- On Oct. 14, 2022, 14 circus elephants were walked across what bridge in Boston in a test of structural integrity?
- In 1982, the day before the election, what presidential couple arrived at the White House to a pumpkin carved with “Stay the Course”?
- On Oct. 15, 1858, what “Boston Strong Boy” boxer was born in Roxbury, Mass.?
- Goat Island is in the middle of what waterfall?
- In what Shakespeare play (starting with an M) would you find “Double, double, toil and trouble”?
- What beer “made Milwaukee famous”?
- On Oct. 16, 1854, what Irish dramatist/poet/wit was born who faced legal action involving homosexuality?
- In what ballet would you find a scene called “The Land of Sweets”
- Boston brown bread was traditionally served with what?
- October 17 is National Pasta Day; spaghetti is the plural of what word?
- In 1958 who was the first First Lady to decorate the White House for Halloween?
- What is the world’s largest country?
- On Oct. 18, 1963, Félicette was launched into space, the only one of what animal species to enter space?
- Kabocha squash originated in what country?
- What does Samhainophobia mean?
- What English duke is the namesake of a type of boots and a culinary dish?
- On Oct. 19, 1987, was Black Monday – what “DJIA” event occurred?
- Why do clocks move clockwise?
- In 1818 who wrote the novel “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus”?
- On Oct. 20, 1962, what single by Bobby “Boris” Pickett became a graveyard smash at #1?