Post by kmik on Apr 7, 2019 17:03:45 GMT -6
These were posted by Meanie when she operated her Cabin 28 forum. Not sure if she did this on her own or if she had somebody do this for her. I know at one point she asked Dmac for the autopsy photos so she could have a ME look at them but he would not. Her knowledge and thoughts on the case were priceless.
Glenna Susan Sharp
-Brown eyes, dark brown hair
-Terry cloth muu muu type lounging gown, green to blue to white in color. It is pulled up to the level of her pubis.
-White brassiere, fastened in place.
-all front upper teeth are loosened
-Oblique, rectangular shaped bruise in the anteriomedial aspect (in front and toward the middle) of the left thigh. Bruise has
oblique lines in its center. 3 1/2 by 3/4" in length.
-Considerable blood on the soles of the feet, excluding the arches, indicating that she walked through or stood in blood.
-Dried, smeared blood about both legs.
-Patch of blood on the left buttock.
-Wrists & ankles are bound with 2 different electrical cords.
-Both cords are black in color and in double segments
--the larger cord shows a brown female plug in The other end is a male type plug. This cord loops about the wrists and extends over the right hand, between the thumb and forefinger and connects with a lead of the cord which connects to the ankle. This connection is accomplished with the female end caught in a suggestive double clove hitch type knot near the dorsum (top) of the right hand. The cord continues between the upper thigh, just below the vulva to the ankles.
It is then looped around the ankles, looped around both ankles, and knotted at the left ankle. This cord is caught up in the smaller cord, over the anterior aspect of the right ankle. White adhesive tape wraps around the ankles at least 3 times beneath the cord.
-wrists are crisscrossed over the abdomen.
-The left wrist touches the underlying right wrist.
-Beneath the cords are strips of white adhesive tape. The tape partially encircles the right wrist,extending over the lateral and dorsal surface and then back to encircle the left wrist., leaving
the ventral surface of the right wrist. The tape wraps about the wrists at least 5 times.
-Smaller black cord is cut on the dorsal of the left wrist.
-The tape adhesive is moderately loose. The black cord is severely tight, on both ankles and wrists.
-A facial gag is present consisting of 2 pieces of cloth extending around the lower part of the face, with both anterior pieces within the mouth.
-The under portion of the cloth has the appearance of a blue bandana. The outer portion consists of a female undergarment.
-Between the 2 portions, on the left side of the mouth, are strips of adhesive tape. The 1/2" strips are up to 8 inches of length and 4 of these flap across the left cheek and extend between the ligatures hanging down below the chin just to the left of the midline.
-The gag is embedded deeply into the mouth, forcing the anterior upper teeth up over the gag. The gags are tied in double knots on teh left side of the face.
-The skin beneath the gag is free of blood, unlike the rest of the face, which is blood covered down to the gag mark line, above and below.
-Considerable dried blood present over the entire face, sometimes in a smudged pattern. The pattern is interrupted by the gag mark.
-Various fractures to the lateral surface of the right temporal lobe, the left orbital plate, the right orbital plate, the right xygomatic arch.
-Star shaped zone of lacerations 1 1/2" above the midline of left ear.
-Deep laceration above the left ear lobe, through the pinna.
-Marked bruising about the ear. Skip zone present between the ear and scalp portion of the wound.
-3/4" laceration in the mid occipal, 1" above ear. Triangular in shape.
-The left face in front of the ear is moderately swollen, 3" dull, blue-red discoloration.
The right side of the face, 1 1/4" above the ear, a flat laceration down to the skull bone 5/8" in length.
-Irregular laceration behind the bruise of the right ear. 3/4" in length.
-Right upper eyelid shows 2 horizontal, rough edged, lacerated wounds. The upper one 1 by 1/8", the lower one 3/8 by 1/4".
-Blue red bruising and swelling involve both eyelids on the right.
-Curved 1/2" laceration with a round abrasion mark on the right cheek.
-1/4" laceration lateral to the mid portion of the upper lip, right side.
-5/8" horizontal laceration to the right side of the upper lip.
-Bruising on both upper and lower lips.
-5/8" by 1/4" laceration on the right side of the bridge of the nose
-1-1/4 by 1/8" oblique cut to the lower quadrant of the abdomen.
-Pressure abrasion 2 inches above the antecubital space (inner elbow region) on the left.
-Bruising of the dorsum of the left forearm, pressure abrasion in a vertical pattern.
-Considerable bruising of the left forearm, wrist, and to the top of the left hand.
-The dorsum (top) of the left hand show horizontal, stuttered cuts arranged in a roughly parallel fashion, commencing on the bases of the 4th and 5th fingers and extending to mid-palm level. These cuts are arranged in 2's or 3's and occur from 1/2"-3/4" apart. They are 3/8 to an inch in length.
-Superficial cut to the middle knuckle of the left hand.
-Considerable bruising to the top of the right hand, over a 2-1/2" zone. In the center of this zone is a horizontal laceration 1/2" in length. Three other abrasions are present.
-Superficial cuts to the fingers of the right hand.
-Bruising to the palm of the right hand.
-Superficial cut to the base of the right index finger.
-Four stab wounds and a puncture wound in the chest area. All stab wounds have a sharper edge on the lower edge than the upper edge.
-1/2" long stab in the left medial chest, 3 inches above the nipple line, extending into tissue about 1/2".
-5/8" long stab on the right side, 5 inches above the nipple line. This wound passes through the chest and nicks the anterior spine 1/8"
-5/8" long stab 1/4" from anterior midline. Penetrates the sternum 1/4"
-Cutting stab wound to the lower portion of the left breast, one inch below the nipple, 2 inches long and gapes open 1/2".
