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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. When Ted is working at the City of Seattle's Crime Prevention Advisory Commission, what is the Commission studying?
(a) Washington's newly legalized prostitution regulation.
(b) Washington's newly legalized gambling ordinance.
(c) Washington's newly legalized hitchhiking law.
(d) Washington's newly legalized death penalty.
2. What type of items do the police believe they have found in Ted's car?
(a) Homemade weapons.
(b) Burglary tools.
(c) Kidnapping devices.
(d) Power tools.
3. What shift do Ann and Ted work together?
(a) The morning shift.
(b) The day shift.
(c) The night shift.
(d) The book doesn't say.
4. Ted becomes valued by other prisoners because of his what?
(a) Legal knowledge.
(b) Relationship to the guards.
(c) Ability to get cigarettes.
(d) Charming personality.
5. Ted's escape adds how many years to his punishment?
(a) 50 years.
(b) 90 years.
(c) 25 years.
(d) 12.5 years.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many people does Ann tell Ted that the Seattle police department are investigating for the recent crimes?
2. In the spring of 1974, what crimes are becoming a problem for the residents of Seattle?
3. What happens to Buzzy Ware, Ted's attorney?
4. What does Ann think her dream is ultimately telling her?
5. Ted finds out the woman he thought was his sister is really his...
Short Essay Questions
1. While Ted is employed by the City of Seattle's Crime Prevention Advisory Commission, he works on what law?
2. Why does Ann believe that Ted could not possibly be involved in the Florida murders despite the fact that they are reminiscent of Ted's past murders?
3. Describe five aspects of Ted's personality during his trials (as indicated by the author.)
4. What are the three distinct personalities Ann believes Ted possesses?
5. Why does the state of Florida push for Ted to be tried for the murder of Kimberly Leach even though he has already received the death penalty for the other crimes committed in Tallahassee?
6. When Ted is charged with the attacks and murders of the Tallahassee women as well as the death of Kimberly Leach, how does he react? What does this show?
7. Ted is given three months' worth of psychiatric tests. Why does he seem to be confident about the outcome of those tests?
8. Why is Ted put into solitary confinement?
9. After Ted is released on bail in November of 1975, what does he do?
10. Before Ted is executed in 1989, what does he do?
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