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Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Question: Who is credited with the creation of the chocolate chip cookie?
Answer: A woman named Ruth Graves Wakefield is credited with creating the chocolate chip cookie at The Toll House Inn in Whitmas, Massachusetts in 1938.
Monday, August 3, 2020
Question: How many cookies does Santa Claus eat when he makes his rounds on Christmas Eve; over 200,000, 300,000 or 400,000 cookies?
Answer: Santa Claus eats an estimated 336,150,386 cookies on Christmas Eve.
Friday, July 31, 2020
Question: This urban legend is in Philipe Park in Safety Harbor and is supposedly haunted by a ghost who was the chief of the Tocobaga Indian tribe. What is this area of the park known as?
Answer: The Haunted Mound, located near Pavillion 7 in Safety Harbor's Philipe Park, is said to be haunted by the chief of the Tocobaga Indian tribe.
Thursday, July 30, 2020
Question: This structure in St. Augustine is said to have many ghosts. Guests say they can smell one of the ghost's cigars. What is it?
Answer: The keep of the St, Augustine Lighthouse is still said to be in the lighthouse, built in 1874.
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Question: This Florida urban legend is in a museum in Key West and is named Robert (or Gene) and they say the boy who owned it talked with it - and it answered back! What is Robert (or Gene)?
Answer: Robert (or Gene) is a doll. Robert Eugene Otto was a boy who grew up in Key West under the care of a nanny who practiced voodoo. in 1906, she gave him a 40-inch-tall doll stuffed with wool and wearing a sailor outfit. Robert decided to give the doll his own name and chose to be called Gene. Friends and family became suspicious when they swore they could hear the doll talking back. Neighbors also claimed they saw Robert looking at them from the top window of its home. These days, Robert can be found at the Fort East Martello Museum in Key West, but visitors are encouraged to ask the doll for permission before taking its photo. Otherwise, cameras have been known to malfunction.
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