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Question 1: After a 1940 sailing trip that ended with engine trouble on his yacht, he began a three-month stay in ________.
Fairbanks, AlaskaPetersburg, AlaskaKetchikan, AlaskaJuneau, Alaska

Question 2:
What is L. Ron Hubbard also known as?
Simpson, Ronald Albert; Simpson, Ron; Bianchini, Gillian
Taylor, Ronald
Hubbard, Lafayette Ronald
Paul, Ronald Ernest

Question 3: [93] He moved to ________ in 1955 and organized the Founding Church of Scientology.
Washington, D.C.BostonPhoenix, ArizonaAtlanta

Question 4:
What did L. Ron Hubbard do for a living?
Author of non-fiction books
Science fiction writer
lawyer, fiction writer, cultural critic
Speculative fiction author

Question 5: [13] In 1930, Hubbard was reported in the ________ as having been the youngest Eagle Scout in the United States at the time.
Pulitzer Prize for CommentaryThe Washington PostPulitzer Prize for National ReportingWashington Star

Question 6: The Magnificent Failure, ________, March 1949, (as René Lafayette)
Wonder StoriesFantastic Story MagazineAmazing StoriesStartling Stories

Question 7: [157] They lived in Los Angeles, California and, during the late 1930s and '40s, in ________.
Kitsap County, WashingtonBremerton, WashingtonBainbridge Island, WashingtonPort Orchard, Washington

Question 8: Tough Old Man ________, November 1950,
Fantastic Story MagazineAmazing StoriesWonder StoriesStartling Stories

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Question 10:
How is L. Ron Hubbard described?
german-turkish writer and journalist
Speculative fiction Author, Founder, Scientology
United States Army Medal of Honor recipient
Inuit chief

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