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Calling All Creeps
"Here is who The Creeps recruited when they decided to go on a hunt for more members! You might find you have more in common with these people from the entertainment industry, the science field, and world history than you previously thought!"
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A very creepy character from legend terrorized England from 1837 to 1904! Tall and gaunt, he spat fire in his victims' faces and clawed at them with talon-like hands before disappearing in darkness. The criminal, named for his feats of leaping to escape pursuers, was called what?
Spring Heeled Jack
The Lincoln Imp
Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, this infamous filmmaker purposefully orchestrated appalling movies in his younger years. He went on to direct feature films such as "Pink Flamingos", "Cry-Baby", and "Serial Mom", while attending gruesome court trials across the U.S. on the side.
Nikola Tesla, an inventor and engineer of the twentieth century, made discoveries and inventions that revolutionized science and society, including work with AC electricity and with radio. His farfetched theories ostracized him from his contemporaries. Which was NOT one of Tesla's "controversial" theories?
Creating underwater cities
Making a machine that could read thoughts
The possibility of a working death ray
The ability to travel in time
Joe Lansdale received many writing awards including the Bram Stoker Award numerous times, the Edgar Award, and the American Horror Award. His contributions were associated most with which literary movement?
Some actors seem destined to portray creepy characters. One of them played villainous characters in "The X-Files", "Babylon 5", and "Star Trek: Voyager", but his greatest claim to fame was as serial killer Charles Lee "Chucky" Ray in "Child's Play". What was his name?
A rock band of two Britons and an American had most of their success in the late 1970s and the early 1980s. They were creepy because every single day they watched every breath you took, every move you made, every bond you broke, and every step you took.
After a dismal year for the Detroit Tigers, pitcher Mark Fidrych arrived. The brash young right-hander made the roster as an invitee, making his first start because the regular had the flu. Not only did they win the game, but nineteen more. His quirky habits captured fans' hearts. Thousands returned to see the wacky newcomer. But how did Mark Fidrych get his nickname "The Bird?"
He used to flap his arms after every strikeout.
The press thought he resembled Big Bird from "Sesame Street."
He made bird calls while the opposing team was batting.
The press commented about how his knuckleball "fluttered"
Nikolai Dzhumagaliev was a cannibal in Kazakhstan who loved throwing dinner parties. His poor friends however were unaware that the delicious entrees were women he'd just murdered. What was his method of killing before he roasted and served the local women?
Strangled with a rope
Bludgeoned and sliced with an axe
Shot at point blank range
Smothered with a decorative (and now deadly) pillow
Even kings and rulers aren't free from creepiness! The Ottoman Empire's ruler between 1623 and 1640 outlawed tobacco, alcohol, and coffee. He'd go around incognito at night, dressed in civilian clothes, searching for offenders. If he discovered a transgressor, he bludgeoned them to death. What was the name of this homicidal Sultan?
Horror novelist Bentley Little penned numerous books, winning a Bram Stoker Award for his first one. The same novel also served as his M.A. thesis while achieving a degree in English. What was the title of the tome?
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Compiled Jun 28 12