Has LE confirmed that the stain on the house was blood? I don't remember reading that, nor do I remember any photos of the substance being sampled for testing.There have been reports that the crime scene rooms were very bloody, and presumably, some of that blood leaked out of the house. Who knows. Kinda sounds bad, though, like more than just blood under covers or internal bleeding:
The four University of Idaho students knifed to death in the early hours of Sunday morning were killed so brutally, blood was left oozing through the walls of their rented home, DailyMail.com can reveal.
Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show blood dribbling down the side of the house while evidence markers could be seen on the interior walls and back porch.
Police sources told DailyMail.com that the scene inside the home is ‘the worst they’ve ever seen’ with the victims left to bleed out following the brutal early morning attack.
Blood oozes from home where four Idaho students were killedSources in Moscow, Idaho, say the house where four students were brutally murdered Sunday was the worst they have ever seen. There was so much blood that it oozed through the walls.www.dailymail.co.uk
Law enforcement sources told the Daily Mail that the victims bled out after being butchered in the off-campus home, and described the scene as the “worst they’ve ever seen.”
“There was blood everywhere. We have investigators who have been on the job for 20, even 30, years, and they say they have never seen anything like this,” a police source close to the probe told the outlet."
Cops shocked by scene of University of Idaho slayings: ‘Blood everywhere’Authorities said Tuesday that the bloody scene where four University of Idaho students were slaughtered with a knife was the “worst they’ve ever seen.”nypost.com
Blood-soaked Idaho crime scene 'major challenge' for investigators: expertThe crime scene where four Idaho college students were slaughtered will be grueling to process given the number of victims and amount of blood, an expert told Fox News Digital.www.foxnews.com