I think the posters who suggest that seeing into the property is unlikely as you drive past have forgotten that the entry to GBC's property is at the start of the easement that leads up to Boscombe Road. Therefore, all cars on Brookfield Road that want to enter Boscombe Rd NEED to at least slow down in front of his very house. The same if you are exiting Boscombe Rd onto Brookfield Rd - you need to actually stop to check for traffic - and you stop practically at GBC's gate. Any driver that happened to have been coming out, or going into, Boscombe Rd that night and necessarily stopped or slowed in front of GBC's house would have had time to notice a car parked in front of his stairs (it's likely GBC parked the car with the back to the stairs IMO for easier access and it's also likely he opened all the doors to block visibility from the road to what was going on IMO). There's not much movement after dark in Brookfield and this is precisely what a slowing driver would notice IMO, especially if it happened quite late at night.