Crime scene photo, exhibit 18: Photo of Carmin Ross' living room, showing the trail of blood across the room and the overturned coffee table. Prosecutors believe the attack on Ross started near the laundry basket (at left) and ended at the far end of the couch (lower right, in the photo).
Crime scene photo, exhibit 19: Photo of Carmin Ross' living room, alternate angle (Note: contains strong evidence of violence).
Crime scene photo, exhibit 48: Photo of a mysterious, controversial blood stain. The defense suggested the blood stain called prosecutors' version of events into question.
Crime scene photo, exhibit 50: Photo of a drop of blood found on a baseboard in Ross' house. DNA analysis was suggestive of Murray but inconclusive.
Crime scene photo, exhibit 70: A serrated knife that prosecutors believe Murray took from a knife holder and left in the kitchen.
A sales receipt showing that Thomas Murray had been to the Walgreens at Sixth and Kasold in Lawrence. Murray told police that Ross had borrowed his car and had had a nosebleed shortly before her death. Murray claimed that Ross took his car because he didn't know how to get to the closest drug store.
A crime-scene diagram showing Carmin Ross' living room as police found it.