10 Shortz-era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.
|Thursday, April 21, 2011||1A||Carnival sideshow feature||Julian Lim|
|Saturday, September 12, 2009||49A||Extremely unlikely||Barry C. Silk|
|Sunday, December 31, 2006||45A||Flip (out)||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Tuesday, December 7, 1999||41D||Sideshow attraction||Norman S. Wizer|
|Tuesday, April 20, 1999||20A||Control ___||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Wednesday, September 2, 1998||63A||Monster||Randall J. Hartman|
|Tuesday, June 9, 1998||38D||Carnival oddity||Arthur S. Verdesca|
|Wednesday, August 30, 1995||42A||Aberration||John R. Conrad|
|Saturday, November 26, 1994||45D||_____ out (lose it)||Manny Nosowsky|
|Sunday, October 30, 1994||56D||Kind of accident||R.M. Hopkins|
3 results for FREAK from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Saturday, April 21, 1990||24A||Geek, e.g.||Ronnie K. Allen||Maleska|
|Sunday, March 2, 1986||86A||Odd notion||Barbara Lunder Gillis||Maleska|
|Monday, June 9, 1980||22A||Sideshow attraction||Herb L. Risteen||Maleska|