Stone and Hall are discussing whether the victims had coronary problems.
“If it was fast, they wouldn’t have time,” says Stone.
“Fast?” says Hall. “These people were cut down in mid-stride.”
Stone and Hall being looking in the doorways and windows of Piedmont. The screen splits, and what they view is projected in boxes on the screen.
A man lays dead, next to a dog food bowl.
A dead man with a hearing aid still in his ear.
A woman lay dead next to her refrigerator, the door still open.
A young girl, clutching a Raggedy Ann doll, lays dead on the floor.
A teen aged girl, her hands over her head, is dead on the floor next to juice cans and newspapers.
A young topless woman, wearing a peace sign necklace, lays dead on a wood floor.