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Changeling -- Part V

October 30, 2008 |  2:09 pm


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The Northcott ranch. Notice the stop sign used as a precursor to crime scene tape.
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Detectives find a gun and an ax in the Northcott home in Los Angeles, but cannot link them to the killings.
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Gordon Northcott
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Sanford Clark showing Deputies Sepulveda, Mendoza and Ybarra the direction taken from Mint Canyon cabin by Gordon Northcott when the latter told Clark, according to his story, that he was going to visit a mine where Northcott says he aided a miner slay his partner.
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Gordon Stewart Northcott points with a pencil to a chicken house at his ranch where the state contends one of his alleged boy victims was slain. Undersheriff Rayburn, left, and Deputy Brown, right, keep him closely guarded as the trial jury inspects the ranch.
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Sheriff Clem Sweeters, left, and Deputy Bob Bailey, foreground, watch a trusty dig for bodies on the Northcott ranch.

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Investigators dig in the desert in a search for Northcott's victims.
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Deputy J.R. Quinn and Sheriff Clem Sweeters with items recovered at the ranch.

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