Mysteries and Oddities
4. Caused by forces that cannot be 1 2 3
explained by science (adjective): 'She
is said to have ______ powers and to
be able to communicate with the dead'.
6. An unusual and mysterious event that 6 7
is thought to have been caused by a
god, or any very surprising and
unexpected event. 8 9 10
11. Something that exists and can be seen, 11
felt, tasted, etc., especially something
which is unusual or interesting: 'The
paranormal is a psychic ______ '. 12
12. A fact or piece of information which 13
shows that something exists or is true.
14. Adjective to describe a mystery, crime,
etc. for which there is no satisfactory 14
explanation or it is not known who it
was committed by.
15. The ability to know what is in someone
else's mind or communicate with them
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1. Adjective to describe something or someone very strange and unusual, unexpected or not natural.
2. An action which is intended to deceive, either as a way of cheating someone, or as a joke or form of
entertainment: 'It's a bit of ______ photography - she's meant to look like she's walking on water'.
3. Signs or information which help you to find the answer to a problem, question or mystery.
5. A feeling that something, especially something unpleasant, is going to happen.
7. Made to look real or valuable in order to deceive people (adjective and noun): `Experts revealed that
the painting was a ______ '.
8. Feeling lack of trust or doubt in someone or something (adjective).
9. Strange and frightening (adjective, INFORMAL).
10. A plan to deceive someone, such as telling the police there is a bomb somewhere when there is not
one, or a trick.
13. The spirit of a dead person, sometimes represented as an, almost transparent image of that person,
which some people believe appears to people who are alive.