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Dean Corll: Quiz

  
  

Question 1:
What is Dean Corll also known as?
The Candy Man
Candy Mason
Candie Hank,
Rick Manning, Dand Lee Strickland

Question 2:

Question 3:

Question 4: Corll reportedly hated military service and was given an honorable ________ after serving ten months.
Nonjudicial punishmentMilitary dischargeCourt-martialJudge Advocate General's Corps

Question 5:
When did Dean Corll die?
2008-08-15
1973-08-08
1992-10-08
1963-08-25

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  David Hilligeist (left) and Gregory Malley Winkle (right). Both youths disappeared May 29, 1971.
  Wayne Henley, pictured answering questions from the media during the search for victims at High Island beach.
  Billy Gene Baulch, Jr. Murdered May 21, 1972.

Question 7: [40] Corll then insisted that while he would ________ and kill Kerley, Henley would do likewise to Rhonda Williams.
Sexual abuseRapeProstitutionSexual assault

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Billy Gene Baulch, Jr. Murdered May 21, 1972.
  David Hilligeist (left) and Gregory Malley Winkle (right). Both youths disappeared May 29, 1971.
  David Brooks (right) talking with a detective during the search for bodies buried at High Island beach.
  Wayne Henley outside Corll's boatshed on August 8, 1973. He is seen here phoning his mother to confess to having shot Corll.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Photo taken of Dean Corll, aged 24, shortly after his enlistment in the U.S. Military in August, 1964.
  Billy Gene Baulch, Jr. Murdered May 21, 1972.
  David Brooks (right) talking with a detective during the search for bodies buried at High Island beach.
  Donald Waldrop, murdered January 30, 1971. Waldrop and his younger brother were killed at Corll's Mangum address.

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Billy Gene Baulch, Jr. Murdered May 21, 1972.
  Wayne Henley, pictured answering questions from the media during the search for victims at High Island beach.
  Wayne Henley, pictured answering questions from the media during the search for victims at High Island beach.
  Police begin to excavate Corll's boatshed on August 9, 1973.
















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