This wound extends inward through a 1-1/2" hole into the 5th interspace and eventually into lower lobe of the left lung, stopping 1 inch from the spine.
-1 inch puncture wound an inch from the end of the larger wound
-All of the stab wounds demonstrate a track of anterior to posterior with no left to right or up and down deviation.
-The only exception to this is the slash wound, which seems to extend from left to right.
-1/2 inch , nearly horizontal stab to the neck, 8 inches above the nipple line. It extends inward with no up or down deviation. The wound is from front to back and slightly left to right, entering the larynx just below the true cord on the left side. The hole is 1/2" inch long. It then extends all the way through the larynx and into the cervical spine at C level.
-A 1/8" nick is present in the spine
John Steven Sharp
Rigor is complete & mild
-Lividity is present dorsally (back)
-The mouth contains a small amount of blood
-The nose contains both liquid & clotted blood
-3/4 inch area of bruising at the base of the back of the middle finger (left hand).
-No further hand trauma
-Ligatures present about the wrists & ankles.
-Ankle ligature consists of a white electric double cord (lamp). Cord loops about the upper ankles twice and is knotted about the right ankle. The other end is attached to Dana Wingate.
-The wrist ligature consists of multiple layers of white adhesive tape. The hands are in a prayer like position, except the hands are clasped, right over left. The ligature is cut over the upper portion, between the hands.
-Blood is spattered over the tape and over the visible hands. Skin beneath is free of blood.
-Caught up on the tape and in the drying/dried blood are multiple hairs, ranging in color from light tan to light blonde. These hairs are located on the backs of the hands and in the palm. One hair is described as "whitish" and fibrous (like a dog/cat hair).
-Attached to the sleeve of the jacket are several more hairs, blond in color (these were sent to the Department of Justice)
-Blood is present in a thin, "patchy fashion", on both arms (probably caused by his being moved by bloody hands)
-The chest shows two stab wound, each 5/8 of an inch,extending into the chest muscle, from right to left and down.They do not enter the chest cavity.
-Marked trauma to the head & face.
-Over the right side, in the temporal zone (eyebrow), a deep bruising pattern, 5 inches in diameter. Through the center of the bruised patch is a rough, deep laceration, 1 1/2 inches long.
-Just below the laceration is a second laceration that covers the upper, outer eyelid. The underlying bone is fractured and easily palpable.
-Another depressed fracture is present on the left frontal portion, except that it is oval in shape, not round
-Considerable bruising of the left eyelids, both upper and lower.
-There are seven scalp lacerations on the left side, one of which is star-shaped.
-Beneath two of these are depressed skull fractures joined together by a thinner break. Brain tissue protrudes from the upper fracture.
-The right side of scalp shows a deep star shaped wound with irregular, abraded edges (tearing), 1 1/2 inches
above the right ear.
-A cut mark is present at the mid portion of the ear.
-A cutting stab wound is present just behind the lower part of the ear. It is 1 1/2 inches long, is oblique (slanted) and extends downward for 3/4 of an inch.
-A butterfly shaped cutting stab wound, two inches across, occurs over the mid thyroid area, passing through the lumen, through the larynx and into the spine at 3 & 4. This stab caused damage to the right jugular vein & carotid artery. This wound is the killing wound.
-Blood and clotted blood appear inside this wound.
-Hesitation marks just beneath: 1/8 puncture wound that extends no further than surface skin, with a 1 1/2 inch scratch-like laceration.
Dana Paul Wingate
-Rigor is moderate & complete.
-Lividity is marked anteriorly (front).
-Mild, non blanching lividity posteriorly (non blanching means it is 'fixed' & does not disappear when pressed). This occurs approximately 12 hours after death and lasts about 48 hours.
-Dried blood in the nose.
-Multiple fractures of the top teeth
-Some teeth loosened
-Broken jaw in the area of broken teeth (right side)
-No injury to the arms or hands.
-Ligature marks around both wrists.
-Adhesive tape residue attached to right thumb
-Two rectangular, reddish blue bruises over both buttocks, and one similar bruise on the back of the left thigh. These injuries show hemorrhage beneath the skin and are about 2 inches wide (approximately the width of the barrel of a pellet gun).
-White lamp cord wrapped somewhat loosely about his legs (leading to John Sharp)
-Adhesive tape is amassed around the right wrist, attached dorsally and not at all ventrally. The loop of the mass is six inches, indicating the mass was once wrapped around the other wrist as well.
-Moist blood soaks the top rear of his pants.
-Marked trauma of the face & head.
-Long, rectangular, red mark, beginning at just above the left ear. Underlying scalp is torn and the skull is deeply fractured. A second rectangle extends upward from the first.Also present is a semi circle laceration of 5/8 inches.
-Swelling & bruising to the entire left cheek.
-1 1/2 x 2x2 inch laceration to the left ear, nearly separating it midway.
-Various hockey-stick shaped lacerations to the left side of the head.
-Petechiae of the face (Caused by straining, crying, suffocation or strangulation)
-Left, upper lip lacerated in 3 places. Lacerations go from the lip into the nose.
-Bruising of the middle of upper lip.
-Marked bruising and swelling of the upper left eyelid.
-Swelling of the entire face.
-Semi circular, 3/4 inch laceration behind the right ear.In front of this is an oval shaped laceration. Above both is a 3rd laceration with abrasion (scrape).
-No bruising of the neck.
-No bite marks on the tongue (common in conscious strangulation victims)
-Deep tissues of the neck show redness and hemorrhage, over the thyroid cartilage
-Greenish-black substance in the stomach (similar to the contents of Johnny's stomach, meaning they ate/drank within an hour or two of their deaths).
Cause of death:
Craniocerebral Trauma and strangulation (Just to clarify, both are used because either would have killed him, independent of the other).