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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 Cadillac.
(b) A Ford truck.
(c) A Lincoln Continental.
(d) A Volkswagon Bug.
2. When she finds out Ted is in prison, Ann is conflicted because why?
(a) She is contracted to write about the Washington murders but Ted is her friend.
(b) She has always been in love with Ted and she doesn't want to believe he's capable of murder.
(c) She doesn't want anyone to know that she is friends with a potential murderer.
(d) She is the one who put Ted in prison and she feels very guilty.
3. Ann thinks about her dream and what it means. What process does she use to deconstruct it?
(b) Psychiatric evaluation.
4. What technique does the author use to quickly provide Ted's personal history and situation?
5. Kenneth Misner and Chris Hagen are who?
(a) The names that Ted assumes while on the run.
(b) Ted's new bosses.
(c) Ted's next victims.
(d) Boyfriends of Ted's next victims.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Ted is released on bail and moves back to Seattle, Ann tries to get him to do what?
2. How many siblings does Ted have?
3. How many people does Ann tell Ted that the Seattle police department are investigating for the recent crimes?
4. What does the author do today?
5. Whom do the police unceasingly question after Ted's arrest?
Short Essay Questions
1. Ted and Ann still correspond via letters while Ted is awaiting trial. How does Ted describe his state of mind to Ann in those letters?
2. 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?
3. Why is this part of the book that describes what happens in the year 1989 called "The Last Chapter"?
4. When Ted is placed in Pitikin County Jail, he refers to it as a "Mickey Mouse operation". Why does he use this term?
5. How do observers describe the man with whom the two young women (Janice Ott and Denise Naslund) who disappear from Lake Sammamish State Park are each last seen?
6. Ted Bundy is convicted of aggravated kidnapping in early January 1976. He is sent to jail and writes many letters to Ann. What are the themes of most of those letters?
7. As of 1986, Ted Bundy has not yet been executed. Why is he still on Death Row?
8. What does Ted do during his sentencing phase after he is convicted of Kimberly Leach's murder?
9. Why does Ted's mother move with Ted across the country in 1950 to live in Seattle, Washington?
10. Ann knows that Meg is frightened without Ted. What does Ann do with this knowledge?
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