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Clinton Road (New Jersey): Quiz

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Question 1: entry into ________.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations

Question 2: Who would be doing this is sometimes unspecified or varies, but it is most often attributed to the Jackson Whites, a pejorative name for the ________.
North CarolinaRamapough Mountain IndiansNew JerseyFlorida

Question 3: Newark's water department razed the castle as an attractive nuisance in 1988, but the foundations remain and several hiking ________ can still be followed to the site.
RoadUnited StatesHighwayTrail

Question 4: However, the building's origins are easily explained: It is an iron smelter left over from the 18th century when the ore was common in the area and needed for the Continental Army in the ________.
American Revolutionary WarNew York and New Jersey campaignUnited StatesSaratoga campaign

Question 5: In 1905 a man named Richard Cross built a ________ on high land near the reservoir.
FortificationKeepHill fortCastle

Question 6: One claims to have seen a ghost ________ driven by a girl who supposedly died when she crashed it in 1988 (any mention while driving the road at night is supposed to trigger a manifestation).
Chevrolet CamaroChevrolet Camaro (fifth generation)Chevrolet CapriceChevrolet Camaro (second generation)

Question 7: If not of ________ origin, they are said to have been survivors of Jungle Habitat, a nearby attraction that has been closed since 1976, which have managed to survive and crossbreed.
ParanormalExorcismSupernaturalGhost

Question 8: Residents warn that if you drive the road late at night, there is a phantom ________ that appears suddenly behind drivers.
Pickup truckFord FiestaFord Motor CompanyChevrolet

Question 9: Later in the 20th century it fell into ruin after a fire destroyed part of it and became a popular destination for ________ and local teenagers looking for secluded locations to camp out and have parties.
CampingHikingMountaineeringBackpacking (wilderness)

Question 10: One day in May 1983 a ________ going down the road noticed vultures feasting at a spot in the nearby woods.
Utility cyclingCyclingBicycleSustainable transport







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