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Quiz: Friday the 13th and Other Strange Superstitions

Test your knowledge of signs, omens and other weird ways people increase their good — or bad — luck

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Try your luck with AARP's quiz about strange superstitions. Cross your fingers for good luck!

Human beings are superstitious creatures by nature. We believe a four-leaf clover can bring good luck; the foot of a certain creature can help with fertility; and if the 13th day of the month happens to fall on a Friday, one should cancel all plans because something is going to go wrong.

But how much do you know about superstitions? Take the quiz below and learn a way or two to help improve your luck.

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