June 15, 2011 | GC Click on question to reveal answer 1 Which US outlaw married his cousin, Zerelda ‘Zee’ Mimms, in 1874? 2 From which country do Blue Mountain coffee beans come? 3 How many Gold Medals did Canada win in the 2010 Winter Olympics? 4 Which 1975 film features the character Frank N Furter? 5 What is the nickname of English football club Sheffield Wednesday? 6 What is a straight line passing from side to side through the centre of a circle called? 7 Which word represents the letter ‘K’ in the NATO Phonetic Alphabet? 8 Which group of islands were claimed by the British in 1833? 9 Which saint was the first British Christian martyr? 10 The plant ‘Amaranthus Caudatus’ is better known as Love-Lies-‘what’? 11 Which English poet’s works include ‘Birthday Letters? 12 Keflavik is the main international airport of which country? 13 In zoology, what is an animal called which feeds on decomposing organic matter? 14 BS is the international car registration of which country? 15 Which golfer won the 1997 US Masters? 16 How many points is the ‘J’ tile worth in the game of Scrabble? 17 Which film director’s epitaph reads ‘I’m in on a plot’? 18 Vincent Crummles appears in which novel by Charles Dickens? 19 Melodiya was the state-run record label of which country? 20 In Norse mythology, the chariot of which goddess is pulled by two cats? 21 Which British artist’s works include ‘The First Real Target’? 22 A quincentenary is an anniversary of how many years? 23 Which cartoon character is depicted on the welcome sign in Crystal City, Texas, ‘the spinach capital of the world’? 24 A muskellunge is what type of creature? 25 Which King of England sold Dunkirk to Louis XIV of France? 26 What was the middle name of US actor James Dean? 27 Misogamy is the hatred of what? 28 Aotearoa is the local name for which country? 29 British companies, Wagtail, Kelham Island and Revolution are all what types of which industry? 30 Hong Kong, in China, lies at the mouth of which river?