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Ghosts of Literature and Legend
  Ghosts of Literature and Legend   best quiz  
Collection Quiz
 15 Qns
Phantoms, specters, shadows--these mysterious beings have populated our books, movies, and video games, as well as left many a traveler wary of so-called haunted locales. Which of the following choices are considered to be of a ghostly nature?
Easier, 15 Qns, trident, Nov 09 23
trident editor
Nov 09 23
580 plays
  Ghost Hunting at a Glance   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ghost hunting is fun, but can be pretty scary. In this quiz, we will have some mock-investigations where we will reference ghost hunting rules, ghost hunting equipment, and determine whether or not a place is haunted. Keep an open mind when you play!
Average, 10 Qns, Bruce007, Jan 31 22
Jan 31 22
3165 plays
  Ghost Hunting Tips   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here are some tips to help you in your quest to find spirits.
Easier, 10 Qns, spiritseeker, Oct 03 10
4687 plays
Ghost Riders in the Sky
  Ghost Riders in the Sky   great trivia quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Ghosts are a phenomena found in almost every culture on the planet. While some ghosts are thought to be benign, others are considered terrifying. Just how much do you know?
Average, 10 Qns, dcpddc478, Jan 31 24
Jan 31 24
864 plays
  The Legend Of Resurrection Mary   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
"Resurrection Mary" is one of America's most famous and frequently reported hitchhiking ghosts. How much do you know about the mysterious legend that surrounds her?
Tough, 10 Qns, gretas, Feb 25 22
Feb 25 22
4792 plays
  Ghosts of Famous People   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There are reportedly many ghosts all over the world. See how much you know about some of the celebrities of the spirit world.
Difficult, 10 Qns, bullymom, Jun 17 11
7851 plays
  Things That Go Bump   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Many of the stately homes and castles in the UK are thought to be haunted; take this quiz and test your knowledge. Good luck! Created by the team 'We'd Rather Have Wine' for the Amazing Quiz Race 2.
Average, 10 Qns, pagea, Oct 16 13
1610 plays
  Ghosts of the American South   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The American South has a long and deep history of wars, tragedies, and crimes. As a result of this, many ghost sightings and spectral phenomena have been reported. Come learn about a few of these Southern hauntings.
Easier, 10 Qns, stephgm67, Mar 24 22
stephgm67 gold member
Mar 24 22
236 plays
  Ghosts Apparitions and Spooks   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Have you heard any good ghost stories lately? I hope you enjoy my spook tales.
Difficult, 10 Qns, Charlie007, Jul 22 20
Jul 22 20
6853 plays
  Ghosts of The Tower of London   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Tower of London is one of Britain's most haunted buildings. These questions are about its most famous ghostly inhabitants.
Tough, 10 Qns, Christinap, Apr 21 11
1684 plays
trivia question Quick Question
The ghost of which famous individual haunts Versailles Palace in France?

From Quiz "Ghosts of Famous People"

