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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. The abduction and murder of Caryn Campbell in January, 1975, takes place at what Colorado establishment?
(a) The Wild Duck Inn.
(b) The Inn of the Wilds.
(c) The Inn in the Wilderness.
(d) The Wildwood Inn.
2. In the Carol DaRonch case, Ted is tried on what charge?
(a) Aggravated kidnapping.
(b) Theft and forgery.
(c) Attempted murder in the second degree.
(d) Murder in the first degree.
3. 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.
4. In the spring of 1975, three skulls are found on which Washington state mountain?
(a) Taylor Mountain.
(b) Tanners Mountain.
(c) Tan Mountain.
(d) Tayback Mountain.
5. A noted Seattle psychiatrist suggests that the killer of college-aged women in the northwestern United States is a what?
(a) Mentally-impaired adult.
(b) Sexual psychopath.
(c) Angry college student.
(d) Popular person.
Short Answer Questions
1. After visiting Ted, Ann has a dream that she is trying to get help for whom?
2. The author suggests that Ted sees Meg and Ann as what?
3. Why can't John Henry Browne defend Ted?
4. After Ted is released on bail, he asks Ann to do what?
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. Although detectives establish a pattern among the murders and murder/assault victims (e.g., Katherine Merry Devine, Joni Lenz, Linda Ann Healy), they entertain many different theories as to who the killer(s) could be. What are three of their thoughts?
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. When Ann runs into Ted during a Christmas party in 1973, whom does he introduce as his girlfriend? Why is this an interesting fact in terms of the story?
4. 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?
5. Which supporters of Ted try to provide alibis for him?
6. After the 1974 abductions in Washington and Oregon cease, where do more killings begin to occur? Why?
7. After being transferred to the Garfield County Jail, Ted makes a few requests to the judge and receives what items and privileges?
8. Why is Ted pulled over by a policeman while driving in Salt Lake City? What are the results of this incident?
9. Why is Ted put into solitary confinement?
10. What items does Meg tell the police that she found in her and Ted's house?
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