1950s Kitchen (You're Going to Die in There)
Evidence in Room
The jars weren’t going to fill themselves...visit the kitchen to discover her secret recipe.
Body of a woman
- A woman in a polkadot dress has her head in the stove, it is unknown if she put her head in the stove or was placed there by a third party. A bloody crimescene report present in the 1940s Living Room seems to belong to the 1950s Kitchen; it identifies the woman as Loraine Baxter. Her death is ruled a suicide as there were only signs of minor bruising.
- The letter highlights Loraine's obsession with William, it seems she was willing to join him in death.
A love letter to William from Celia with William's driver's license.
- Suggests Loraine had discovered their affair and was acting suspicious.
Apron with a bloody handprint
Medical Hospital patient record concerning Loraine Baxter
- It describes Loraine coming to the hospital with bruises, claiming she was mugged. This hints William may have abused her.
- The aforementioned crime scene report in the 1940s Living Room says that they contained pieces of William Baxter. Their similarity to the jars used by Charles Montgomery should be noted.
Bloody kitchen knife
50s Vinyl Record. "'You Cheated and You Lied" by Frankie Duke & the Salty Dogs.
Dialogue (either Celia or Loraine, but from the context of the audio and the letter from Celia to William, it is most likely Celia):
- "I loved him, and he loved me...I think. But I also loved her, and I never wanted it to turn out this way. I thought it never could. We are all disgusting people, just waiting for someone to come and push us to the edge, and watch us crumble..."
The 1940s Living Room contained a crime scene report that seems to belong to the 1950s Kitchen, although it comes with a picture of the dead bride from the 1940s attached. It is unknown why it is found in the 1940s setting. The bloodied and partly illegible report reads:
- Detective, Lead Investigator: ____________________ Date: +++ 4/?/57 Location: William and Loraine Baxter Summons: +++ +++ by mail carrier from the home of Celia Jacobs of 1322 to +++ and +++ similar reports of homicides and missing persons Witnesses: No eyewitnesses. Body discovered at approx. 8:00 pm +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ Suicide Victim Loraine Baxter d.o.b. 4/4/25 32 years old, approx. 5’5’ 120 lbs. brown hair light build. found in kitchen with head in heated oven. Blood stains on clothing, hands and skin with no indication of bleeding. Appearances of +++ +++ +++ +++ and arm. Severe bruising on left shoulder. Possibly +++ light bruising on face +++ and +++ +++ +++ mouth appears to Homicide Victim William Baxter d.o.b. 5/28/22 35 years old, found cut into small pieces and placed in canning jars. Approx. 13 jars. No additional remains of victim found. Blood upstairs appears to have come from victim two and covered the clothing and skin of victim one. Cause of death, possible poisoning of drink or food. Evidence Collected Kitchen knife 13 inches in overall length: Measures 5 inches and is +++++ inches, 16 diameter. Blade edges have coagulated blood and hair embedded Bowling bag contains unused blue bowling shoes, white shirt and black bowling ball, +++. note found in inner pocket of bag with message, “nice to see you, +++ +++, hope you like the house.” Empty bottles of vinegar. 12 gallon jugs, empty. Scattered across the floor and table. Hand held food chopper, 12 inches high glass +++ and +++ and +++ appears to have blood on the inside, possibly used to chop several body parts Small kitchen knife, 7 inches in overall length and found in kitchen sink. ++++++ ++++ ++++ blood. Possibly used for cutting eyes, ears, ++++, tongue, and fingers. Search of house Front and rear door locked. Search of house showed no evidence of robbery or vandalism, orderly appearance. Blood tracks contained to kitchen floor area. Victim one William Baxter. William was found on the kitchen table. No ++++ evidence removed from house.