  Eagerly Embracing Eerie Eidolism   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In the immortal words of the theme from "Ghostbusters", "I ain't afraid of no ghosts." But what if you are a ghost and do suffer from phasmophobia, what then? This will quiz look at the supernatural world through the eyes of Jasper the Fearful Ghost.
Average, 10 Qns, tazman6619, Apr 09 12
tazman6619 gold member
504 plays
  Ghosts Test   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Just how well you know your spirit apparitions.
Difficult, 10 Qns, afterblue, Aug 05 22
Aug 05 22
6314 plays
  Haunted California   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here is a quiz about the macabre side of the Golden State. Take it with the lights on!
Average, 10 Qns, fdgla, Mar 09 14
4270 plays
  Come Visit Alabama - If You Dare!   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The state of Alabama has quite a lot of ghostly sightings and occurrences. Come visit 'The Heart of Dixie' and learn a little bit more of the scarier side of the state...if you dare!
Average, 10 Qns, stephgm67, Sep 19 23
stephgm67 gold member
Sep 19 23
349 plays
  Phone Calls from the Dead   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz on telecommunications with the terminally inconvenienced. This quiz should be accessible to believers and skeptics alike. Most questions based on the book "Phone Calls from the Dead" by Rogo and Bayless.
Difficult, 10 Qns, stuthehistoryguy, Jul 06 08
stuthehistoryguy gold member
1320 plays
  Chicago Ghosts   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Chicago is one of the most haunted cities in the world. Let's see how much you know about the strange occurrences in the Windy City.
Average, 10 Qns, foxbarking, May 04 23
foxbarking gold member
May 04 23
1814 plays
  Shadows and Stories   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Haunted by the image of a ghostly monk in front of an altar? Test your knowledge of the UK's better known ghosts and spooky folklore. Avoiding royal ghosts, this concentrates on apparitions in dark country lanes, quiet back roads and old buildings.
Tough, 10 Qns, Flapjack44, Apr 07 23
Apr 07 23
2667 plays
  Spooky Ladies of New England    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some were real, some existed only in fiction, but these spooky ladies of New England all have an interesting story to tell. How much about those stories do you think you know?
Difficult, 10 Qns, gretas, Feb 25 22
Feb 25 22
899 plays
  The Winchester House   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
If you haven't been, I'd encourage you to visit The Winchester House in California. I haven't yet either, but want to because I find it fascinating. Enjoy the quiz!
Tough, 20 Qns, Temptresstoo, Dec 17 14
4708 plays
  One Haunting Road Trip   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You and your friends decide to take a journey to the United States' most haunted locations, coast to coast. I will give you the state and some clues, you answer with the location name.
Tough, 10 Qns, cleavis20, Dec 07 19
Dec 07 19
1507 plays
  Ghostly Questions   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ten questions on ghosts and ghostly matters in the United States and Mexico.
Average, 10 Qns, pennie1478, Nov 03 15
pennie1478 gold member
477 plays
  Haunted Ohio   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Well... this is my first Haunted Ohio quiz, But I'm sure there will be more. So have fun. And... oh yeah, it might help to live in Ohio for this!
Tough, 10 Qns, dapope07, Jun 10 13
1575 plays
  The Lemp Mansion   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Lemp Mansion is named as one of the most haunted places in Missouri and one of the ten most haunted places in America. Enjoy!
Tough, 10 Qns, NalaMarie, Feb 06 09
NalaMarie gold member
660 plays
  10 Ghosts Questions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You all know about the ghost stories, but let's see how much you know about the technical stuff.
Tough, 10 Qns, Teej417, May 08 19
May 08 19
4918 plays
  Haunted   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Lighthouses have served as a beacon of hope to those off-shore for centuries. But they are often isolated and lonely spots. Perhaps that explains why so many have been identified as haunted.
Tough, 10 Qns, mlcmlc, Feb 25 22
mlcmlc gold member
Feb 25 22
611 plays
  Ghosts That We Knew    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, many people throughout the world have claimed to see them in certain places. This quiz will cover some famous ghosts and the places they are said to haunt. Enjoy!
Tough, 10 Qns, zebra101, Apr 24 20
Apr 24 20
533 plays
  Hold that Ghost!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This author quiz challenge is about ten haunted buildings and the ghosts within them. Big thanks to mpkitty for the title.
Tough, 10 Qns, ElusiveDream, Jun 05 15
382 plays
  Ghost Ships    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Most ships get to port, some sink on the way, and some just disappear! How many fictional and non-fictional ghost ships do you know?
Average, 10 Qns, Marcuspug, Feb 25 22
Feb 25 22
663 plays
  My Haunted North Carolina   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Bring your imagination, and come with me. I will lead you safely through my haunted North Carolina.
Difficult, 10 Qns, LindaC007, Jul 01 17
Jul 01 17
3062 plays
  Ghosts of the British Isles Part 2    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A sequel to "Ghosts of the British Isles." With a long and often bloody history, the British Isles are among the most haunted areas in the world. The ghosts that appear here are sometimes more gruesome and disturbing than other places.
Difficult, 10 Qns, foxbarking, May 01 15
foxbarking gold member
233 plays
  Ghosts and Apparitions from Around the World    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
All these questions are based on reported ghosts and spirits from around the world. The information is taken from Rosemary Ellen Guiley's Encyclopedia of Ghosts and Spirits.
Difficult, 10 Qns, AuntieH, Oct 25 18
Oct 25 18
1918 plays
  Haunted Carolina   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is on some of the ghosts, 'haints', and folk tales of North and South Carolina.
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, LindaC007, Dec 24 13
Very Difficult
1779 plays
  The Mysterious Winchester House    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
This quiz is about the very mysterious Winchester Mansion in San Jose, Ca. If you have visited, you shouldn't have a problem with these questions.
Tough, 15 Qns, Firedancer002, Sep 07 11
2078 plays
  Worldly Spirits   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
After reading Michael Cox's book "Ghost Stories", I decided to see which other countries had supernatural entities. I hope you enjoy my selection.
Tough, 10 Qns, martinjudo, Jun 08 10
504 plays
  Haunted Arkansas    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Whether they believe in ghosts or not, most people like a good ghost story. Here are some ghost stories from some of the most famous "haunted" places in Arkansas.
Average, 10 Qns, chicochi3, Nov 08 09
440 plays
  Ghosts of England   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will be difficult if you do not have a current interest in ghosts. I researched a lot of these questions on under '101 British Ghosts and Hauntings'.
Difficult, 10 Qns, vhallewell, Jun 24 11
1589 plays
  Ghosts of the British Isles   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
With a long and often bloody history, the British Isles are among the most haunted areas in the world. The ghosts that appear here are sometimes more gruesome and disturbing than other places in the world.
Difficult, 10 Qns, foxbarking, Nov 16 08
foxbarking gold member
1065 plays
  Ghosts of Washington DC    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz on some of the ghosts you may find in Washington D.C.
Average, 10 Qns, easyrider312, May 17 08
1980 plays
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Ghosts Trivia Questions

