Which Unsolved Mystery Are You?


1. How much time does it take you to get ready in the morning?
How much time does it take you to get ready in the morning? 10 minutes 20 minutes 30 minutes 40 minutes 60 minutes or more


2. Do you prefer chicken or beef?
Do you prefer chicken or beef? Chicken Beef Neither


3. Are you more likely to drink wine or beer?
Are you more likely to drink wine or beer? Wine Beer It depends on the day ▶ Next Question ◀




Here are all the results with descriptions

The Dancing Plague Of 1518
You're the dancing plague of 1518. Back in July 1518, a woman named Frau Troffea turned onto a in Strasbourg and began dancing. Not a twist or a Charleston, but an involuntary dance fever that gripped her for days. Much like this mystery, you sometimes get a feeling or energy in you that you simply can't explain.

The Voynich Manuscript
You're most like the Voynich Manuscript. Much like this this mysterious folio that was written sometime in the 15th or 16th Century in central Europe, you're a truly beautiful and mysterious person inside and out. Though no one can quite pinpoint what makes you so stunning, they can't help but feel captivated by your very presence.

The Shakespeare Authorship Question
The mystery you're most like is the Shakespeare Authorship mystery. Over the years Shakespeare's true identity has been called into question and time and time again. Much like this mystery, other's can't always put a finger on who you are or what you're true intentions are.

Stonehenge
The mystery that you're most like is Stonehenge. No one quite knows where this iconic rock garden first came from or who exactly put it into place. Much like this mystery, you often do things so profound and so great, that others are left stupefied by just how magical you can often appear to be.

Robin Hood's Identity
The mystery that you're most like is Robin Hood's identity! No one has ever learned the true identity of this actual Sherwood Forest outlaw, though many theories do exist. Much like this mystery, you've been known to do things for others without revealing what you've done. You try to attempt at least one random act of kindness per day without giving away your intentions or your identity.