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Ripley's Believe It or Not!: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: The first one was opened in ________ in 1933, where, in an apparent promotional gimmick, beds were provided in the Odditorium for people who "fainted" daily.
Burr Ridge, IllinoisElmhurst, IllinoisChicagoBlue Island, Illinois

Question 2: "The Castle" was originally a ________ mansion, built in 1887 by millionaire William Warden as a winter home.
Gothic Revival architectureMoorish Revival architectureRenaissance Revival architectureNeoclassical architecture

Question 3: However, two myths dispelled by ________ using the scientific method have appeared in their books.
MythBusters (2005 season)MythBustersMythBusters (2008 season)MythBusters (2007 season)

Question 4: museum opened in the UK is based in the popular holiday destination of ________.
Cheshire EastWarringtonBlackpoolBlackburn with Darwen

Question 5: Bangalore, India - The Ripley's Museum is at the Innovative Filmcity in ________.
BangaloreBugle RockBengaluru PeteKrishnarajapura

Question 6: Clarke later created parodies of Believe It or Not! for Mad, as did Wally Wood and ________, who also did a recurring satire called "Strangely Believe It!" on his TV programs.
Stan FrebergErnie KovacsJack Davis (cartoonist)Al Jaffee

Question 7: San Antonio - The Ripley's Museum is located across from the historic ________.
Siege of the AlamoBattle of the AlamoTexas RevolutionBattle of San Jacinto

Question 8: Ocean City - The Ripley's Museum in Ocean City, ________ is located on the boardwalk at Wicomico Street.
VirginiaPennsylvaniaMarylandDelaware

Question 9: Catherine Shirriff
Holly Palance
________
Marie OsmondJonathan Roberts (dancer)Donny OsmondDancing with the Stars (U.S. season 5)

Question 10: One myth dispelled by ________ had previously appeared in Ripley's books.
George W. BushSnopes.comFox News ChannelBarack Obama
















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