The news article stated they used "Luminol" in the apartment.
Therefore, reading between the lines, this suggests, the apt was cleaned.
Luminol will illuminate where blood was once present and is generally used for minute amounts of blood over large area's.
Mark Hacking works the night shift at a psychiatric hospital and has said that he usually sleeps when his wife goes running. She normally returns home
about 6:30 a.m. to shower and get ready for work. He said she normally would wake him up to drive her to work.)
FACT: The guy worked as an days as an apartment manager and nights at the mental hospital.
FACT: Both of their vehicles were taken by the investigators.
(Why would the guy work all night, go to sleep and then have his wife wake him up requiring a ride to work, when they both clearly had
vehicles?-doesn't make much sense.)
If we are to belive these news accounts as accurate, Mark came home from work and went to bed. Lori got up and went on a routine jog at 5:30 am
(witness recanted her report of seeing someone who looked like Lori at park).
Lori hadn't returned to wake up Mark. When Lori didin't show up at work, Mark went to the area where Lori was supposed to have jogged, and
ran/walked that route twice. Then.............
At 9:45am, Mark was in a mattress/furniture store purchasing a mattress. At 10:00 am, Mark called Lori's friends and reported her as missing. (Did
he call from the mattress/furniture store?) At 10:23, the mattress purchase went through.
At 10:49am, Mark reported Lori missing to police.
Mark's timeline begins when the "mattress/furniture store" placed him in their store at 9:45am.
[edit on 26-7-2004 by mako0956]