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1. This spectral visitor contacts us by spelling out Q-U-E-E-N. Further questioning reveals that he died in 1991 and was the singer-songwriter behind such hits as "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Somebody to Love" and "We Are the Champions." Who is this deceased rock star?
2. I-M-A-G-I-N-E is spelled out by this spirit. We also figure out that he was on television many times, most famously on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in 1964. The number four is important, and he was violently killed in 1980. Who is contacting us?
3. This spirit introduces himself as B-O-N-Z-O on the Ouija board. That's a big enough clue to know that he's the drummer for Led Zeppelin, which ended with his accidental death in 1980. Who is it?
4. The planchette moves and spells out N-I-R-V-A-N-A. The spirit reveals that he died in 1994 and asks us about his daughter Frances Bean. Who is it?
5. A spirit spells out I-N-X-S on the Ouija board, which doesn't look like a word but is the name of an Australian band that formed in 1977. The spirit must be the band's first lead singer, who died in 1997. Who is it?
6. This spirit tells us he is G-R-A-T-E-F-U-L, which causes us some confusion, but we are able to clear it up. Who was considered the leader of the Grateful Dead until his death in 1995?
7. F-U-L-L-T-I-L-T-B-O-O-G-I-E announces the arrival of this visitor, who formed the Full Tilt Boogie Band to tour with her in 1970 before her death from a heroin overdose later that same year. Her most famous song is probably her 1968 cover of "Piece of My Heart." Who is she?
8. This spirit tells us that he is T-H-E-L-I-Z-A-R-D-K-I-N-G, which can only mean he was the lead singer for The Doors. Who is this poet, singer, and rocker who died in 1971?
9. C-R-O-S-S-F-I-R-E spells out a number one hit for a guitarist killed in 1990, in a helicopter crash after leaving a concert where he performed with Eric Clapton. Who was this "Master of the Stratocaster?"
10. This spirit does not claim to be a musician but was a member of the punk rock group S-E-X-P-I-S-T-O-L-S. He died in 1979, and a fictional account of his relationship with groupie Nancy Spungen was the subject of a 1986 film. Who was this rocker?
11. P-U-R-P-L-E-H-A-Z-E may be one of this spectre's famous songs, but his "The Star-Spangled Banner" on electric guitar at Woodstock is an iconic performance of the 1960's. Are you experienced enough to recognize this rocker who died in 1970?
12. The planchette moves quickly to spell out R-O-C-K-N-R-O-L-L-H-I-G-H-S-C-H-O-O-L, indicating the punk rock group known for its short songs, such as "I Wanna Be Sedated." Unfortunately many of the band members have passed away, but we're communicating with the lead singer that succumbed to lymphoma in 2001. Who was he?
13. A-C-D-C marks a visit from another spirit, an "electrifying" singer that fronted this "high voltage" band until his death in 1980. Who is it?
14. M-O-O-N-U-N-I-T, D-W-E-E-Z-I-L, A-H-M-E-T and D-I-V-A are the unique names this rocker gave his four children. A pioneering, experimental musician who incorporated his anti-establishment viewpoint into most of his songs, he released more than 60 albums as a solo artist or with the band "The Mothers of Invention." Who was this artist?
15. G-R-A-C-E-L-A-N-D should be enough of a clue for you to guess the next spirit to use the Ouija board. Who was the "King of Rock and Roll" who died in 1977?
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