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Step Into the "Chamber of Horrors"
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"Ever seen the 1966 horror flick "Chamber of Horrors"? It involves some works depicting history's most gruesome murders. Oh, and a vengeful madman is also at large. See if you can investigate the correct answers to this enthralling quiz. "
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In the opening scene, a well dressed man is getting married. There are a few peculiar circumstances at this intimate wedding. A player piano is belting out a tune. The lighting is dim. The reverend is shaking in his shoes and the bride doesn't seem like herself. What is the problem with this woman?
Her mind isn't on the groom.
The dress is suffocating her.
She is struggling with a migraine.
She is a corpse.
The groom transports his lifeless bride upstairs to his bedroom. He lays her out on the bed and arranges her hair across her face. Candles are lit to set the morbid tone. Clearly this man is not thinking with a sane head. Who is this crazed character?
The frazzled reverend scurries into the police station to alert the Inspector of the bizarre event that has occurred. The charming host of the local criminal wax museum, Anthony Draco, and his sculptor Harold Blount, are on the premises. These men also moonlight as crime consultants for the police department. What historical eastern coast city is the setting for this investigation?
Anthony and Harold are looking through criminal photographs for a display, and are accompanied by Patrolman Tim Albertson. They are discussing a historical crime. Albertson is surprised the Inspector lets them use any photos as he disapproves of amateur criminologists. This upsets Harold and he then rambles on about his analytic crime books he has penned. What does Anthony say will be Harold's next book if he is not careful?
Harold on High Anxiety
Blount on Bludgeoning
Author on Aggravated Assault
Blount on Blood Pressure
The evening show of the "Chamber of Horrors" is in session. Anthony lures his crowd to the second exhibition and as he is lecturing, a tiny man spins around and startles the attendees. Who is this charismatic dwarf?
Anthony and Harold are running their shift at the museum. Harold receives a visit outside the museum that night from a well-to-do elderly woman in a carriage. She demands that Harold and Anthony come to her home to discuss her nephew, who is mad as a hatter. Who is the madman's bold aunt?
The Inspector is outraged that he wasn't told by the aunt that their suspect is discovered. The police department now has to cover familiar territory. Harold now believes he and Anthony can uncover new evidence by turning to places a routine search might overlook. The Inspector states, "You cannot predict the workings of an insane mind!" Anthony retorts by saying, "To a certain extent one can." What statement defines how the psychological duo can predict this?
"A madman is driven by specific compulsions."
"A maniac is compelled to repeat his mistakes."
"A crazed man will follow a pattern."
"A lunatic sees himself as an artist."
The madman has taken refuge in an upscale brothel. He is surrounded by beautiful, hospitable women. The lady in charge is not so happy, though, to have an outlaw in her care. She tries to persuade him to leave the country to save himself and keep her nose cleaner. Who is this tyrannical lady?
The Inspector and his men, along with Anthony Draco, apprehend their suspect inside the risqué establishment. From the top of the stairs, Anthony is given a devilish stare by the fugitive as the Inspector thanks him for helping them find their man. There is an escape aboard the train that is transporting the madman to his death. What tool does he use to free himself?
The police department has closed the file on this murder, having only recovered a hand that has been rotted to the bone, lodged inside a wheel. The insane criminal is presumed to be dead. Soon he is seen incognito on his way to pick up a delivered chest. Where is the madman?
The madman has migrated to a bar and notices a beautiful outsider crossing the street to meet a man. Inside the bar, he buys her champagne to get her attention and then makes her an offer to be his assistant and be paid well. The man she ignores comes to their table in anger and demands this stranger leave. The stranger tells the man that on the contrary, it is he who should leave. What does the madman scare off the fuming patron with?
a broken glass
Marie is ordered to attract Judge Walter Randolph. He is the one who gave the sentence for death by hanging. Marie and Walter have a lovely dinner at Delano's and then Marie persuades Walter to walk in the fog to his studio. While Walter is fetching their champagne, Marie lets her mentor in through a terrace door. She is gone when Walter reenters the room and he is surprised by a shadowy figure. When Judge Randolph recognizes him, he exclaims, "You're dead." What is the response to his remark?
"Why do you care?"
"Where is your mind at?"
"What makes you think so?"
"Won't you join me?"
Harold goes to see an old friend of Judge Randolph's to learn the name of the Judge's lady friend who was the last to see him alive. The friend remembers her first name. Anthony questions Vivian, the hostess at Delano's, where the Judge had dinner with his lady. Vivian is given a name and address by her doorman that Anthony and Pepe overhear. Anthony visits Marie at her dwelling and invites her to pose for a wax figure of herself. Marie is then used to escort Anthony to a ball and lure the doctor away who testified against the madman. What body parts are taken from the doctor?
Patrolman Albertson, who has now become a Sergeant, ambushes the madman in the alley at the back of the museum. Albertson is congratulated on his promotion, and then commands that the suspect step down with his hands in the air. Albertson then tells him to lower his hands slowly, and then receives a jolting surprise. What happens as these hands are being lowered?
The left hand waves to distract the officer.
The left hand belts Albertson and knocks him cold.
The right hand explodes, exposing a firing revolver.
The right hand quivers, then grabs the Sergeant's gun.
When the madman executes each of his victims, there are two elements incorporated into the fatal acts. These are the audible and visual warnings as the maniac raises his arm to strike. What are these thought provoking and profound alarms?
fright flare and hazard honker
fear flasher and horror horn
fast flasher and horror harp
fear flamer and hate horn
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Compiled Jun 28 12