Jumble Solved – 08/27/22

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Visual Description:  Romanian royalty reception.


Clue/Question:  To determine the number of noblemen in attendance, they needed to – – –

La dentellada les hizo eternos: los rostros de Drácula en el cine | El  Correo


(Bloody Marys for the house!  Maybe some Sangria, as well?  A lot of these Eastern Europeans have kind of a shady reputation!  No offense to any of my readers.  I wonder if Vladimir Putin drinks blood?  He’s a pretty sinister dude, ya know!  He was a big muckety-muck in the KGB before entering politics.  So, he’s always got dirt on his rivals, and he knows how to manipulate certain people.

We’ve seen all of today’s clue words before.  However, all of the jumbles are coming up as new, for me.  I struggled some in getting “custom”.  Writing out the letters in alphabetical order seemed to help me in getting it.  The answer letter layout was an energetic eleven letter jumble.  Fairly cryptic, but seeing the OUN accelerated the count down for me!

Cute cartoon of the noblemen get together.  Jeff is taking some liberties with the period clothing, as the story of Count Dracula takes place in the 1890s, but Vampires are supposed to be eternal.  So, maybe these are various noblemen he’s met . . . through the ages.  But it looks like he’s already started a body count!  Fun Saturday Jumble!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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2 Responses to “Jumble Solved – 08/27/22”

  1. 1 LindaLee September 29, 2022 at 7:53 pm

    OMG, used to love to go to the drive-in to watch the “horror” shows. Dracula, wolf-man, etc. So many fun movies, that were, usually, hilarious. And so many starting in old bars hung with garlic all over the place. What fun times!!! The only movie I remember freaking me out (and later read in Reader Digest about) was Night of the Living Dead. The Digest said that movie had caused much trauma for movie goers. The ending was horrific after all we had gone through watching the movie. Still gives me chills!

    Take care all…LL

  2. 2 unclerave September 30, 2022 at 10:18 am

    Yeah, LL. Those old horror films were a combination of scary and campy. “Night of the Living Dead”, though being low budget, definitely changed the genre. Those kind of movies became much more graphic because of that flick. Zombies are supposed to want to eat your brains, but because of the low budget, and limited effects, George Romero made them eat your guts! Now, the scenes are kind of laughable, but in 1968 they were horrific! — YUR

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