It’s the last Wednesday before Halloween and our last chance for a chilling episode to set the mood. This week, it’s all about those charming bloodsuckers, Vampires. Their myths, their movies, and more are covered this week. So, enjoy our Vampire Trivia episode.
From Dracula to Buffy, we’ve got you covered with thirty questions of Vampire Trivia. How well do you know the children of the night?
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Greetings and welcome to episode 92 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This week we’re wrapping up October with one last Halloween episode and it’s all about Vampires. In books, in movies, and in history, Vampires have been around for a long time in our culture, so let’s dive into thirty questions about these blood suckers.
If you’re new around here, welcome. If you’re looking for more episodes, you visit us at dorkygeekynerdy.com. Each episode has three rounds of ten questions each. And each round gets a little harder than the last.
That about covers the basics. Let’s open the sarcophagus and see what’s inside, shall we?
The Dorky Round
The Geeky Round
5. According to the Dresden Files books, which court commissioned the writing of Bram Stoker's Dracula?
The Nerdy Round
And we’re back. Everyone make it? Good. Put your feet up and relax. But keep that sharpened stake at hand, just in case. This wraps up our Halloween episodes. Next week, we’ll be back with something new. Speaking of which, here’s your clue:
And there’s a bonus clue: Next week is Election Day here in the US. US citizens, please make sure you vote before too late. If you already have, thank you. If not, there’s still time, but not much. Need resources? Check out Vote.org to find the rules for your state.
And that’s it for us. See you next Wednesday.
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