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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. A noted Seattle psychiatrist suggests that the killer of college-aged women in the northwestern United States is a what?
(a) Popular person.
(b) Mentally-impaired adult.
(c) Angry college student.
(d) Sexual psychopath.
2. Despite Ann's suspicions about Ted, she still does what?
(a) Sees him regularly.
(b) Wants to marry him.
(c) Wants to work with him again.
(d) Supports him.
3. Why is Ted placed into solitary confinement?
(a) He is found with items which could aid his escape.
(b) He gets into a fight with the other prisoners.
(c) He starts a fire in his cell.
(d) He is found with contraband cigarettes and alcohol.
4. The author of the book suggests that Ted has how many personalities?
(c) At least seven.
5. Whom do the police unceasingly question after Ted's arrest?
(b) His mother.
Short Answer Questions
1. After he is "on the run", Ted eventually winds up where?
2. In what three states do Ted's crimes take place?
3. What former lover wants to be with Ted after he becomes involved in politics but who is ultimately turned down by Ted?
4. In the Carol DaRonch case, Ted is tried on what charge?
5. While he is in prison, Ted is ordered to see a doctor because of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Ted is placed in Pitikin County Jail, he refers to it as a "Mickey Mouse operation". Why does he use this term?
2. What items does Meg tell the police that she found in her and Ted's house?
3. Which supporters of Ted try to provide alibis for him?
4. How does the author describe Ted's persona during high school and into his early college years?
5. After being transferred to the Garfield County Jail, Ted makes a few requests to the judge and receives what items and privileges?
6. After Ted is released on bail in November of 1975, what does he do?
7. At what point in Ted's life do the chapters about Ted escaping from Garfield County Jail and running away from the law begin?
8. 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?
9. How does a Seattle-based psychiatrist describe the likely killer of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund?
10. 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?
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