File:The victim's room of the Oscar Slater Case.jpg
English: A part of the exhibit for the prosecution no. 5 / A cushion before the fireplace shows where the body was.
|Source||https://archive.org/details/trialofoscarslat00slat / http://www.nas.gov.uk/documents/AD21-5-53-and-63.pdf|
|Author||From 2nd ed. of "The Trial of Oscar Slater" by William Roughead published 1915 in Edinburgh / National Archives of Scotland has the same photograph. (ref. AD21/5/53)|
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