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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. Why can't John Henry Browne defend Ted?
(a) Ted and John never get the chance to talk.
(b) John is Ted's brother-in-law.
(c) Ted hasn't been charged in Washington.
(d) John believes Ted is guilty.
2. When she finds out Ted is in prison, Ann is conflicted because why?
(a) She has always been in love with Ted and she doesn't want to believe he's capable of murder.
(b) She doesn't want anyone to know that she is friends with a potential murderer.
(c) She is contracted to write about the Washington murders but Ted is her friend.
(d) She is the one who put Ted in prison and she feels very guilty.
3. Ted continues to defend himself in whose murder?
(a) Jolie Aime.
(b) Carol DaRonch.
(c) Julie Cunningham.
(d) Caryn Campbell.
4. Melissa Smith's body is the first found in what state?
5. By mid-1974, young college women in the northeastern United States are urged to do what?
(a) Stop going to classes.
(b) Take leaves of absences from school and return to their homes.
(c) Enroll in self-defense classes.
(d) Take extra safety precautions while walking at night.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Katherine Murray Devine's body found?
2. In the Carol DaRonch case, Ted is tried on what charge?
3. Who watches Ann's encounter with Ted after he is released on bail?
4. When Ann finds out that Ted is the person who called her while she was in the hospital, she realizes what?
5. On August 10, 1974, a woman who is asked to help a man on crutches tells authorities she almost did until she noticed what on his face?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does a Seattle-based psychiatrist describe the likely killer of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund?
2. Which supporters of Ted try to provide alibis for him?
3. After the disappearances of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund, why does Ann begin to suspect that her friend, Ted Bundy, could be the man who has been abducting and murdering young women?
4. What are the three distinct personalities Ann believes Ted possesses?
5. How does the author describe Ted's persona during high school and into his early college years?
6. What items does Meg tell the police that she found in her and Ted's house?
7. 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?
8. When Ted is placed in Pitikin County Jail, he refers to it as a "Mickey Mouse operation". Why does he use this term?
9. How does Ted manage to escape from the law library in Aspen?
10. 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?
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