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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 jury deliberates for less than seven hours and finds Ted what?
(a) Guilty on all counts of murder and attempted murder.
(b) Guilty on some counts of murder and attempted murder.
(c) Not guilty by reason of insanity.
(d) Guilty on one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder.
2. When Ted is picked up by police after running from Tallahassee, he insists his name is what?
(a) Ken Misner.
(b) Ted Bundy.
(c) Ted Misner.
(d) Ken Bundy.
3. When Ted is finally charged with murder, who does he immediately say will represent him?
(a) A friend.
(c) Whoever the court appoints.
4. Judge Edward D. Cowart is known for what?
(a) His leniancy on criminals.
(b) His strong personality.
(c) His love of lawyers.
(d) His sense of humor.
5. Ted writes to Ann and tells her that he "tries to live in the..."
Short Answer Questions
1. Since they do not have enough evidence to initially charge Ted with murder, on what charge are officials holding Ted?
2. As the crimes in Florida increase, Ann becomes convinced of what?
3. After hearing of Ted's arrest, Ann wants to fly to Florida but doesn't. Why not?
4. When Ann hears about Ted's sentence, she feels what emotion?
5. After writing "The Stranger Beside Me", the author has become a what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Knowing that Ann has received notoriety for a book about his crimes, what does Ted demand of her?
2. What charges are initially keeping Ted in prison in Pensacola?
3. Why is this part of the book that describes what happens in the year 1989 called "The Last Chapter"?
4. After telling the reader about Ted's sentence -- death by electric chair -- what does Ann admit about herself?
5. What does Ted do during his sentencing phase after he is convicted of Kimberly Leach's murder?
6. Before Ted is executed in 1989, what does he do?
7. Ted Bundy goes on an assaulting and killing spree the night of January 14, 1978. What evidence does he leave behind during his rampage?
8. Why aren't Ted's crimes in Washington, Utah and Colorado brought up during the sentencing phase of Ted's trial?
9. Why does the state of Florida push for Ted to be tried for the murder of Kimberly Leach even though he has already received the death penalty for the other crimes committed in Tallahassee?
10. After Ted confesses on tape to 36 murders, why isn't he sent back to the state of Washington to face trial?
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