Ashley's Gift

  • This was a gift from Reggie to Ashley. Reggie thought Ashley would want us to have it.
  • This is a functioning quill pen with a bottle of black ink.
    • Pen and ink was my favorite medium in high school art class...

Controlled Substance Records

  • This is a list of pharmacies that distribute fentanyl.

Documentary Materials

  • This is a storyboard layout for Harold Richards' documentary video.
  • Notice in shot #6, there is a clock in the background reading 10:00.
    • According to Judith's final email to Harold in the email thread, this clock is 2 hours fast meaning it was actually 8:00, not 10:00.
    • This means he was at home, not at the library at the time of Ashley's murder.

Email Thread

  • According to Judith's last email to Harold, the clock in the study is 2 hours fast

Evidence Note

  • This is a copy of the note found by Lewis's body at the scene of his death.

Fingerprint Records

  • These can be compared to the partial fingerprinted included in Ashley's autopsy report from Episode 2.
  • TFC's fingerprints do not match.

Frannie's Key

  • This is a lapel pin with CTRL + F on the front.
    • The keyboard shortcut for "FIND".

Frannie's Letter

  • We finally get our last coded message at the bottom of this letter.
  • All 3 messages are:

Lewis's Autopsy

  • The killer also left a partial fingerprint on Lewis's body.
  • Unlike Ashley, Lewis was injected with fentanyl while he was still alive.
  • All injection marks were made in quick succession.
    • The syringe was stabbed into Lewis's arm multiple times before death, not indicative of routine drug use by Lewis.
    • It would appear the killer was trying to make it look as if Lewis was a druggie, as they had attempted with Ashley's body but producing multiple puncture wounds.
    • Was the killer attempting to frame Lewis as Ashley's killer who then accidentally OD'd?
    • If so, the blunt force trauma to the head kind of negates that approach...

Police Report

  • A note was found near Lewis's body regarding a meeting and amount of money.

Reggie's Flower

  • This is a gift from Reggie for us helping with the case.
  • According to her letter, it is an Aster.

Reggie's Letter

  • Reggie fills us in on her fears and gratitude for our involvement in the case.
  • She explains a little bit about the gifts that we received.

Sealed Envelope, containing one document

  • Since we're supposed to wait for her word, I wonder if this is in case anything happens to Frannie also...