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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who applies for a license to marry Ted in 1980?
2. After the vicious murders, Ted chats with his neighbors and assures them that what?
(a) He will protect them if the murderer comes again.
(b) He is the murderer.
(c) They don't need to worry about the murderer because he knows him.
(d) The murderer is probably long gone.
3. What is Sherrod's?
(a) A dance club.
(b) A grocery store.
(c) A laundromat.
(d) A restaurant.
4. What do the authorities find on Lisa Levy's left buttock?
(a) A bloody handprint.
(b) A word written in pen.
(c) A double set of bite marks.
(d) A birthmark.
5. Ted approaches Leslie Ann Parmenter in Jacksonville, Florida, but she gets away because who intervenes in Ted's plan to kidnap her?
(a) Her mother.
(b) Her father.
(c) Her sister.
(d) Her brother.
6. Why does the author believe Ted's murders in Florida are so vicious?
(a) He wanted to try something different.
(b) The girls fought back so hard.
(c) His pent-up rage and frustration.
(d) He was in a hurry and got sloppy.
7. Ann becomes seen as a "Ted Bundy" expert by whom?
(a) Authors and prison wardens.
(b) Judges and lawyers.
(c) Script writers and actors.
(d) Media and law enforcement officials.
8. Why does Ted consider plea bargaining to a lesser charge than first degree murder?
(a) To punish himself.
(b) To ensure a jury trial.
(c) To avoid the death penalty.
(d) To get a new trial.
9. After writing "The Stranger Beside Me", the author has become a what?
(a) Talk radio show host.
(c) Police detective.
10. When Ann hears about Ted's sentence, she feels what emotion?
11. As the trial nears its end, Ann realizes what?
(a) Ted will eventually kill himself.
(b) Ted will be victorious.
(c) Ted is likely to be in prison forever.
(d) Ted will die for his crimes.
12. After hearing of Ted's arrest, Ann wants to fly to Florida but doesn't. Why not?
(a) Authorities aren't allowing Ted to ever have visitors.
(b) Authorities want her to wait three days so they can get a confession.
(c) Ann doesn't have the money to fly to Florida.
(d) Ted doesn't want to see Ann.
13. The clinical nature of Ted's life during his incarceration lulls him into what state of mind?
(a) A realization of the brutality of his crimes.
(b) An understanding for his victims.
(c) A false sense of security.
(d) A new understanding of religion.
14. In his letters, Ted tries to explain what to Ann?
(a) The way he feels about her.
(b) The methods he used to kill his victims.
(c) The mindset of a serial killer.
(d) The ideas he has for new books.
15. Judge Edward D. Cowart is known for what?
(a) His sense of humor.
(b) His strong personality.
(c) His leniancy on criminals.
(d) His love of lawyers.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does the jury hear of Ted's crimes in Washington, Utah and Colorado?
2. When Ted is picked up by police after running from Tallahassee, he insists his name is what?
3. In 1988, to whom does Ted reveal details of his crimes?
4. Because Florida authorities have first rights to Ted, they will not allow what?
5. Why does Ted steal a bicycle?
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