>"When we checked the photos from a big manilla envelope >marked as evidence #85KKY, I almost fell out of my chair, >and Peck inhaled in sharp surprise. A PICTURE SHOWED >WEBSTER'S NEW COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY ON A COFFEE TABLE IN THE >FIRST FLOOR STUDY, THE CORNER OF THE LOWER LEFT-HAND PAGE >SHARPLY CREASED AND POINTING LIKE AN ARROW TO THE WORD >INCEST. Somebody had apparently been looking for a >definition of sexual contact between family members." Elsewhere, it is being suggested that because these photos are "evidence" and were given an evidence number, that they were found in the Ramsey house and not taken by police. On another thread here, Why_Nut provided the proof that police do take polaroid photos although this was questioned by certain people. Let us think about this. Polaroid photos of a dictionary opened at the word "incest" are marked as evidence. What is the evidence? Is it the photos ... or the fact that there is a dictionary opened at the word "incest"? Do the police take the dictionary, opened at the word "incest" as evidence ... or do the photograph it and log the photo as evidence? Wouldn't the latter make sense? The polaroid camera would mean they could instantly bag the photos as evidence too.