1. There have been more than 100 reports of paranormal activity at Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, Alabama. This includes many sightings of a dead worker from 1906 named "Slag". What did the furnace make that contributed to the deaths and injuries?

From Quiz
Ghosts of the American South

Answer: Pig iron

Birmingham, Alabama was known as the "Pittsburgh of the South" as it became a thriving iron and steel city until the 1960s. One of the largest blast furnaces, making pig iron, was called Sloss Furnace. In 1906, as the temperatures inside reached close to 120 degrees, a worker nicknamed "Slag" Wormwood got dizzy and lost his footing. He fell into the molted ore and melted instantly. His ghost, and others who suffered there, have been seen wandering the deserted facilities. Several television shows and documentaries have highlighted this mysterious factory.

2. The ghost of Marie Laveau supposedly haunted the St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans, Louisiana in the guise of a black dog or what bird?

From Quiz Ghostly Questions

Answer: Crow

Marie Laveau was an African American woman who reputedly practiced voodoo and died in early 1881. She supposedly haunted the cemetery as a black dog or crow, scaring visitors of the cemetery. Visitors to the cemetery marked the tombs where Laveau was said to be buried as a way of bringing them good luck.

3. In Cornwall, what supernatural creatures are believed to live in the tin mines and cause all sorts of troubles for miners?

From Quiz Ghosts of the British Isles Part 2

Answer: Knockers

Knockers are creatures that cause trouble to Cornish miners. They move or steal equipment. Miners often remark that they hear the knockers working deep in the mine, hence their name. While they can be mischievous, Knockers can also be very destructive. When agitated, it has been claimed that they will cause the mines to collapse, either killing or trapping the miners within. Sometimes in order to placate the Knockers, a Cornish miner will leave a piece of a Cornish pastie as a snack. It's a tradition that carries on to this day.

4. Hotel Cismigiu is said to be haunted by the ghost of a girl who fell down an elevator shaft. In which country would I find this hotel?

From Quiz Hold that Ghost!

Answer: Romania

Located in Bucharest, Romania, Hotel Cismigiu was built in 1914. It was used as a hotel until it closed in 1970. In the early 90s, it was re-opened as a student dormitory. During this time, a young girl died after falling down an elevator shaft. It's back to being used as a hotel now but visitors still say they've seen the girl's ghost wandering the corridors.

