What Crime Did You Commit in Your Past Life?

Were you bad to the bone? Take the quiz and find out!

Blair OBrien
Created By Blair OBrien
On Mar 27, 2019

It is important for you to be seen as a:

Which of the following groups would you choose to volunteer with?

Have you ever been arrested?

Pick a celebrity mug shot.

Are there ever any circumstances in which violence is acceptable?

Finish this sentence: Rules are meant to be _____.

Which of these individuals do you relate to the most?

And finally, pick a weapon.

Running a Speakeasy

Running a Speakeasy

In your past life, you were convicted of operating an illegal saloon, also known as a speakeasy, during the Prohibition Era. During this period which lasted between 1920 and 1933, the sale, manufacture and distribution of alcohol was illegal, but that wasn’t going to stop you! Your establishment was a place where people of all backgrounds could come and let loose, despite the restrictions on liquor. Before long, you started earning a major profit, but that all came crashing down when your beloved business was raided by the Bureau of Prohibition and you were arrested. In your present day life, you still enjoy meeting your friends at the bar for a cold one only nowadays, it’s perfectly legal!

Practicing Witchcraft

Practicing Witchcraft

While living in colonial Massachusetts during the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, you were charged with performing witchcraft! Throughout this time, residents of Salem were accused of witchcraft and a series of trials and executions took place. After a young woman in the Village claimed to be possessed by the devil, she accused you of inflicting her with the spirit of Satan. After the rumors began spreading, a wave of hysteria washed over the community and you were thrown in jail. Luckily for you, the woman who accused you admitted that she was lying and you were set free.

Conducting the Underground Railroad

Conducting the Underground Railroad

You were an outspoken abolitionist during the 19th century and made it your mission to do whatever it took to help slaves escape to freedom! This meant becoming a conductor of the Underground Railroad, a network of secret routes and safe houses that were established in order to help slaves find their way into free states and Canada. While living in Kentucky in 1861, your home served as a sanctuary in which slaves could eat a hot meal and sleep in a warm bed before heading across the border to Indiana, a free state. When a bounty hunter suspected you were assisting the slaves, you were turned in and accused of being an agent of the Railroad. You were taken to court and served some jail time, but you were soon released when Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in January 1863, which freed not only the slaves, but you as well!

Bank Robbery in the Wild West

Bank Robbery in the Wild West

You were a true American outlaw in your past life! You and your gang of robbers were notorious criminals of the Wild, Wild West! Your face was on every wanted sign along the American frontier. Even under pressure from law enforcement, you and your band of rebels were not deterred! You were able to pull off several bank robberies throughout the Western United States throughout the late 1800's until a fellow bank robber ratted you out to the authorities in an attempt to collect a bounty on your head! You were thrown in jail, but managed to escape and became a fugitive on the run!

Poisoning the King

Poisoning the King

During the Middle Ages, you were a loyal member of the King’s Royal Court. You spent your days travelling throughout the kingdom and being entertained by the court jester. After realizing the evil and corrupt practices of the King, you knew that it was your duty to do whatever it took to enact justice. Since he loved to drink, you decided the easiest way was to poison his wine goblet. You were caught by the Queen and taken to trial in front of the High Court. You were sentenced to death and were tied up and thrown into the river and left for dead. However, you managed to escape at the last minute and disappeared from the kingdom and lived happily ever after!

Piracy in the Caribbean

Piracy in the Caribbean

ARRRRRR matey, you were a ruthless pirate of the seven seas in the late 1600s. You were a steadfast buccaneer who raided and plundered the Caribbean islands and soon collected riches from around the world including money, spices, jewels and more! But before long, you were captured at sea by the English who brought you to trial where you faced public execution! However, just before you were to be hanged, you were able to swiftly board a ship and sail off to a small island where you were never seen or heard from again!