a melody about the eyes of which Hollywood actress? 2. Our final landmark is located in Pasadena, California, and is home to the oldest football bowl game in the United States. What is the name of this famous stadium? 7. Number 17 is a rare chick flick in which the main character doesn’t get the guy. Even though she tries to break up his impending wedding (for which she is the maid of honor… or rather dis-honor) she doesn’t get her man. 8. “Physical” was a number one hit for which female singer? 9. What does the NHL stand for? What is the economic union of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg called? What animal preys on great white sharks? In which city can you find this historic elevator? What is a synonym for “limpet”? In 2021, the Ghost Adventures crew investigated Los Angeles’ legendary comedy club, The Comedy Store. Sam Kinison is one comedian said to haunt the club, with multiple witnesses spotting him in ________? In which ocean is the Sulu Sea? Which country uses 100% wind-powered electric trains? What was the code name for the D-Day invasion? Das Remake von Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time wurde erneut verschoben Die Erfolge von GoldenEye HD zeigen, dass das Remaster möglicherweise bald auf Xbox erscheint In the complete song, who wants to be taken out to the Ball Game? The first Frisbees were made of what? In traditional beach volleyball, how many players are on each side? Limbo began as a traditional Caribbean dance during what type of event? What is the name of the smallest ball in bocce ball? Drake’s Song “Marvin’s Room” Was Allegedly Recorded In A Studio Owned By Who? 1. A surgery that would cause a release of the transverse carpal ligament to relieve pressure on the median nerve on a human’s wrist is known as what type of operation? 4. With your first ball, you roll the ball and knock down 8 pins, leaving the 7-pin and 10-pin. This setup is call a what? 2. In 1987, Mel Brooks directed a take-off on the “Star Wars” movies starring Rick Moranis as Dark Helmet. What was the name of this movie that also starred John Candy as Barf? 3. This American film star was born Jill Arlyn Oppenheim in 1940, but who was she known as on screen? 5. Which pop star born in 1958 probably wished he could have said “beat it” when a man with a subpoena arrived at his door? Still, his court case was a thriller; I wonder if he had a copy of ‘Neverland Revisited’ in his album collection? What was the previous name for the White House? The Marx Brothers company “Duck Soup” is set in which fictional country? What was the first book sold on Amazon? What is an antonym for “extemporize”? Which European city is home to this spectacular church? When a horseshoe totally surrounds the stake, it’s called what? Where is the official Surf City, USA? Which classic beach activity was once an Olympic sport? What did Ralph Samuelson use to create the first-ever pair of water skis? We made suggestions for 21 mind-blowing adventures you’ll remember for a lifetime. We included whitewater rafting from a high-volume, pool-drop river that floods between February and the end of June in which country? Q3: The efforts of Vijay Barse, who inspired the movie Jhund, rehabilitated slum dwellers using which sport? Where is the world’s largest ballpoint pen? Which of these countries does not have an official capital city? What company owns the Lexus brand of automobiles? Louis Pasteur Developed A Way Of Making Which Liquid Safe To Drink? Which of these temperatures is the coldest? The next 2K Games games seem to have leaked on the web Fans will love Sonic Frontiers’ return to Sega 4 years GitHub under Microsoft Where is the tallest state capitol building in the U.S.? Where can you see this leaning, 10th-century pagoda? What song does Ferris Bueller lip-sync in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”? What model of car serves as a time machine in “Back to the Future”? How many Electoral College votes does a U.S. presidential candidate need to get elected? Incorporating adventure into your next trip is as easy as picking the fright accommodation. We assembled a list of nine spirit-infused establishments and included the Gettysburg Hotel, a former Civil War field hospital for the injured and dying. We learn that the most well-known ghost there is a nurse named _______, who is still looking for soldiers to help. What is a synonym for “derring-do”? Q1: Carl Pei, the OnePlus co-founder has announced the name of his next venture. What is it called? Apia is the capital of which Pacific island nation? Which island group was once called the Sandwich Islands? What is the smallest composite number? Which company introduced the first credit card in 1950? What U.S. state’s name comes from the Caddo word meaning “friends”? Mexico and Guatemala both have names that come from which language? Mississippi’s name comes from an Algonquian word meaning what? Chicago’s name comes from a Miami-Illinois word referring to which food? What is another expression for “triplicity”? Saint-Tropez Is A Fashionable Seaside Resort On The Shores Of Which Sea? What is the most remote populated island in the world? Amusement parks promise big adventure for the whole family. In our guide to the best in the country, we included Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia, but failed to mention which heart-pounding coaster? What distinguishes a heifer from other cows? Where is this breathtaking outdoor amphitheater? What NBA player’s silhouette appears on the league’s official logo? Before the “National Basketball Association,” what was the league called? What NBA player scored a record 100 points in one game in 1962? What NBA team won nine championships in the 1960s? Q2: Jaitapur, set to be the country’s largest nuclear power generating site, is located in which state? Q5: A player from which country has won 21 men’s singles Grand Slams in this sport? Q1: Gulabo, who recently died at the Van Vihar National Park and Zoo in Bhopal, was the oldest of what animal in India? What is the largest coral reef in the contiguous United States? Which capital city is spread across 14 islands? Which singer once belonged to a group called Wham!? What is a synonym for “pollex”? Of the 12 zodiac signs, which one is symbolized by the creature with the most legs? What noted poet had only 10 poems published in her lifetime? Who is the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history? Maya Angelou’s poem “His Day Is Done” was an elegy of what man? Emma Lazarus’ poem “The New Colossus” is associated with what structure? Who was the first African American to be named Poet Laureate of the U.S.? 1. “tlhIngan Hol vIjatlhlaHbe”, but if you do you’ll have no trouble identifying Star Trek’s favorite bad-boy allies. The Use Of Andouille Sausage Is Associated With What Kind Of American Cuisine? Which U.S. state’s three most populous cities start with the same letter? Where can you find this angelic sculpture? Which type of taste can cats not experience? On his big adventure to Scotland, our travel writer is captivated by the country’s fascinating history, lush landscapes, magical castles and spectacular architecture. To which city does he say we should travel to see one of the most magnificent cathedrals built in Europe during the Middle Ages, just a 10-minute stroll from the city center? Q1: Who is the first Black woman to appear on the US quarter? Which U.S. state is home to the largest mushroom farm in the world? Which TV show helped launch the careers of Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Christina Aguilera? David Bowie changed his original name to avoid confusion with which famous “Dave”? What Kinds Of Tales Did Aesop Make Famous? Who is the highest-scoring player in NBA regular season history? In 2008, the Seattle SuperSonics relocated to what city? 1. How does a traditional game of checkers end? 2. A Boy, a Princess, A genie with a brass lamp, A wicked Wizard. What is the title of this story? 3. Which country is home to the critically endangered Kakapo parrot? 4. I seem to like to see, Flames as bright as can be, They hypnotize, And draw my eyes, To their truly hot beauty! I may have what disorder? 5. The things some people do, it’s like they have no _______ at all. Do you know how to spell the missing word? Which famous landmark has an apartment built on top of it? Where is this scenic lighthouse? What is an antonym for “hearken”? Which President founded the Environmental Protection Agency? The haunted Westerfeld House in San Francisco has played host to much spiritual misadventure during its vast history. Which infamous room do we say is the source of the satanic stain on the home, yet enjoys great city views? Which country hosts the annual Air Guitar World Championships? Which late night host featured a regular segment called “The Top Ten List”? Zaire is the former name of which country? Which of these letters is NOT a Roman numeral? Sumerians used a sexagesimal system, meaning it was based on what number? In ancient Greek math, what number was represented by the symbol B (beta)? Ancient Babylonian numbers were written in what wedge-shaped characters? Havasu Falls drops from what American landmark? What is unique about the planet’s largest waterfall? Who Painted “The Creation Of Man”? What is a synonym for “dragoman”? 1. In 1952, Albert Ghiorso identified a new element. He named this element after a famous scientist, Albert Einstein. What was the name of this element? 2. This Billy first appeared in the 1970s as a member of Generation X, and went solo in the 1980s. His tunes included “Rebel Yell” and “White Wedding”. Which Billy voiced these tunes? 4. Which Russian capital city is the site of the famous Red Square? When you donate blood, you give around one pint. How much blood do you have in your body to start with? Where is egg coffee a local beverage? Where can you find this town built inside a meteor crater? What is the name of the numeral system we use today? Aleph, bet, and gimel represent one, two, and three in what system? Which of these ancient civilizations came first? Where is America’s tallest publicly accessible underground waterfall? Where is this “Rain Vortex,” the world’s tallest indoor waterfall? Make your next big adventure even bigger by adding A-list accommodation to the trip. In our survey of celebrity beach houses we discovered the villa Au Soleil, former vacation home of comedian Steve Martin in St. Barts. We especially liked the gazebo with its outdoor living room, surrounded by _________. Q4: Name this animal which is endemic to the Democratic Republic of Congo and is referred to as a ‘zebra giraffe.’ Q5: In which of these countries is this the national animal? Q1: Rukmini Banerji, CEO of Pratham Education Foundation, has been awarded which highest education accolade in 2021? Q2: Indian Navy’s indigenous stealth guided-missile destroyer ‘Mormugao’ is named after a port in which state? Q3: Sabah Al Khaled Al Hamad Al Sabah has been appointed the new Prime Minister of which country? Which country has a town named Batman? In the comic strip “Peanuts,” what is Charlie Brown’s father’s occupation? Where is the world’s second-largest coral reef system, after the Great Barrier Reef? A Network Set Up With The Purpose Of Attracting Hackers Is Known As A? What two states is Ellis Island located between? What was the original name of the Peanuts comic strip? 1. While it was written in the 1930s, the song “Dream a Little Dream of Me” is perhaps best known for the rendition done in the 1960s. What singer was featured as soloist on the version of the song recorded by “The Mamas and the Papas” in 1968? 2. What country is home to the largest city in Africa? I, Napoleon, was there when I said this to rally my men “. . .forty centuries look down upon you. . .” 4. Now, “E”. Edward the educator made every effort to EDUCE eloquence and erudition from his charges through enlightened techniques. What does “EDUCE” mean? 5. With your first ball, you roll the ball and knock down 8 pins, leaving the 7-pin and 10-pin. This setup is call a what? 6. Who was this left handed guitarist who was famous for playing his right handed guitar upside down? He made a famous recording of “The Star Spangled Banner” at the Woodstock Festival. Wyoming’s Devils Tower and Nebraska’s Courthouse Rock are both examples of what landform? What is another term for “buskin”? Where does the sunset create this firefall each year? In what state is the tallest waterfall in the continental U.S.? Which two countries share Iguazu Falls? Which country is home to the tallest waterfall in the world? Which famous waterfall is known as the “Smoke That Thunders”? Where is Europe’s most powerful waterfall? Who was known as the “Father of Railways”? Our list of 13 bone-chilling movies based on real-life could serve as a catalog of adventures most of us wouldn’t seek out. Which statement about the inspiration for The Shining is incorrect? Q1: The 25th National Youth Festival was held where in India? Q3: Where is the 22nd Missile Vessel Squadron based that comprises vessels Prabal, Pralaya, Nashak, Nishank, Vipul, Vibhuti, Vinash and Vidyut? Q4: Name this famous guitarist who is popular on instagram. Which mountain is home to the Hollywood Sign? For the first thirty years of its existence, which snack did not have a creamy filling? Kansas and Texas are both home to museums focused on what invention? Where is the world’s largest war memorial? In What Country Was “The Sound Of Music” Set? Memorial Day was originally created to honor fallen soldiers of which war? 1. What is the name of the main index on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange? Where is the National Aquarium of the U.S.? Where is the driest place on Earth? What kind of food is manchet? Where is this austere house? What fictional President was played by Martin Sheen on “The West Wing”? In what movie trilogy did Robin Williams play Theodore Roosevelt? What founding father did Paul Giamatti play in a 2008 HBO miniseries? Martin Sheen, Greg Kinnear, and Rob Lowe have all played what President? Selina Meyer finally became President in the last episode of what series? On a Costa Rican wildlife adventure, we discover exotic animals aplenty. Which creature in our feature about creatures’ features is incorrectly described here? Q3: Kazhuveli Wetland was recently declared as the 16th Bird Sanctuary of which state? Q5: Which national park of India is known to have the highest population of this animal? Q1: Which film won the Best Film (Drama) award at the Golden Globes 2022? El Árbol del Tule, the world’s widest tree, is in what country? Actor Ray Liotta died in his sleep this week at the age of 67. Which film did he not appear in? In 2009, Which Organization Offered NBC $3 Million To Run A Super Bowl Ad Called “Veggie Love” And Was Rejected? A Toy Fox Terrier named Pebbles set a Guinness World Record this week as the oldest living dog. How old is she? Zebra, pelican, puffin, and pegasus are all types of pedestrian crossings in what country? Where can you find this hilltop fort? When do horses lie down? What is the traditional unit of measurement for the height of a horse? What NOT a name for a juvenile horse? Where did the Clydesdale breed of horse originate? What kind of domestic horses are used as riding horses today? What is the only South American country to have coastlines on the Pacific and the Caribbean? What is considered America’s oldest cocktail? What is an antonym for “exonym”? Maybe extraterrestrial adventures are your jam, at least as a spectator sport. We included The Phenomenon by filmmaker James Fox on our list of the top 10 shock docs available on discovery+. Which of the following is not true of this investigative tour-de-force? Which president’s face is the farthest to the right on