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"Welcome to Tesla Coil's next team quiz. We had such fun with Rogues, Rakes and Rascals, we thought we'd like to do another on those individuals in history that have tried to work around society's conventions."
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Who is the famous golfer who is alleged to have had up to 120 affairs during his five-year marriage? No wonder his wife took a golf club to his car!
Which royal (and actually deceased) person did Anna Anderson claim to be?
The illegimate daughter of Elizabeth I
Mary of Teck
Queen Marie of Romania
One of the largest financial frauds in US history was a massive Ponzi scheme run by which notorious businessman?
John D. Rockefeller
Victor Lustig was one of the world's best con men. So good in fact that he sold which famous landmark not once, but twice?
The Eiffel Tower
The Golden Gate Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge
Between 1917 and 1920 a series of five photographs taken by Elise Wright and Frances Griffiths took the world by storm. These photographs were so convincing that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle declared them authentic. What had these two young ladies captured on film?
Loch Ness Monster
This young French man, later known as a renowned theologian, was suggested by Stephen Jay Gould as one of possible forgers of the Piltdown man.
Charles de Gaulle
Gérard Xavier Marcel Depardieu
PierreTeilhard de Chardin
Whose round-the-world solo sailing attempt ended in fraud and the apparent lapse into insanity and suicide?
One of the most successful con men in American history, this person sold landmarks around New York City so skillfully, he actually managed to sell the Brooklyn Bridge on an average of twice weekly to gullible investors. Who was he?
Jefferson "Soapy" Smith
Which 2005 Heisman Trophy winning running back from the University of Southern California voluntarily returned his Heisman Trophy for receiving improper benefits during his college career?
This British royal may have set the record for the number of his mistresses, occasionally having more than one at a time. By the time he was finished he had 12 (some say 14) illegitimate children by at least nine women. Who was this king, who said on his deathbed, "Do not let poor Nelly starve"?
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