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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who requested that the state crime lab be granted a burial site to re-enter the evidence?
(b) State attorney.
2. Which of the following were people more likely to accept about Ed?
(a) He dug up cadavers.
(b) He wasusing body parts as household items.
(c) He murdered in the name of his mother.
(d) He murdered people.
3. Why was Ed Gein positive for his town?
(a) It brought notoriety and fame to the town.
(b) It encouraged townspeople to go to church.
(c) It caused the town to become more appreciative of their loved ones.
(d) The media and visitors boosted the economy.
4. About how many people traveled to Gein's town to look at his house?
(b) Less than 100.
(c) More than 5 thousand.
5. Which of the following is true about the body parts found in Ed's home?
(a) It was determined they belonged to the same person.
(b) There were never identities associated with all of them.
(c) They were never used as evidence.
(d) They were omitted from the final police reports.
Short Answer Questions
1. What had Ed always blamed for his problems?
2. What was the name of the police department that Vern Weber was from?
3. Rumors stated that Ed's accomplice was named which of the following?
4. Before the final decision was made about Ed's sentencing, where was he sent?
5. How did the people of Plainfield feel about Ed's sentence?
Short Essay Questions
1. What were the two major issues on the agenda of those involved in Ed Gein's legal proceedings?
2. According to what Ed told his doctors, what would have stopped him from committing crimes?
3. How many murders was Ed associated with?
4. What were people most unwilling to accept about Ed?
5. Describe the encounter between the governor-elect and Ed Gein.
6. What reason did Ed give for digging up graves?
7. Describe the petition that Ed filed for release in 1974.
8. Describe Ed's death.
9. How long did it take for Ed to come to trial and why?
10. Describe Ed's burial.
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