Mount Rushmore? Botev is the highest peak of which mountain range? Wendy Kaufman became famous as what beverage spokesperson? Who is the only NBA player to play in four different decades? In The TV Series “Doctor Who,” Which Actor First Played The Doctor? What region is known for its traditional dish of lutefisk? Where is this beautiful red-and-yellow temple? What is the name of Yellowstone’s most famous geyser? Yellowstone National Park is located primarily in what state? What is Yellowstone National Park named after? What is the highest point in Yellowstone National Park? What President designated Yellowstone as a national park in 1872? In our compendium of 50 States, 50 Landmarks, we pick one must-see destination for each state. In Idaho, we were impressed by __________, the popular whitewater rafting destination spanning 110 miles that includes 300 ratable rapids and six natural hot springs. Where is the International Banana Museum? What is an antonym for “desultory”? What symbol is used to represent a spare on a bowling score sheet? How long is a lane in standard 10-pin bowling? Q2: UNESCO recently added calligraphy in which language to the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list? Q3: Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer is a joint effort between NASA and which country’s space agency? Q5: This is which country’s flag? Q1: Which city will be home to India’s first-ever Water Metro project? How do you spell the animal sometimes nicknamed “trash panda”? In bowling, three strikes in a row are known by what animal term? How many points are scored in a perfect game of bowling? In 1947, what President inaugurated the White House bowling alley? Which U.S. state has the highest average speed limit? Haida Gwaii are a group of islands belonging to which nation? Which pop star did NOT marry and later divorce one of their backup dancers? How Many Points Did Jerry Rice Score At Super Bowl XXIV? Which movie sequel won an Oscar for Best Picture? Where is the world’s longest outdoor escalator system? What word refers to a structure that crosses a river? What is a “yarborough”? 1. Which small electric device whose name starts with “I” assists in creating pureed vegetables and smooth sauces? Burundi, Guinea, Rwanda, and Switzerland all use currency called what? A miner’s inch is a way to measure what? Where is this stunning abbey? When we asked Travel Channel’s paranormal hosts to divulge their top destinations for supernatural adventures, who chose Charleston, South Carolina? Q5: Name this animal Q4: Who is the current CEO of this tech company? Q1: Who has been appointed India’s first National Maritime Security Coordinator? Q2: Which of these neighbouring countries have decided to adopt India’s UPI system? Which Indian city is the Taj Mahal located in? Vegetable sheep are a common plant found in what country? What constellation contains the North Star? Dancehall Music Originated In Which Country? Which of these holiday foods is basted? What term describes frying something in a small amount of fat? Blanched vegetables are briefly boiled and then plunged into what? What is the key ingredient in a flambéed dish? According to a 1985 Supreme Court case, which of these places is not an island? What is a synonym for “estival”? 5. What song talks about kissing a girl and enjoying it? In the 1920s, what government organization built giant concrete arrows across the U.S.? Where is this castle that was abandoned before construction finished? What type of food is cooked al dente? On a big adventure to Grand Teton National Park, our travel writer discovered some fascinating facts about elk, but not this. What NASA spacecraft was the first to orbit Mercury? Where was the world’s first botanical garden? Q5: The flag of which country has been shown in this visual? Q1: PVR Ltd launched its movie non-fungible token (NFT) ahead of the release of which of these movies? Q2: In 2022, who became the first cricketer to score a triple century on debut in a first-class match? Q4: What did this company used to initially manufacture? Which tower inspired Seattle’s Space Needle? Where is Palm Jumeirah, a large artificial island shaped like a palm tree? Which of these animals is known for its ability to detect electricity? What is another word for “fartlek”? What group laid siege to Paris several times in the 9th century CE? What river flows through Paris? What is the name of the theme song for the movie and TV series M*A*S*H? Jesse Owens Won Athletic Golds At The Olympics In Which City In 1936? 1. Multi-infarct dementia is caused by which of the following? Where does the name “Paris” come from? Which French king selected Paris as his capital? What was the Louvre originally built as in 1190? The Treaty of Paris in 1783 ended what war? Crowned in Paris, Napoleon Bonaparte never held what title? Who was the first woman to score a Grand Slam in tennis? Where did the first indoor ski slope open? Which country is known for its landforms called “tepuis”? Where is this ornate covered bridge? Travelers who enjoy adventurous accommodation should consider one of the creepy hotels the Ghost Adventures crew have visited during their paranormal work. In Bisbee, Arizona, the trio examined the Oliver House, where they ____________.