This angle of the house disturbs me. It's like that creepy house that exists in sinister dreams. I was hoping to achieve this look when I shot it.
Part of Lizzie's alibi was that she was in the barn, eating pears, because it was such a hot day.
Those aren't orbs, but sunlight dots.
Lizzie also claimed that she had been ironing her hankies in another part of the house at the time of the murders.
Those are photos of the shattered skulls of Andrew and Abby Borden (behind glass in a cabinet).
Lizzie was afforded many privileges while in jail in neighbouring New Bedford, including her own chef. The jury deliberated an hour and acquitted her.
The furniture, carpets and wallpaper are replica pieces. They had to use the crime photos to establish patterns. Andrew was killed on a couch much like this one.
A photo of 'the handleless hatchet' found in the basement. Tests revealed it had rust and cow hair on it, but it was still considered the 'suspected' murder weapon but it was never confirmed.
Crime scene photo of Andrew Borden with his head and face shattered.
And Michelle re-enacts Andrew's pose, but for the cell phone in her hand and dramatic hand-to-forehead.
The Borden Coat of Arms is a lion holding an axe.
Looking upstairs at the 2nd and 3rd stories.