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Crime and Criminals
"Criminals are usually the most intriguing people in our society, but thankfully make up a small percentage of it. This quiz consists of some easy questions, and some hard ones."
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Which of the Great Train Robbers escaped from a British prison to Brazil?
Gangster Al Capone, boss of the Chicago underworld, was finally gaoled for 11 years for what crime?
Possession of a firearm
Second degree murder
What was the nickname of the infamous bank robber Charles Floyd, killed in a shoot-out with the FBI in 1934?
(Two Words. First word begins with 'P'.)
Phoolan Devi, known as the 'Beautiful Robber', was a feared bandit leader in which country?
The 15th century Cesare Borgia was an expert in which type of killing?
Which British spy, who confessed his treachery in 1964, kept his job on the Queen's payroll until he was publicly unmasked in 1978?
Which woman thief and bank robber later reformed and became a society columnist in New York and was eventually murdered in her own home by burglars in 1924?
Which man founded the world's famous detective agency in the United States of America in 1850?
Vlad III of Wallachia, the original "Dracula", was extremely cruel. His method of killing earned him what grim nickname?
Vlad the Impaler
Vlad the Mad
Vlad the Vampire
Vlad the Red
Ned Kelly, son of a convict transported to Australia from Ireland, became known in which field of crime?
Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb killed a 14 year-old boy, Robert Franks, in Chicago in 1924. What was their motive?
The science of ballistics is concerned with what?
By what name is the unknown murderer who killed five women in the East End of London in 1888 remembered?
What was the surname of brothers Ron and Reg who ruled London's underworld for a decade and were sentenced to life imprisonment?
When a defendant 'coughs', what does he do?
Tells the truth
Name the notorious pair of bodysnatchers who robbed graves in Scotland in the 1820s to sell bodies for dissection, and later murdered at least 15 people?
Burke and Hare
Hare and Kirk
Burke and Kirk
Kirk and Keaton
Which murderer was the first to be caught by the use of ship-to-shore telegraph?
Madeleine Smith was tried for the murder by poison of her lover in Edinburgh in 1857. What was the verdict?
What is the method of identification that uses the genetic material from our cells to produce a virtually unique pattern or 'fingerprint' called?
How did Anne Bonney become notorious in the 18th century?
She was a lawyer
She was a pirate
She was a politician
She was a serial killer
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