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Boil and Bubble

From the three witches of Macbeth to the wizards and witches in the Harry Potter books, magical people have always been a subject of interest, fear, and curiosity. What do you know or believe about these broom jockeys?


 

Quiz ID:#20530
Fun:*** (2.86)
Difficulty:** (1.38)
Category:Other
Created By:mosca*us*****

 

 

 



#1   The three witches in the Shakespeare play, "Macbeth", were casting spells to cause harm to the King of Scotland.




#2   In American history, an intense seventeenth-century persecution of alleged witches took place in:






#3   A long-running American sitcom, "Bewitched", starred Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha Stevens, a witch married to a non-magical husband. Samantha cast her magic spells by:






#4   A witch, mentioned in the Old Testament, who supposedly raised the spirit of Samuel was named:






#5   Hermione Granger, a friend and classmate of Harry Potter, was a witch who came from a witching family.




#6   Anne Boleyn, the second wife of the much-married King Henry VIII, was suspected of witchcraft. This was because she had a mole on her neck and because:






#7   In the film, "The Wizard of Oz", the first witch Dorothy spoke with was an evil woman who meant to do her harm.




#8   Baba Yaga was a legendary witch who moved through the forests by means of a:






#9   In the film, "The Wizard of Oz", Dorothy was able to destroy the Wicked Witch of the West by:






#10   Many of the nursery rhymes read to children were written by a woman known as Mother Goose. There are some speculations that this sweet lady was a witch.




 

 


   



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