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Question 1: Dodd grew up in ________, in what has been described as a loveless home; he was often neglected by his parents in favor of his two younger brothers.
Kennewick, WashingtonPasco, WashingtonRichland, WashingtonTri-Cities, Washington

Question 2: He killed brothers Cole and William Neer (aged 11 and 10, respectively) in ________ in 1989, and tortured, raped and murdered four-year-old Lee Iseli.
Clark County, WashingtonWashougal, WashingtonVancouver, WashingtonCamas, Washington

Question 3:
Westley Allan Dodd, Ted Bundy and Albert Fish are all:
Executed American people American people convicted of child sexual abuse 20th-century executions by the United States People executed by Washington (U.S. state)

Question 4: He was ________ following the autopsy, and his ashes turned over to his family.
BurialCremationSacrificeHuman sacrifice

Question 5: He ate salmon and potatoes for his ________.
Lethal injectionCapital punishmentHangingLast meal

Question 6:
Westley Allan Dodd, Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer are all:
People convicted of murder by Washington (U.S. state) American people convicted of murder American murderers of children People executed by Washington (U.S. state)

Question 7: Dodd's ________ became increasingly violent over the years (he wrote about wanting to eat the genitals of his victims).
Sexual fantasyOrgasmBDSMFellatio

Question 8:
Westley Allan Dodd, Ted Bundy and Jeffrey Dahmer are all:
American serial killers American rapists Executed serial killers American people convicted of child sexual abuse

Question 9:
Westley Allan Dodd, Charles Manson and Virginia Christian are all:
American people convicted of murder People executed by Washington (U.S. state) People from Richland, Washington 20th-century executions by the United States

Question 10: He refused to ________ his case or the capital sentence, stating, "I must be executed before I have an opportunity to escape or kill someone within the prison.
JuryAppealCommon lawLawsuit
















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