Wednesday, 25 June 2014

The Daily Teaser — 25-6-2014: 10, Rillington Place

Right: it’s Induction Day … !

Ahem!

You’ve possibly worked out I’m job-hunting, haven’t you … ?

Well, yes: I am.

And, as part of this, my local job centre insist I have to do various things.

Currently, I’m having to attend the Job Centre, daily: and use their facilities, to look for work.

Today, though … ?

Today, I have to attend the Induction Day for a Fresh Start Course: something I’ve mentioned before.

Quite what it’s for … ?

I really don’t know.

I’ll let you know, when I do.

~≈Ê≈~
Yesterday’s Teaser saw Debbi putting in her answers: and bagging six out of ten.

Let’s see how everyone does with today’s rather murderous questions, shall we?

Here they are, along with the How ToLicense and video … 

Q1) 25th June, 1953, saw which English serial killer sentenced to death … ?
Q2) The killer was hanged at which prison … ?
Q3) The killer lived — and committed some of his murders — in a flat at 10, Rillington Place.   The flat was in which area of London: Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove or Kensal Green?
Q4) 10, Rillington Place was also the name of the film — and book — about the killer.   Who played the killer, in the film … ?
Q5) Who wrote the book that the film is based on … ?
Q6) Two of the victims were mother and daughter, Beryl and Geraldine Evans.   Who — originally — had been falsely accursed of murdering them?
Q7) The innocence of the alleged killer was a contributing factor in the UK’s suspension of what … ?
Q8) Finally … how many known victims did the killer have?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 24th June saw the founding of Britain’s first Grand Lodge.   What fraternal organisation did it organize … ?
A1) Freemasonry.
Q2) In which year of the 18th Century was it founded … ?
A2) 1717.
Q3) What’s the modern version of the Grand Lodge called … ?
A3) United Grand Lodge of England.
Q4) Who’s the Grand Lodge’s head?
A4) The Grand Master: the current holder is HRH, the Duke of Kent.
Q5) What’s the organization’s basic group called … ?
A5) A Lodge.
Q6) That group is usually lead by whom … ?
A6) Its Worshipful Master.
Q7) The group has three degrees: name one of those degrees.
A7) Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master Mason.
Q8) While at meetings, members of the group wear evening dress, a sash … and what else?
A8) A masonic apron.
Q9) The group’s best known symbol is a Square and Compass: sometimes shown with which letter?
A9) G.
Q10) Finally … the Grand Lodge, and the group it represents, claim to be descended from which workers … ?
A10) Stonemasons.
I’ll leave you with this tune about a juicy murder: which gave me hours of fun, if you read yesterday’s Teaser intro … 


It’s basically a Cajun version of a folk Ledbelly made famous … 


And that Nirvana updated … 


Couldn’t imagine three more different tunes, could you … ?

At any rate, I’ll also leave you with this thought …
“It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets.”
Voltaire.
Have a good day.










*        Interesting’s the word, Debbi: made for some interesting tunes, too!   Although, if you push it too far, you end up with Dread Zeppelin …   (Oh, sorry about the score, by the way, the subject’s a tricky one, isn’t it … ?)

2 comments:

Mr Strict said...

1> John Christie.
2> Pentonville Prison.
3> Notting Hill.
4> Richard Attenborough.
5> Ludovic Kennedy.
6> Timothy Evans.
7> The abolition of capital punishment in the United Kingdom.
8> 8 known.

Debbi said...

I love the Voltaire quote!

1. John Christie
2. Pentonville Prison
3. Notting Hill
4. Richard Attenborough
5. Ludovic Kennedy
6. Timothy Evans
7. capital punishment
8. at least 8

I've made a video I'm going to post to my blog soon. I hope you and Trevor enjoy it! :)