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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. While he is incarcerated, Ted begins to chide Ann for her what?
(a) Engagement and eventual marriage.
(b) Clothing and hairstyle choices.
(c) Television appearances and notoriety.
(d) Editorial successes and financial gains.
2. What part-time job does Linda Ann Healy have?
(a) Grocery store clerk.
(b) Weather broadcaster.
(c) Elementary teacher's assistant.
3. Why does Ann keep writing about the crimes that happen in the Seattle area despite the guilt she feels at profiting from the crimes?
(a) It's part of her job as a policewoman.
(b) Her agent expects her to finish a book.
(c) She is urged by the parents of the victims to continue.
(d) She likes receiving money for her writings.
4. The author is a former what?
5. The more Ann learns about the abductions, the more she starts to think what?
(a) That she could be the next victim.
(b) That she needs to form a new support group for parents of victims.
(c) That she cannot continue in her present career.
(d) That her friend, Ted, could be the killer.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the authorities do when they hear that Ted could be the perpetrator of the Utah crimes?
2. Melissa Smith's body is the first found in what state?
3. In the spring of 1975, three skulls are found on which Washington state mountain?
4. The day after Ted's call to Ann in 1977, he does what?
5. After visiting Ted during his psychiatric evaluation period, Ann is convinced of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Ted calls Ann after he moves to Seattle and asks her to go to lunch twice. What happens during that lunch?
2. When the author first meets Ted while working with him in 1971, what does she think of him?
3. After the murders stop in Utah, how and where do they restart?
4. After Ted is arrested for having what appear to be "burglary tools" in his car, he is let go. However, what do the authorities do during this period?
5. 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?
6. How does the author describe Ted's persona during high school and into his early college years?
7. After Ted is caught by officials following his escape from the law library in Aspen, what are three things that happen that throw him into a tailspin of depression and anxiety?
8. Meg Anders starts to suspect that her boyfriend, Ted Bundy, could be the serial killer who is on the loose. What does she do?
9. Why does Ted Bundy change his name upon arriving in Tallahassee, Florida?
10. Why does Ted believe he is valued among the other prisoners at Utah State Prison?
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