You are given categories. For each of the categories, name an item starting with each of the letters in "ghost." For example, given the category "girls' names," answers could be Greta, Hilda, Olive, Sue and Trish.
Last Week's Challenge
Name the capital of a country. Rearrange the letters to spell a word that sounds the same as the name of another country. To approach the puzzle backward, name a country that has a homophone that is an anagram of a different country's capital. What country and what capital city are they?
Answer: Seoul, Laos (louse)
Winner: Victoria Shaw of Wauwatosa, Wis.
Next Week's Challenge
From Michael Arkelian, of Sacramento, Calif.: Name a creature in six letters. Move the first three letters to the end and read the result backward to name another creature. Clue: If you break either six-letter word in half, each pair of three letters will themselves spell a word.
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