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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 13, Virginia Beach.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What steps did Walt and Billie take to find Chris?
(a) They went on TV begging Chris to come home.
(b) They got the police to put out an APB on Chris.
(c) They took a trip to Eureka, California.
(d) They hired a private investigator.
2. How was Westerberg able to help the police?
(a) He had Chris's Social Security number on file.
(b) He had Chris's fingerprints on file.
(c) He had a photo of Chris's yellow Datsun with the license plate showing.
(d) He told them Chris graduated from Emory University.
3. What is the origin of the Stampede Trail?
(a) An old trail made by stampeding cattle.
(b) A trail originally laid out by Virgil Stampede in the 1800s.
(c) A trail left when Stampede Creek changed its course.
(d) The trail that originally led to Pilgrim's mining claims along Stampede Creek.
4. Who did Chris meet on a trip into Salton City to get some supplies?
(a) Westerberg, who is looking for work.
(b) A waitress at the small cafe.
(c) A drifter he knew at The Slab.
(d) Ron Franz, an 80-year-old man.
5. What surprising thing about Chris does Westerberg remember about him?
(a) That he knew what he was doing was unfair to his parents.
(b) That he would eventually end up in a monastery in Tibet.
(c) That he secretly had a sexual fantasy about his sister.
(d) That he had expressed a desire to marry and have a family some day.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Gail believe about Chris's past life?
2. How did Chris describe Charlie, the man who let him stay in a vacant mobile home?
3. Chris's parents had moved, but his step brother was contacted. After he positively identified Chris, what did he do?
4. What did Butch Killian want to do when he arrived on the bus scene where Chris had died?
5. What response does Krakauer report that he got from his OUTSIDE Magazine article on Chris?
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