5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why did the K.K.K. attack the Openshaw family?
- What happened to John Openshaw?
- His Uncle Elias had one room that was always
- What happened to Uncle Elias on May 2nd?
- a He was murdered near the Waterloo Bridge.
- b weakness of mind; state of being an imbecile; N. imbecile: stupid person; fool
- c He was found dead in a little green-scum pool about 2 feet deep. It was ruled a suicide.
- d Locked.
- e Because Elias left America with papers which had names of people from the South who had participated with the K.K.K. and they want the papers back.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 5 orange pips, the initials K.K.K. and the message"Put the papers on the sundial."
- The letter from India had 5 orange pips and the letters K.K.K. John laughed, but his uncle was very fearful and said that it meant death.
- A monocle; a one lense eye glass in one eye.
- The Lone Star --ship, never made it to America. The ship was lost at sea so the devilish trademark (the 5 orange pips ) was never received by Captain James Calhoun and 2 of his mates. It was never totally solved, because the criminals were lost at sea.
- The unbreakable tire which became very popular with the invention of the bicycle.
5 True/False Questions
orange pips → seeds, pits from an orange.
Where did John Openshaw's father die? → He was murdered near the Waterloo Bridge.
gale → a checkerboard game for two players who each have 12 pieces.
Who wrote the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes → Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes in 1892
John's father inherited Elias's estate. One day his father received a letter which was postmarked from Dundee, England, with the initials K.K.K. and 5 orange pips with instructions to put papers on the? What did John's father think about the letter, the pips and instructions? → sundial. The father thought it was a joke. John was fearful.