5. The Talbot Hotel in Oundle boasts a staircase that was once in Fotheringhay Castle. The hotel is said to be haunted by someone who walked down that staircase on her very last journey; who was it?

From Quiz Things That Go Bump

Answer: Mary Queen of Scots

Mary, Queen on Scots, was imprisoned in Fotheringhay at the end of a captivity in England that lasted nearly 20 years. Initially, she sought refuge with Elizabeth I in England after she had escaped from captivity in Scotland, but she was arrested, and for many years her jailer was the Earl of Shrewsbury. Mary was kept in the state and style that a queen might expect, all at the expense of the Earl, but an increasing number of Catholic plots intended to put her on the throne of England in place of Elizabeth I led to her closer confinement. In 1585 she was handed over to Sir Amyas Paulet, who disliked her and strictly curtailed her activities, and then in 1586 the Babington Plot was uncovered. Mary's letters showing her involvement in this plot to murder Elizabeth proved to be her downfall, and in 1587 Elizabeth signed the warrant for her execution. She was beheaded in the Great Hall of Fotheringhay Castle.

6. The ghost of the Brown Lady was famously photographed descending a flight of stairs in 1936. Where would one travel to if they wanted to catch a glimpse of this ghost?

From Quiz Ghosts That We Knew

Answer: Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England

The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is commonly believed to be of Dorothy Walpole. Dorothy was born in 1686 and died (most likely of smallpox) in Raynham Hall in 1726. She was married to Charles Townshend, who, after finding out she had had an affair, is said to have locked her in a room for nearly the rest of her life. She is called the Brown Lady because she appears to wear a brown brocade dress. In 1936, two photographers, Hubert C. Provand and Indre Shira, were taking pictures of Raynham Hall for "Country Life" magazine. While photographing the staircase, they noticed a vapory figure coming down the stairs and captured it on film. Many people believe the photo is genuine. But, like in any case like this, there are some critics.

7. In Ireland, the banshee is thought to be the spirit of a woman which has attached itself to a specific family. How does she supposedly signify the death of a family member?

From Quiz Worldly Spirits

Answer: She keens.

Banshees are as common in Irish folklore as leprechauns and fairies. Originally, it was thought that they keened whenever an important personage died. Later it was said that their keening presaged a death in a family. So, if you hear a keening noise outside your home and you belong to one of the families of Ireland, there is a possibility that someone will die.

8. No quiz about hauntings in Arkansas can leave out the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs. What is the name of the Crescent Hotel's well-known resident ghost?

From Quiz Haunted Arkansas

Answer: Michael

Michael was a stonemason who fell to his death during the construction of the Crescent Hotel in 1886. The place where he died became a part of room 218, which is considered to be the most haunted room at the hotel.

9. Which wife of King Henry VIII is said to haunt the Chapel in which her headless body is buried?

From Quiz Ghosts of The Tower of London

Answer: Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn was Henry VIII's second wife. Unfortunately however she failed in her prime duty, which was to give him a son and heir, and this led to her losing her life. Accused and found guilty of adultery she was beheaded on Tower Green in May 1536. Her headless body was placed in an arrow case and buried under the floor in the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula. As well as the Chapel her ghost has also been seen on Tower Green, and in The White Tower and the King's House. Jane Seymour died shortly after giving birth. Anne of Cleeves was divorced from Henry. Katherine Parr outlived him.

10. In which American midwestern city does Resurrection Mary thumb her rides?

From Quiz The Legend Of Resurrection Mary

Answer: Chicago

Resurrection Mary is Chicago's version of a ghost archtype known as the "vanishing" or "phantom" hitchhiker. Accounts of mysterious hitchhiking entities date as far back as biblical times and can be found in nearly every culture in which there are moving conveyances.

11. The name of this ghost is Ewen of the Little Head. Haunting Scotland, this ghost appears in Lochburie and torments the MacLaine clan. What is distinctive about this ghost?

From Quiz Ghosts of the British Isles

Answer: He is a headless horseman.

Ewen was the heir to the Maclaine chiefhood. But the father and son began feuding. They both went to battle in 1538 against each other, and the son was beheaded by one of his father's men. From then on, many have witnessed the headless Ewen harvesting the souls of Lochburie.

