Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
What weapon used in the middle ages had cord of a bow fixed in a notch and an iron bolt released from it by a trigger?
Before taking office, both US president George W Bush and his vice president Dick Chaney had been convicted of what?
In 1971, what was the first man-made object to reach the surface of Mars?
What city was founded in 1868 near the Salt River, near its confluence with the Gila River?
Seborrhea is a medical problem that affects which part of the body?
Who boxed briefly and unsuccessfully under the name Packy East, once making it to the semifinals of the Ohio............
The wreck of which warship, one of the largest in the English navy of King Henry VIII in the first half of the..........
What part of the world does "Blighty" refer to?
What playwright was jailed for stealing and defacing books from the Islington Library?
Julius and Caesar are found dead on the floor of a mansion. No mark or cut can be found in their bodies. Also, there are no signs of poisoning.
Near their bodies, you can find a broken bowl and traces of wetness. How did they die?
A man is walking through the woods when he sees a cabin. He walks up to it and enters. He sees two people, strapped to chairs, covered in blood, obviously dead. How did they die?
4 men went camping. They decided to go for a hike. They brought one umbrella but when they came back to the camp. None of their clothes are wet.
How did it not get wet?
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