Marilyn's bed after her body and the bed clothes were removed. The shades on the windows are open and fingerprint powder can be seen on the window sills. Cleveland Police Detective Michael Grabowski testified at the 1954 trial that he was very careful when dusting for fingerprints in the murder room because he didn't want to contaminate anything or disturb the blood evidence. He reported that his dusting of the sills didn't reveal any identifiable prints, only smudges.
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