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100

In what country did Halloween originate?  Where did it start?

Ireland (daily double)

100

How many knees does an elephant have?

Four

100

What movie franchise is famous for, “may the force be with you?”

Star Wars

100

What does a carnivore eat?

Meat

100

What is the sweet substance made by bees?

Honey

100


A match

200

What two words were combined to make "bonfire"?

Bone and Fire

200

Arachnophobia is the fear of what?

Spiders
200

What is the highest-grossing video game franchise to date?

Mario

200

What is the only bird that can fly backwards?

The hummingbird

200
What is the most expensive spice, by weight, in the world?

Saffron

200


A screw

300

Every Halloween Charlie Brown's friend Linus waits for this character to appear?

The Great Pumpkin

300

What is the collective name for a group of crows?

A murder

300

What 2013 movie is based on a future dystopian America, where all crime is made legal one night a year?

The Purge (daily double)

300

Natural pearls are found in what sea creature?

Oysters

300

Which country eats the least amount of meat in the world? 

India

300


A crayon

400

Halloween dates back to an even earlier holiday called what?

Samhain 

400

What is the name of the world’s largest reef system?

The Great Barrier Reef

400

Which Disney princess has the least amount of dialogue in their movie?

Aurora/Sleeping Beauty

400

What is the chemical name for table salt?

Sodium chloride

400

Which Mexican food has a name meaning “little donkey”?

Burrito

400


A shoelace  (daily double)

500

Halloween is the second largest commercial (sales) holiday in the United States and Canada.  

Christmas is the biggest?

500

How many hearts does an octopus have?

Three  (daily double)

500

Which Avenger, other than Captain America, was able to pick up Thor’s hammer in the Marvel movies?

Vision

500

Diamonds are made up almost entirely of what element?

Carbon  (daily double)

500

Pink Lady is a type of what fruit?

Apple

500


Grain of sugar/salt/sand

600

The fastest pumpkin carving took less than this many seconds....

less than 20 seconds

600

What color are flamingos when they are born?

Gray

600

Name one of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West‘s kids?

North, Saint, Chicago or Psalm

600

How many digits of pi are there?

Infinite

600

What is a bratwurst?

A type of German sausage

600


Pages of a book

700

A story says that an Irish man named Stingy Jack tricked the devil and wasn't allowed into heaven or hell.  He was forced to walk the earth carrying a lantern and was given a new name.... 

Jack O' Lantern (Jack of the Lantern)

700

A lobster's teeth are located in which part of its body?

Their stomach

700

Disney’s beloved Mickey Mouse almost had a different name. What was it?

Mortimer Mouse  (daily double)

700

What sense don't dolphins have?

Smell

700

Snickers is a brand name chocolate bar made by which American company?

Mars, Inc.

700


Soap foam

800

Originally, pumpkins weren't carved for Halloween...the Irish carved these vegetables instead....

Turnips, or beets, or potatoes!

800

The horn of a rhinoceros is made of which material?

Keratin (the same protein as hair, skin and fingernails)  (daily double)

800

In what country was the first Starbucks opened outside of North America?

Japan

800

What does NASA stand for?

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

800

Applesauce is famous for being eaten as the first food... where?

In space

800


A paintbrush

900

What do we called the night before Halloween?  October 30th?

Devil's Night (or Mischief Night, or Goosey Night)

900

Which type of bear has the scientific name "Ursus Arctos"?

Brown bear

900

What is the longest-running Broadway show of all time?

The Phantom of the Opera

900

Which planet has the most moons?

Jupiter

900

Many red candies get their colour from what type of insect?

Beetle

900


A kitchen sponge
1000

How did Halloween come to start in North America?

Irish immigrants fled from famine and brought their traditions to the US and Canada  (or people moved here and brought their traditions)

1000

A "Lepidopterist" is someone who studies which type of animal?

Butterflies

1000

As of 23/10/2021, what is the most watched Netflix series of all time?

Squid Game  (daily double)

1000

What blood type do you need to be a universal donor?

O-

1000

The purpose of ketchup, other than a condiment, during the 1830’S was for what?

Medicine

1000


Lipstick

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