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After a hunt that lasted 18 years, the FBI linked a suspect's name to the Unabomber case, launching Theodore Kaczynski to the top of Cover Story's Most Wanted list for April.

The tale of the reclusive Montana man and his alleged involvement in a nationwide mail bombing spree earned 8.5 points with appearances on seven magazines, including a triple play on Time, Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report for the April 15 issue.

Other celebrities finishing in the top 10 for April are: Christopher Reeve, 5.5 points; young pilot Jessica Dubroff, 5 points; Joan Lunden, 4.5 points; 4 points each for Lisa Marie Presley and Julia Roberts; and Daryl Hannah, Jane Seymour and Barbara Walters, tied with 3.5 points.

With Easter-themed covers on the three newsweeklies, Jesus actually tied with Ms. Presley and Ms. Roberts at 4 points.

Cover Story is Ad Age's monthly ranking of celebrities' popularity as reflected by their appearances on the covers of more than 30 of the nation's leading publications.

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