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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. Because Florida authorities have first rights to Ted, they will not allow what?
(a) Ted to be extradited to Washington.
(b) Ted to be his own lawyer.
(c) Ann to talk to Ted.
(d) Ted to talk to anyone from his past.
2. In the author's opinion, who are the biggest victims of Ted's crimes?
(a) The jurors who have to sentence Ted to death.
(b) The murder and kidnapping victims and their families.
(c) Ted's family members, especially his mother.
(d) Ann, Meg, Stephanie and the other women who loved Ted.
3. When Ted speaks to the judge, he refuses to beg for what?
(a) His mercy.
(b) His freedom.
(c) His life.
(d) His honor.
4. After interrogating Ted, the Florida authorities who have apprehended him decide he is responsible for how many murders?
5. When does the jury hear of Ted's crimes in Washington, Utah and Colorado?
(a) They hear about them in the middle of the sentencing.
(b) They hear about them in the beginning of the sentencing.
(c) They hear about them at the end of the sentencing.
(d) They never hear about them.
Short Answer Questions
1. Ted gets what sentence for Kimberly Leach's murder?
2. The author suggests that Ted does not live in what mental state?
3. Ted sends Ann a letter asking her to send his wife what?
4. What does Ted do that stuns the courtroom crowd in his last murder trial?
5. Who applies for a license to marry Ted in 1980?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is this part of the book that describes what happens in the year 1989 called "The Last Chapter"?
2. Ted Bundy goes on an assaulting and killing spree the night of January 14, 1978. What evidence does he leave behind during his rampage?
3. Ted steals a license plate and a white Dodge van. What number on the license plate turns out to be significant and why?
4. Why aren't Ted's crimes in Washington, Utah and Colorado brought up during the sentencing phase of Ted's trial?
5. After telling the reader about Ted's sentence -- death by electric chair -- what does Ann admit about herself?
6. When Ann learns of Ted's arrest in Florida, what does she think?
7. As of 1986, Ted Bundy has not yet been executed. Why is he still on Death Row?
8. During Ted's trials involving the Florida assaults and killings, what is the most damaging piece of evidence in the case against Ted Bundy?
9. Knowing that Ann has received notoriety for a book about his crimes, what does Ted demand of her?
10. Before Ted is executed in 1989, what does he do?
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