In Cold Blood

What aspects of the crime scene as observed by Al Dewey Examining Photographs foreshadow the eventual capture of the suspects?

has to do with In cold blood part two of the book Persons unkown

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When looking at the photographs, Dewey hoped the he "might see something." Dewey described it as one of those instances where you're trying to find the hidden animals. I might compare it to Where's Waldo. The aspect of the photos that foreshadows the capture of the killers would be the footprints he spots in a photo of Mr Clutter........ diamond-patterned soles; something not visible to the eye, but something visible on film because of the flashbulb used to take the photograph.


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