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Mysterious People

written by: yana999
 
How many of these mysterious people can you identify?

Question 1:


He was a Jewish teacher, dressed like a vagabond, who taught a small number of distinguished students in post-World War II Europe.
Monsieur Chouchani
Emmanuel Levinas
Alan Greenspan
Julio Iglesias

Question 2:


Babushka Lady is the nickname of a mysterious woman who might have photographed the events surrounding the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
False
True

Question 3:


What statement is true about the mysterious person nicknamed Poe Toaster?
He claimed he was Edgar Allen Poe's ghost.
He would leave three roses and a partially-filled bottle of French cognac on Edgar Allen Poe's grave.
All of these
He claimed he was Edgar Allen Poe's son.

Question 4:


What was the name of the German youth who, in the 1820s, claimed to have grown up in the total isolation of a darkened cell?
Henry Stanhope
It was never revealed
Hans von Wessenig
Kaspar Hauser

Question 5:


Fulcanelli is a pseudonym assumed by an American alchemist and author.
False
True

Question 6:


D. B. Cooper is the name used to refer to a notorious bank robber.
False
True

Question 7:


Which of the following was popular as “The Wonderman”?
Comte St Germain
All of these
The Man in the Iron Mask
Gil Pérez

Question 8:


The Man in the Iron Mask, who died in 1703, was a prisoner during the reign of King Louis XIV of France.
False
True

Question 9:


Spanish soldier Gil Perez claimed that he suddenly appeared in Mexico City on October 26, 1593 while he was on sentry duty in Manila.
False
True

Question 10:


What statement is true about the Green Children of Woolpit?
They spoke in an unrecognized language.
All of these
They were brother and sister.
They reportedly appeared in the village of Woolpit in Suffolk, UK, in the 12th century.

 


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