The Coffin Case.
1) Geographical map used by M. Hébert to show the route followed leaving Gaspé to go to the place where one did the searches and found certain effects.
.2) Aerial photo indicating white diagram ( sketching) View of the whole of the region, small truck, etc…
.3) Stove ( cooker) found at camp no. 21.
.4) reservoir fort the stove.
6) case of rifle.
7) Rifle; marked Winchester, model 66, caliber 30.06 series no. 131404.
.8) strap attached to the rifle.
.9) aerial photo indicating the place where the rifle was found, (letter c ) and letter (1) spot where the remains of Eugene Lindsay were found.
.10) (a) P-10 (c) 3 photos showing Lindsay Sr. skeleton.
.11) Aerial photo of camp 26.
.12) leather wind breaker? Young Lindsay.
.13) photo of pants of young Lindsay with pockets turned out.
.14) photo of wind breaker.
.15) photo sweat shirt “ Hollidaysburg tigers”.
.16) photo pierced shirt.
.17) (a) (b) (c) invoices produced by Tyrrel Eden clerk at Robin Jones.
.18) bottle of ‘ old Time ‘ syrup.
.19) box containing a stamped egg.
.20) fuel pump.
.21) invoice for the pump.
.22) copy of declaration sworn by Coffin to two police officiers.
.26) Binoculars with case No.150870 7x35 Bushwell.
.27) knife with accessories.
.28) Revolver No. Series 4597.
.29) Serviettes ( blue) 1 large, 2 medium, 1 small marked Sears & Roebreck.
.30) 1 suitcase.
.31) overalls, blue.
.32) toilet paper (blue).
.33) 1 rifle marker Winchester, No. Series 147862 caliber 30.06.
.34) 1 rifle , no marking nor series number, identified by Clarence E. Claar.
.35) 1 T-shirt, 1 plain shirt, 1 mackinaw.
.36) 1 wallet.
.37) 1 wrist watch (no bracelet).
.38) 1 mackinaw, 1 sweat shirt, 1 shirt1 post card addressed to Mrs. Lindsay“ “ “ “ “1 ring belonging to the friend of young Lindsay1 wallet1 hunting cap1 distance binoculars 7x50’ Mercury”photo pelvis of human remains1 pr. Coveralls ( blue) produced by the defenseThe following exhibits P-6,P-7,P-8,p-35,P-38 were loaned to Dr. Roussel for study. Exhibit P-22 to M. Oscar Boisjolie official stenographer for transcription.
. Antonio Rail.
.Registrar for the Court
Director Adjoint De La Surete
July 29, 1953
We were not able again on this trip to obtain any certainty of the amount of money that Eugene Lindsey might have had in his possession before he left Hollidaysburg, neither a single detail about the sort of baggage that the hunters would have had when they were getting ready to come to Canada.
(J A Matte) Captaine.