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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. How do Ted's relatives feel about his arrest?
(a) They do not find out about it because he keeps it from them.
(b) They refuse to say anything to anyone, so no one can be sure.
(c) They support him and cannot believe he would be placed in jail.
(d) They are relieved that he has been discovered.
2. What does Ann think her dream is ultimately telling her?
(a) Ted is a monster.
(b) Ted is psychic.
(c) Ted is in love with her.
(d) Ted is innocent.
3. Whose letters and documents does the author include in this book?
4. Carol DaRonch is one of Ted's only victims who...
(a) Is able to hurt him.
(b) Falls for his tricks.
(c) Is in her 50s.
(d) Gets away.
5. Ted and Stephanie meet at what institute of higher education?
(a) University of Puget Sound.
(b) University of Vermont.
(c) University of Washington.
(d) Florida State University.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who watches Ann's encounter with Ted after he is released on bail?
2. By the autumn of 1974, the murders in Seattle have stopped. Why do the police think this has happened?
3. After he is taken into the police station, who identifies Ted in a line-up?
4. In the courtroom, Carol DaRonch is unnerved by what characteristic of Ted's?
5. The abduction and murder of Caryn Campbell in January, 1975, takes place at what Colorado establishment?
Short Essay Questions
1. Linda Ann Healy is a part-time weather forecaster. When she doesn't show up for work and there is no evidence she returned home the previous night, detectives are called into the case. What do they discover?
2. The last time 15-year-old Katherine Merry Devine was seen alive, she was doing what?
3. How does a Seattle-based psychiatrist describe the likely killer of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund?
4. Why is Ted pulled over by a policeman while driving in Salt Lake City? What are the results of this incident?
5. How does Ted manage to escape from the law library in Aspen?
6. Which supporters of Ted try to provide alibis for him?
7. Ted is given three months' worth of psychiatric tests. Why does he seem to be confident about the outcome of those tests?
8. After talking with Ted, Ann begins to think that perhaps the authorities do have the wrong man. What dream makes her wonder about her convictions?
9. Why does the author believe that Ted breaks off his engagement with Stephanie?
10. Why does Ted Bundy change his name upon arriving in Tallahassee, Florida?
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