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Question 1: The Thornton Road poltergeist of ________ (1981).
BirminghamCoventryWolverhamptonStoke-on-Trent

Question 2:
Who played Mrs. Tuthill the movie Poltergeist?
Dominique Dunne
Virginia Kiser
Beatrice Straight
Virginia Kiser

Question 3:
What role did Virginia Kiser play in the movie Poltergeist?
Dana Freeling
Mrs. Tuthill
Carol Anne Freeling
Dr. Lesh

Question 4: A poltergeist named Peeves appears in the ________ series.
Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsHarry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneJ. K. RowlingHarry Potter

Question 5: Some scientists and skeptics propose that all poltergeist activity untraceable to fraud has a physical explanation such as static electricity, ________ fields, ultra-, and infrasound and/or ionized air.
Magnetic fieldMaxwell's equationsElectromagnetismClassical electromagnetism

Question 6: The ________ poltergeist (fairly recent (2004-2005)) - Famed for defying all attempts at a scientific explanation, Sicily, Italy.
TaorminaCaroniaSan Marco d'AlunzioCapizzi

Question 7: Poltergeist manifestations have been reported in many cultures, to the point of becoming part of ________ in India, the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Brazil and other countries.
FolkloreElfFairyDwarf

Question 8: The Haunting of The ________ (1848) - arguably one of the most famous, because it started the Spiritualism movement.
Fox sistersMediumshipSéanceHarry Houdini

Question 9: Two copies of the pamphlet exist in the ________.
Victoria and Albert MuseumNational Gallery (London)British MuseumImperial War Museum

Question 10: Harry Price investigated ________ which is often called "the most haunted house in England."
MonasteryBorley RectoryMonkGhost







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