A somewhat belated Quiz seven. Answers on Thursday
Q1: Which of Henry the 8th's Wives suffered the same fate as Anne Boleyn ?.
A: Catherine Howard was also beheaded.
Q2: What year was Martin Luther King Assasinated ?
A: 1968. ( 4th of April )
Q3: Who's shocking murder rocked Briton in 1999 ?
A: Jill Dando
Q4: The First ever meeting between a British Monarch and a US president took place in 1918, Who was the President.?
A: President Roosevelt.
Q5: Which famous composer wrote the music that we use for " Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"?
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A: Mozart... Allegedly ?
Q6: The Keil canal links the Baltic with which other body of water.?
A: It links to the North Sea, 98km long or 61miles
Q7: Name the US Playwright who wrote " Barefoot in the Park " and " The Odd Couple " ?
A: Neil Simon.
Q8: What breed of dog is Nana in Peter Pan ?
A: St Bernard.
Q9: What is the other name for a Limestone Landscape ?
Q10: Who created the " Wall of Sound" in the 1960's ?
A: Phil Spectre.
Q11: What is the capital of the state of New South Wales in Australia ? ( In case you thought there was another ).
Q12: Which invention made Alfred Nobel his fortune ?
Q13: How long is the M62 Motorway, Miles or Kilometres, ?.
A: The M62 is 107 miles from Liverpool to Hull, Or 172km if you go the long way round.
Q14: Which Canadian Lake is known as " The Lake of Shining Water " in the Huron Language?
A: Lake Ontario.
Q15: Who was convicted of the killing of Martin Luther King?
A James Earl Ray.
Q16: Name the ship that Grace Darling helped to rescue the survivors from in 1838.
A: The ship was the Forfarshire.
Q17: Who was the last Woman in Britain to be Hanged?.
A: Ruth Ellis, For the murder of her lover David Blakely
Q18: What is Octodecaphobia ?
A: A fear of the number 18.
Q19: Where would you usually wear a Skean Dhu ?
A: Also known as sgian dhub; In yer sock, Or hose, It is a small knife to eat with etc.
Q20: Where is the Isle of Grain ?
A: The Isle of Grain is a village in the Medway region of Kent and is not an island.
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