12. At which Oxford college does John Crocker reside?

From Quiz Ghosts of England

Answer: Exeter College

John Crocker is a headless ghost who haunts the site of his tomb at Exeter College. He was an Elizabethan scholar, and has been seen dressed in yellow breeches, dress and jacket.

13. What is the name of the ghost town in eastern Columbiana County which is said to be haunted by many ghosts?

From Quiz Haunted Ohio

Answer: Sprucevale

Check it out! I bet you'll love it. It's part of a state park and it's not only haunted, but beautiful too! Some of the ghost stories are the story of Esther Hale (the ghostly bride left at the altar to go insane and die that way), Jakes Lock (the lock where a lockkeeper got struck by lightning and fell into the lock), and of course, Gretchen (the little girl who died of her illness, was entombed into the lock, and when she was removed to be taken back to her native Holland, the ship was lost at sea so she never made it home.)

14. From 1974-1988, Jack and Janet Smurl were terrorized by a ghost in their home in West Pittston, Pennsylvania. What was the name of the book and film based on their experiences?

From Quiz Ghosts and Apparitions from Around the World

Answer: The Haunted

Whilst the Smurls were still living there the house went through 3 exorcisms and an investigation by Ed and Lorraine Warren, demonologists from Connecticut. However, it wasn't until a fourth exorcism was completed after they had left that the house finally felt at peace.

15. In what year did Mrs. Winchester move to San Jose?

From Quiz The Mysterious Winchester House

Answer: 1884

Mrs. Winchester moved to San Jose, California from her home in New Haven, Connecticut in 1884. It was done under the advice of a Boston psychic who told her moving out west would allow her to escape the torment of the evil spirits of the people killed by the Winchester rifles her husband helped manufacture. Supposedly, her husband's and only daughter's untimely deaths were blamed on the spirits.

16. The most famous residence in San Jose, it is considered one of the world's strangest houses. It was under 24 hour a day construction for thirty eight years. It has 160 rooms and 47 fireplaces.

From Quiz Haunted California

Answer: Winchester House

Sarah Winchester, heiress of the Winchester rifle fortune, thought the constant construction would confuse the spirits of the Winchester rifle's victims. Evidently it didn't work, as there are numerous reports of ghosts who still inhabit this truly bizarre residence.

17. Why did the ghost of Anne Walker haunt John Graeme, a miller in Durham, England, in 1681?

From Quiz Ghosts Apparitions and Spooks

Answer: She wanted her murderers exposed.

Anne Walker's hideous, blood-drenched ghost appeared to James Graeme three times. She made it plain that she would not go away until Graeme went to the local magistrate and told him that she had been murdered by Mark Sharp, who had been hired by one of her relatives (by whom she was pregnant) to kill her. She also told the miller where her body could be found. Realizing that the haunting would not stop until she got her revenge, he went to the authorities with his strange story. They found her body thrown into a pit exactly where she said it would be. The killers were arrested, found guilty of her murder, and hung. After Graeme went to the authorities, Anne Walker's ghost was at rest and never bothered him again.

18. What is the mist-like energy known as?

From Quiz Ghosts

Answer: Ectoplasm

Ectoplasm is most commonly seen in outdoor haunted places, such as graveyards. It can also give a cold feeling to people near it.

19. In which building could you possibly find the ghost of D.C.'s original architect, Pierre L'Enfant

From Quiz Ghosts of Washington DC

Answer: Capitol Building

The Capitol is said to house about fifteen different ghosts.

20. The Gun Inn Pub in London, England, is said to be haunted by this famous sailor.

From Quiz Ghosts of Famous People

Answer: Horatio Nelson

Lord Horatio Nelson was a naval commander best known for his victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. His ghost has been seen late at night, strolling through the pub or its corridors. It is said that Lord Nelson often secretly met with Lady Emma Hamilton, his mistress, at this spot.

21. Over near Siler City, there is a patch of ground where nothing will grow. What is it called?

From Quiz My Haunted North Carolina

Answer: Devil's Tramping Ground

The Devil's Tramping Ground is a circle 40 feet across. Around the perimeter is a path about a foot wide. The story goes that the devil walks this path every night plotting ways to cause trouble. The soil within the circle is sterile, and anything placed within it is said to disappear by morning. It is located about 10 miles from Siler City in western Chatham County.

