Bonnie and Clyde were assisted in much of their crime spree by Clyde’s brother Buck and his wife. Who was she?
(We talked quite a bit about Bonnie and Clyde, including whether or not our wives would get mad if we travelled through time and made out with Bonnie,
in our latest podcast.)
What female evangelist founded the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel in 1923, then disappeared under mysterious circumstances in 1926?
What 1993 show starring Glenn Frey of the Eagles was cancelled after 1 episode?
Who recorded a song called You’re My Love that Prince wrote under the pen name “Joey Coco”?
Who is credited with inventing the pop up toaster in 1919?
What Picasso painting was stolen in Australia on August 2nd, 1986? It was found a couple of weeks later in a locker at a bus station.
Only one pitcher has ever thrown an Opening Day no-hitter. Who was he?
Whose short lived 2004 talk show on CNBC twice got a 0.0 in the Nielsens?
This man spent 437 straight days in space in 1994-1995, the record for most consecutive days a human has spent in space. Who is he?
Born on March 8th, 1848, he is considered the “Father of the Gravity Ride”, for all of his groundbreaking work on roller coasters. Who was he?
What country had a February 30th, in 1712?
Chemist Wallace Carothers was granted the patent to this on February 15th, 1937; two months later he would commit suicide in a Philadelphia hotel.
A 30-second ad in this year’s Super Bowl will cost how much, according to CBS President Leslie Moonves?
What professor of physics at Furman University worked with Estle Ray Mann to create a “video game” called the Cathode Ray Tube Amusement Device in 1947, though he never marketed or manufactured it?