What movie trailer was banned from theaters when audience members reportedly ran out of the room after viewing it?
What is “Charles Bonnet Syndrome”?
True or False: Ancient Romans believed that drinking fresh gladiator’s blood could cure epilepsy.
What does the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia display?
What title was Joseph Merrick better known by?
What creepy feature did the 1960s Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland contain?
Where is the Sedlec Ossuary, or The Church of Bones, located?
What is a teratoma?
What is so strange about the Pacu fish?
After the deaths of four of its actors, including its child star, what film was said to be cursed?
What did “safety coffins” do?
What is Robert the Doll best known for?
What was “ceruse” in Queen Elizabeth I’s beauty regime?
What’s housed in the Ven Haven museum in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky?
What is prosopagnosia?
Why is the island of Poveglia, Italy considered haunted?
True or False: in Ancient England, people drank and ate out of the tops of skulls.
Hundreds of years ago, why did people take the moss “usnea” from corpses?
Where did the biggest tsunami in history hit?
What strange thing do the Toraja people do with the bodies of their deceased?
True or False: A Nightmare on Elm Street is based on a true story.
What is a “Rat King”?
What strange habit was NOT popular in Victorian England?
True or false: dentures used to be made out of horse’s teeth.
In January 2017, an asteroid passed very close by to Earth. What was its name?
What is the “Codex Gigas” better known as?
True or False: The 1958 film The Blob is modeled after a true story.
In 1934, a 203-foot tsunami hit what European town?
True or False: Harvard University owns a book bound in dragon skin.
What is a “mellified man”?
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