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Ghosts and Supernatural

A quiz about paranormal activity 10 Questions.

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What does the term 'ghost' refer to?

  • A demonic entity attracted to the living
  • The disembodied spirit or soul of a deceased person
  • An unknown creature capable of changing it's appearence


The Japanese believe in ghosts that (for their sins whilst alive) are cursed after death to seek out and eat human corpses. What is the Japanese name for them?

  • Yuki
  • Nobu
  • Gaki


According to folklore, What is the name of the ghost ship that can never go home, doomed to sail the oceans forever?

  • The Flying Dutchman
  • The Flying Scotsman
  • The Flying Sporran


The St. Louis Light is the name of a strange light that moves up and down along an old, abandoned rail line at night. According to local legend, what is it?

  • The ghost of a drunk brakeman who lost his head to a passing train and now wanders across the tracks with a lantern attempting to find it
  • a ghost train
  • Both of the above


Some ghost hunters use a gadget that can pick up disruptions in electronic fields, which could possibly mean ghosts. What is it called?

  • EMF Detector
  • EMT Detector
  • EMI Detector


Glamis Castle in Tayside, Scotland is said to be haunted by...

  • A headless coachman and four headless horses pulling a black carriage through the grounds
  • A ghostly nun walking through the castle
  • The apparition of a tongueless woman seen running across the castle grounds at midnight tearing at her mouth.


The Bloody Tower was the scene of ghostly sightings of the two princes who are thought to have been murdered in 1483...but allegedly on whose orders were they murdered?

  • The Earl of Dumfermline
  • The Lady of Tyrol House
  • The Duke of Gloucestershire


In Lancashire this ghostly creature is called Barguist, Gytrash, Padfoot, Shag, Trash, Striker or Skriker. What is it more commonly known as?

  • The Black Cat
  • The Black Rat
  • The Black Dog


What does the term 'Poltergeist' refer to?

  • A noisy, invisible spirit that can throw or move objects and interact with people
  • A psychic medium who can summon invisible entities and ghosts
  • A mischievious elf or fairy that tries to trick humans into dangerous situations


This Victorian era mansion was investigated by paranormal investigator Harry Price in 1937. What was it called?

  • Hughenden Manor
  • Godstow Nunnery
  • Borley Rectory