In Search of a Feud by 42fish [Game Over]

  1. Fringe
  2. Dean Koontz
  3. Black Mesa Research Laboratories
  4. The Lindburgh Baby
  5. Nostrodamus
  6. El chupacabra
  7. None
  8. None
  9. weather balloons
  10. written poetry
  1. Twilight Zone
  2. Dean Koontz
  3. Salem
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Big Foot
  7. Curse of the Bambino
  8. Abraham Lincoln
  9. Weather Balloon
  10. Director

I am aghast. I should have said BtVS, given the huge fan of it that I am. But thank you Justin Credible and wmulax93 for matching me so we all get points.

  1. The Twilight Zone
  2. Dean Koontz
  3. Amityville
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Bigfoot
  7. King Tut’s
  8. Abraham Lincoln
  9. Venus
  10. Misson: Impossible
  1. Paranormal State

  2. H.P. Lovecraft

  3. Bermuda Triangle

  4. Jimmy Hoffa

  5. Kreskin

  6. Loch Ness Monster

  7. Curse of the Bambino

  8. Bloody Mary

  9. Venus

  10. Fringe

  11. TV series

  1. Supernatural
  2. Stephenie Meyer
  3. Amityville
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Bigfoot
  7. Tecumseh’s curse
  8. Abraham Lincoln
  9. Venus
  10. Directed Three Men and a Baby

Note 7: the presidential 20-year curse.

1.Twilight Zone
2. Dean Koontz
3. Bermuda Triangle
4. Jimmy Hoffa
5. Nostradamus
6. Bigfoot
7. King Tut’s Tomb
8. Bloody Mary
9. Weather balloon
10. Mission: Impossible

  1. The Twilight Zone
  2. Anne Rice
  3. Roswell
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Bigfoot
  7. Curse of Tutankhamun
  8. Bloody Mary
  9. Weather Balloon
  10. The ballard of Bilbo Baggins
  1. Supernatural
  2. J.K. Rowling
  3. Bermuda Triangle
  4. DB Cooper
  5. John Edward
  6. Unicorn
  7. Curse of the Bambino
  8. Jacob Marley
  9. Airplane/jet
  10. appear on Fringe
    **
  11. fictional but the only one I could think of by name

I can’t belive I intentionally dropped Koontz for Rowling. sigh Did the same for Nostradmus, too. Well, not for Rowling but you know what I mean.

  1. Lost
  2. Dean Koontz
  3. Bermuda Triangle
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. minotaur
  7. “may you live in interesting times”
  8. King Hamlet (Hamlet’s dad)
  9. Venus
  10. recorded a music album
  1. The Twilight Zone
  2. Anne Rice
  3. Stonehenge
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Bigfoot
  7. King Tut’s tomb
  8. Abraham Lincoln
  9. Weather balloon
  10. Mission: Impossible
  1. Supernatural
  2. Dean Koontz
  3. Bermuda Triangle
  4. D. B. Cooper
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Chupacabre
  7. Curse of King Tut’s tomb
  8. Anne Boleyn
  9. weather balloon
  10. wrote “I Am Not Spock”
  1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  2. Anne Rice
  3. Bermuda Triangle
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Unicorn
  7. King Tut’s Tomb
  8. Elvis Presley
  9. Weather balloon
  10. The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins

For, 10, proof - warning: you will not be able to un-watch the linked video.
For 8, I have no idea if anyone alleges that Elvis came back as a ghost; but I had no other idea and it seemed to fit.

So, query: are “recorded an album” and “sang The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins” the same answer, or different?

  1. Twilight Zone
  2. Stephanie Meyer
  3. Roswell, NM
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Bigfoot
  7. Curse of Tutankhamun
  8. Peg Entwistle
  9. Weather balloons
  10. Voicing Galvatron in Transformers: The Movie
  1. Twilight Zone
  2. Dean Koontz
  3. Bermuda Triangle
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Sasquatch
  7. King Tut’s curse
  8. Hamlet’s father
  9. Aircraft
  10. The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins

I vote same. :wink:

  1. Supernatural
  2. Peter Straub
  3. Stonehenge
  4. Jimmy Hoffa
  5. Nostradamus
  6. Bigfoot
  7. Curse of King Tut’s Tomb
  8. Hamlet’s father
  9. Venus
  10. Written a book
  1. Fringe
  2. R.L. Stine
  3. Bermuda Triangle
  4. Roberto Clemente
  5. Nostradamus
  6. El chupacabra
  7. Evil eye
  8. Hamlet’s father
  9. Weather balloons
  10. Photography
  11. Aren’t those “Goosebumps” books abut creepy stuff? Kids, yes, but creepy, right?