Began recording overall observations, actions, and descriptions. Room
#6 is about 10 ft by 9 ft; the floor is covered with vinyl-type tiles,
about 12 in square, tan in color with brown marbling effects.
floor is clean and appears to be heavily waxed; there are no visible
shoe impressions or scuff marks.
The four walls are about 8 ft high
and extend from the floor to the ceiling.
The S, E, and W walls are
green in color, plywood like construction; the N wall is white in color
and constructed of concrete-type cinder blocks.
The ceiling is white
in color, plywood like construction and appears to be level.
There is an entrance/exit located in the west side of the south wall of
the room about 1 ft from the southwest corner of the room.
entrance/exit is about 3 ft wide by 7 ft high, with a brown in color,
wood-type door attached to the east side of the frame.
The door is
equipped with brass in color, metal-type door knobs without locking
The door opens inward, is open at this time, and resting
against the south wall.
There is a double sash window located in the approximate center of the
The window sash frames are silver in color, aluminum-type
The window frame is about 3 ft by 4 ft in size.
sash contains two clear in color, glass-type panes, approximately 1 ft
by 4 ft in size. The bottom sash is constructed to slide up and down.
The window is closed and secured by a brass in color, thumb-type latch
which locks the top and bottom sashes together from the inside.
outside of the window is covered with a wire mesh-type screen which is
secured to the window frame with a small metal-type latch located at
each of the four corners. Daylight is shining through the window.
There is a two-tube fluorescent light fixture located in the
approximate center of the room ceiling. The tubes are covered with a
translucent, plastic-type covering, approximately 1 ft by 4 ft by 3
Both tubes are on and controlled by an on-off switch
located on the S wall about 4 inches from the E edge of the door frame
and about midway between the floor and top of the frame.
There is a double female electrical-type outlet located on the W wall
about 1 ft from the floor and approximate 3 ft S of the NW corner of
the room. The outlet is flush in the wall and covered with a green in
color wall plate about 4 in by 5 in and bears numerous chips, marks,
There are no ashtrays, trash cans, or other signs of
human habitation at the scene and no unusual damage to property or
equipment noted at this time.
There is a dresser in the upright position on the floor, back flush
with the W wall, one side about 3 ft from the S wall. The