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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. Police find what in the stolen white van that Ted leaves in Tallahassee?
(c) Blood stains.
(d) A body.
2. What do the authorities find on Lisa Levy's left buttock?
(a) A double set of bite marks.
(b) A birthmark.
(c) A word written in pen.
(d) A bloody handprint.
3. Judge Edward D. Cowart is known for what?
(a) His love of lawyers.
(b) His leniancy on criminals.
(c) His sense of humor.
(d) His strong personality.
4. After hearing of Ted's arrest, Ann wants to fly to Florida but doesn't. Why not?
(a) Ann doesn't have the money to fly to Florida.
(b) Authorities want her to wait three days so they can get a confession.
(c) Authorities aren't allowing Ted to ever have visitors.
(d) Ted doesn't want to see Ann.
5. Ted is sentenced to what fate?
(a) Life imprisonment.
(b) Death by lethal injection.
(c) Death by electric chair.
(d) Death by hanging.
Short Answer Questions
1. As the trial nears its end, Ann realizes what?
2. Ted writes to Ann and tells her that he "tries to live in the..."
3. Ted's defense team tries to cast what on the dental evidence presented by the prosecution?
4. After Ted's next murder conviction in early 1980, who pleads with the judge to spare Ted's life?
5. The "Afterword" takes place in what year?
Short Essay Questions
1. Ted steals a license plate and a white Dodge van. What number on the license plate turns out to be significant and why?
2. What charges are initially keeping Ted in prison in Pensacola?
3. During Ted's trials involving the Florida assaults and killings, what is the most damaging piece of evidence in the case against Ted Bundy?
4. Why is this part of the book that describes what happens in the year 1989 called "The Last Chapter"?
5. When Ted is charged with the attacks and murders of the Tallahassee women as well as the death of Kimberly Leach, how does he react? What does this show?
6. Why aren't Ted's crimes in Washington, Utah and Colorado brought up during the sentencing phase of Ted's trial?
7. Describe five aspects of Ted's personality during his trials (as indicated by the author.)
8. When Ann learns of Ted's arrest in Florida, what does she think?
9. Why does Ann believe that Ted could not possibly be involved in the Florida murders despite the fact that they are reminiscent of Ted's past murders?
10. Ted and Ann still correspond via letters while Ted is awaiting trial. How does Ted describe his state of mind to Ann in those letters?
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