22. When the heir to the Winchester fortune died, the inheritance passed to his wife--who happens to be the sole character behind the legend. What was her first name?

From Quiz The Winchester House

Answer: Sarah

And she was crazy, let me tell you...but fascinating...

23. The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is supposedly home to two famous ghosts. One of them is Marilyn Monroe, the second really famous ghost is?

From Quiz Ghosts

Answer: Montgomery Clift

Room 928 of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is home to this famous actor. He lived here for three months while filming From here to Eternity and I guess he decided to stay on. Many hotel employees and guests have reportedly sensed the actor's ghostly presence

24. Many ghostly figures have been seen at the Wren's Nest, a famous home in Atlanta, Georgia. The owner himself, long deceased, has been sighted in his rocking chair. Who is this man who wrote various volumes of Uncle Remus folktales?

From Quiz Ghosts of the American South

Answer: Joel Chandler Harris

Joel Chandler Harris moved into the Victorian home in Atlanta known as the "Wren's Nest" in the 1880s with his wife and nine children, only six whom survived to adulthood. Here he wrote many of his works, including those around Uncle Remus and his stories. By the early 1900s there were sightings of two young ghostly boys (assumed to be sons of Harris), the author himself, and a former kitchen worker. In 2019, the Southeastern Institute of Paranormal Research conducted a month-long investigation with positive results.

25. This town in northern Alabama, known as 'Rocket City' due to its ties to space missions, boasts many haunted venues. Here a person can anticipate ghostly sightings at homes, a college, a park, and even a playground! What is this city?

From Quiz Come Visit Alabama - If You Dare!

Answer: Huntsville

Huntsville has the Carter Mansion (with the ghost of Sally Carter who topples her own headstone), ghostly children in the playground near Maple Hill Cemetery, and a haunted bible college. Even the Space Camp itself is said to suffer from the sounds of a worker, killed on the job, screaming for help at certain times of the year.

26. Assassinated in 1865, which president's ghost allegedly haunted the White House by looking through windows and knocking on doors?

From Quiz Ghostly Questions

Answer: Abraham Lincoln

People have claimed to have seen the ghost of Abraham Lincoln looking through the windows of the Oval Office and getting ready for bed in his bedroom. In one instance, Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands was staying in the White House while visiting President Roosevelt. She answered the knock on her door to find Abraham Lincoln standing in the doorway with a hat on his head.

27. St Osyth was a 7th-century East Anglian queen who is said to haunt the St Osyth Priory in modern day Essex. What ritual is reported that her ghost performs to this very day?

From Quiz Ghosts of the British Isles Part 2

Answer: She carries her own head from the chopping block to the village church

It is said that St Osyth was killed by Danish invaders who beheaded her. To the shock of the Danes, she picked up her own head, held it out at arms length, and carried it from the spot of her execution to the door of the church. The legend tells that every year on October 7, her ghost repeats this startling ritual that must have terrified her executioners if it indeed happened.

28. Which hotel, located in Beijing, China, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a patron whose food was poisoned?

From Quiz Hold that Ghost!

Answer: Buma Inn

It's unknown exactly when the Buma Inn was built, but it's believed to be haunted by the angry ghost of a patron who roams the corridors at night in search of the chef who poisoned his food.

29. In Stowe, Vermont there is said to be a young ghost girl living on a bridge. What name has been given to this ghost?

From Quiz Ghosts That We Knew

Answer: Emily

The Gold Brook Bridge is a covered bridge in Stowe, Vermont. It is commonly called Emily's Bridge because a ghost with that name is known to haunt it. The Emily ghost was first heard of in 1968 from a high school student who used a Ouija board on the bridge. There are many stories about who Emily was and how she died, but there is no historical evidence to prove them true. Many people have claimed to experience paranormal activity on the bridge, such as scratches on themselves and their cars and strange noises. Some have also claimed to have seen Emily. Most of the activity is reported to have happened between midnight and three in the morning.

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