2 added 202 characters in body
source | link

This may be a 10k+ user ability but give it a try...

  1. Go to your user profile for WPSE.
  2. Click on the "Activity" tab
  3. Below your reputation chart is a list of tabs, click "questions"
  4. At the veryyyy bottom left is a link "deleted recent question" - click it

If there doesn't work there's an "all actions" tab in the Activity profile which may shed some light. I could also link you to the question if need be.

As OP points out in the comments below you may also follow this link and replace {ID} with your profiles user ID:

https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/users/recently-deleted-q‌​uestions/{ID}

This may be a 10k+ user ability but give it a try...

  1. Go to your user profile for WPSE.
  2. Click on the "Activity" tab
  3. Below your reputation chart is a list of tabs, click "questions"
  4. At the veryyyy bottom left is a link "deleted recent question" - click it

If there doesn't work there's an "all actions" tab in the Activity profile which may shed some light. I could also link you to the question if need be.

This may be a 10k+ user ability but give it a try...

  1. Go to your user profile for WPSE.
  2. Click on the "Activity" tab
  3. Below your reputation chart is a list of tabs, click "questions"
  4. At the veryyyy bottom left is a link "deleted recent question" - click it

If there doesn't work there's an "all actions" tab in the Activity profile which may shed some light. I could also link you to the question if need be.

As OP points out in the comments below you may also follow this link and replace {ID} with your profiles user ID:

https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/users/recently-deleted-q‌​uestions/{ID}
1
source | link

This may be a 10k+ user ability but give it a try...

  1. Go to your user profile for WPSE.
  2. Click on the "Activity" tab
  3. Below your reputation chart is a list of tabs, click "questions"
  4. At the veryyyy bottom left is a link "deleted recent question" - click it

If there doesn't work there's an "all actions" tab in the Activity profile which may shed some light. I could also link you to the question if need be.