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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. Many witnesses in the vicinities of the murders report seeing what kind of vehicle?
(a) A Lincoln Continental.
(b) A Cadillac.
(c) A Volkswagon Bug.
(d) A Ford truck.
2. Ted has an interest in politics. Which party does he join?
(c) He doesn't formally join a party.
3. While he is incarcerated, Ted begins to chide Ann for her what?
(a) Engagement and eventual marriage.
(b) Clothing and hairstyle choices.
(c) Television appearances and notoriety.
(d) Editorial successes and financial gains.
4. All of Ted's early victims wear their hair how?
(a) Long and parted on the left side.
(b) Short and spiked.
(c) Short and curly.
(d) Long and parted in the middle.
5. When Ted is working at the City of Seattle's Crime Prevention Advisory Commission, what is the Commission studying?
(a) Washington's newly legalized gambling ordinance.
(b) Washington's newly legalized prostitution regulation.
(c) Washington's newly legalized hitchhiking law.
(d) Washington's newly legalized death penalty.
Short Answer Questions
1. What first name does Ted use to rent an apartment after he escapes from prison?
2. Whom do the police unceasingly question after Ted's arrest?
3. Ted shows no violence toward Ann when she tells him what?
4. In the spring of 1975, three skulls are found on which Washington state mountain?
5. After visiting Ted, Ann continues her communications with Ted through what means?
Short Essay Questions
1. After being transferred to the Garfield County Jail, Ted makes a few requests to the judge and receives what items and privileges?
2. Meg Anders starts to suspect that her boyfriend, Ted Bundy, could be the serial killer who is on the loose. What does she do?
3. Why does Ted's mother move with Ted across the country in 1950 to live in Seattle, Washington?
4. What do Stephanie and Meg have in common?
5. Ted is given three months' worth of psychiatric tests. Why does he seem to be confident about the outcome of those tests?
6. During the 1974 crime wave described by the author, all the girls that have gone missing, been attacked, or been found dead have what similar characteristics?
7. Why don't the authorities immediately arrest Ted when Meg reveals her suspicions?
8. Why is Ted pulled over by a policeman while driving in Salt Lake City? What are the results of this incident?
9. After Ted is arrested for having what appear to be "burglary tools" in his car, he is let go. However, what do the authorities do during this period?
10. Ted calls Ann after he moves to Seattle and asks her to go to lunch twice. What happens during that lunch?
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