Did the TV host say it on The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries?

Detect the mystery show that spooked you with these words.

On The Twilight Zone, the mysteries were man-made, pure fictions from host Rod Serling's nightmarish story collection. On Unsolved Mysteries, the stories shared were from reports made in the real world. 

Both shows were eerie. Both shows boasted hosts with colorful vocabularies. Sometimes they spoke in dark, descriptive terms. Sometimes they spoke in terrifying fragments. So as you're beginning to see, the shows shared a lot in common.

That brings us to today's question: Can you tell the difference between fact and fiction to detect if the lines we shared below were narrated on The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries?

The answer to that remains a mystery... until you take the quiz.
  1. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "A tree-lined little world of front porch gliders, barbecues, the laughter of children, and the bell of an ice cream vendor."
  2. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: “It seemed like a nice house, on a nice street, in a nice neighborhood. Nothing extraordinary about it at all.”
  3. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: “It’s an oasis of peace and quiet, though it may have a few unearthly surprises.”
  4. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "This is a farmhouse, handmade, crude, a house without electricity or gas, a house untouched by progress."
  5. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "Practical joke perpetrated by Mother Nature and a combination of improbable events."
  6. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "Her name is the S.S. Queen of Glasgow. Her registry: British. Gross tonnage: five thousand. Age: Interdeterminate."
  7. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "There is another side to the Delta Queen, a rather scary side."
  8. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "Meet a young man and woman whose lives have been changed forever by a river boat captain, who some call the matchmaker ghost."
  9. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "Two separate car crashes seem to give the accident victims astonishing psychic powers."
  10. Is this narration from The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries: "Travelers to unknown regions would be well advised to take along the family dog."
Did the TV host say it on The Twilight Zone or Unsolved Mysteries?

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