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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. Who begins to suspect that she knows that Ted is the murderer of numerous college students?
2. What technique does the author use to quickly provide Ted's personal history and situation?
3. After visiting Ted, Ann has a dream that she is trying to get help for whom?
(a) An injured baby.
(b) An injured mother.
(c) An injured man.
(d) An injured puppy.
4. How do Ted's relatives feel about his arrest?
(a) They refuse to say anything to anyone, so no one can be sure.
(b) They support him and cannot believe he would be placed in jail.
(c) They do not find out about it because he keeps it from them.
(d) They are relieved that he has been discovered.
5. Melissa Smith's body is the first found in what state?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Ann keep writing about the crimes that happen in the Seattle area despite the guilt she feels at profiting from the crimes?
2. After Ted is released on bail and moves back to Seattle, Ann tries to get him to do what?
3. Many witnesses in the vicinities of the murders report seeing what kind of vehicle?
4. How many people does Ann tell Ted that the Seattle police department are investigating for the recent crimes?
5. When Ann finds out that Ted is the person who called her while she was in the hospital, she realizes what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Meg Anders starts to suspect that her boyfriend, Ted Bundy, could be the serial killer who is on the loose. What does she do?
2. What items does Meg tell the police that she found in her and Ted's house?
3. How does the author describe Ted's persona during high school and into his early college years?
4. Ann knows that Meg is frightened without Ted. What does Ann do with this knowledge?
5. While Ted is employed by the City of Seattle's Crime Prevention Advisory Commission, he works on what law?
6. How does a Seattle-based psychiatrist describe the likely killer of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund?
7. 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?
8. How does Ted manage to escape from the Garfield County Jail?
9. Why does Ted Bundy change his name upon arriving in Tallahassee, Florida?
10. Why does Ted's mother move with Ted across the country in 1950 to live in Seattle, Washington?
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