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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. What does Matt hear as he tries to sleep that night?
(a) Many, strange voices.
(b) Fighting, as though over the phone.
(c) Evil, childish laughter.
(d) Mike snoring.
2. What disturbs the dreams of the tall man's companion?
(a) Loud noises.
(b) Bed wetting.
(c) A chronic cough.
3. Where do Ben and Matt agree to take Susan that Friday night?
(a) To Bangor for a movie.
(b) To Marsten House.
(c) To dinner.
(d) Out dancing.
4. What does Larry Crockett offer Hank Peters to encourage him not to go to the police about the things he saw at Marsten House?
(a) A new visa.
(c) A new bottle of gin.
5. What house catches Ben's attention as he arrives at his destination in 1975?
(a) The Iron Works.
(b) His childhood home.
(c) Dud's Bar.
(d) Marsten House.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tells her daughter she disapproves of Ben Mears?
2. Who does Larry Crockett hire to do what Straker has requested?
3. Who does Ben urge Matt to call?
4. Who is the custodian at the local dump?
5. What does this dark figure standing in the middle of Harmony Hill Cemetery appear to be holding?
Short Essay Questions
1. What obstacle do several characters point out stand between a possible relationship between Susan and Ben?
2. Why did Ben enter the Marsten House as a nine-year-old boy?
3. What is usual about the box that two movers are ordered to take to the Marsten House?
4. What do Ben and Matt discuss over dinner in Chapter 7?
5. Why does Matt call Ben in the middle of the night? What does he ask him to bring?
6. Which of the brothers eventually arrives home? What condition is he in?
7. Who does Matt run into at Dell's on Thursday night?
8. What does Hank Peters see in the Marsten cellar that he discusses with Larry Crockett?
9. What do Ben and Susan discuss is still living in the Marsten House?
10. To whom does the boy make a confession?
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