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After you read the eight short stories about Pikes Peak area history, take this quiz and select two of stories that you believe are fabricated fictions. This game is not a test of your historical knowledge, as these stories are not well known. This sounds easy enough, but we expect that the six true stories will challenge your sense of possibility--and we may have peppered the two fictional tales with a few true facts or well-known names to keep you on your toes.

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Is "Here a Chick, There a Chick, Everywhere a Chick Chick" Fact or Fiction?
This story is true!
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Is "Too Much of a Cute Thing" Fact or Fiction?
The Colorado City citizens never herded or captured kitties by the wagonload, nor did they abandon them in the streets of Colorado Springs. The story, “Too Much of a Cute Thing,” is fiction.
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Is "Colorado Beetle Mania" Fact or Fiction?
This story is true!
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Is "This Denver Piggy Went to Piggly Wiggly. This Denver Piggy Stayed Home" Fact or Fiction?
This story is true!
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Is "Good, Good, Good, Good Vibrations. She’s Giving Me Excitations" Fact or Fiction?
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This story is true!
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Is "To Drink or Not to Drink" Fact or Fiction?
This story is true!
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Is "Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk (or Corn Whiskey)" Fact or Fiction?
Sir Pieterje Irmsby Forbes did exist, however it is doubtful he would have stood still with a glass of milk atop his head as he was Spencer Penrose’s Grand Champion bull. The story, “Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk (or Corn Whiskey),” is fiction.
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Is "Texas Tea" Fact or Fiction?
Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District (002-1693)
This story is true!
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That's okay! These were tricky!
That's okay! These were tricky!
That's okay! These were tricky!
That's okay! These were tricky!
Not bad!
Not bad!
Excellent!
Perfect score!