Blueprint Pieces

  • These are enclosed in the cigarette case.
  • Joe and his stage ciphers...
  • Once assembled, the key is in the bottom-right corner while the message is at the top.
  • Once deciphered, the message reads:
    • "SOME HIDING PLACES FOR THE SENTINEL."

Cigarette Case

  • The case holds the cut-up blueprint pieces.

Interlude NYC Article

  • This article can be cross-referenced with the photo on the shared desktop to deduce which restaurant Hector patronized.

Julia Letter

  • Julia gives us the new password to her folder on the virtual desktop.
    • COOLIDGE
  • As well as the subject line for when we eliminate another suspect:
    • WICKED

Magazine Article

  • Roland seemed to have no problem moving on and "progressing" after the death of Viola.

Police Report

  • This document confirms a few more details about Ruth Erikson's whereabouts the night of Viola's murder.
  • Despite the script notes from Episode 3 making it seem that Evelyn and Viola were on friendly terms, Evelyn's second interview with the detective shows she held quite some resentment toward Viola.
  • So, they closed the case simply due to Olga's persistence being a "nuisance" to the police force, and the possibility that she was just being forgetful of events that occurred the night of Viola's disappearance...?

Returned Letter

  • This letter is from Hector to Olga.
  • He attempted to return her ring to her after the engagement was called off.
  • He also tries to convince Olga to let up on Viola and be more of a mother than an overbearing manager, of sorts.
  • But why was the letter returned?

Ring

  • This is enclosed with the returned letter in the sealed envelope.
  • "1903" is engraved inside the ring.
  • It was Viola's engagement ring and originally belonged to Olga.

Song Lyrics

  • The song titles are hints as to how to solve the hidden messages within the lyrics.
  • "Odd Endings" refers to reading the last letter of every other (odd) line.
  • Once deciphered, the message reads:
    • "STAY AWAY"
  • "My First and Last" refers to the first and last letter of every line.
  • Once deciphered, the message reads:
    • "EVELYN WILL YOU MARRY ME"
  • These songs were written by Ira.