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Monster Trivia Quiz

written by: Eve
 
Meet these monsters from fiction, folklore and mythology. Answer the questions and have fun!

Question 1:


Name the author who came up with the idea of the Frankenstein monster while visiting a villa in Switzerland together with Lord Byron and his friends.
Oscar Wilde
Virginia Woolf
Mary Shelley
Bram Stoker

Question 2:


What monster from Greek mythology had a hideous face and living venomous snakes in place of hair?
Orthrus
Gorgon
Hydra
Typhon

Question 3:


What mythological hominid-like creature allegedly inhabits forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest?
Abominable Snowman
Yeti
Basilisk
Bigfoot

Question 4:


What is the other name of Abominable Snowman, an ape-like entity said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet?
Yowie
Amomongo
Yeti
Bigfoot

Question 5:


Count Dracula is an undead, centuries-old vampire who inhabits a decaying castle in the Carpathian Mountains in what present day country?
Poland
Russia
Romania
Austria

Question 6:


What monster is described as being large in size, with a long neck and one or more humps protruding from the water?
Yeti
Satyr
Nessie
Chupacabra

Question 7:


These creatures depicted by J. R. R. Tolkien are brutish, aggressive and malevolent.
golems
pixies
valkyrie
orcs

Question 8:


Name the monstrous serpentine creature in the Harry Potter universe that can be controlled only by Parselmouths.
Goblin
Boggart
Seer
Basilisk

Question 9:


What animated anthropomorphic being from Jewish folklore is magically created entirely from inanimate matter?
Bogle
Wraith
Griffin
Golem

Question 10:


Name the legendary creature whose name is literally translated as "goat-sucker".
Sasquatch
Cockatrice
Cerberus
Chulacabra

 


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