I think we've made some headway since Kolar's book has opened up some new evidence for us to consider. For instance, I think it's safe to say that many of us are reaching a concensus that a golf club is the most likely cause of the head wound. It would be interesting to see if we can narrow a few more things down. I would like for us to approach this topic from the following standpoint. None of us may know 100% for sure exactly where JBR was when she was struck over the head. That's okay. Let's do it this way. Let's pretend your life depends on it. There's only so many rooms in the house. Your odds are about, what, 1 in however many rooms there were in the house? We all have sifted through a mountain of evidence....the blood on the pillow.....the wadded up red sweater on JBR's bathroom vanity....the golf clubs in the basement....take an educated guess...with everything you have sifted through, pick a room as if you're life depended on it. Let's see if we can, at least, obtain a majority. Explain, as best you can, the things which make you stake your life on this room. Lastly, I don't want to make this out to be a game because a game it is not. I'd just like to believe that Kolar's book gave us a little more hope that, someday, the truth will be known if not prosecuted. I'd like to think it might help us to get closer to the truth. I'll begin. Please understand that my educated guess is just that. The thing I'm most convinced about is that JBR was standing, or sitting, in a room without carpet when she was felled. But since I'm asking for an educated guess, I'm going to say she was in the basement laundry room. If the room was carpeted, then, I withdraw my pick. If someone knows, or has a picture of that room, please set me straight one way or another. Here's why I pick the basement laundry room. 1. The golf clubs were in the basement. 2. The dust and lint, on JBR's feet, indicates to me that the last floor she stood on was linoleum, tile or wood and it was dirty. The basement was messy and filthy with one broken window. Laundry rooms are dusty and linty especially if they are not cleaned and, from what I've seen, that basement was filthy. I have every reason to believe that basement laundry room had a dirty floor. 3. I read somewhere, and can't remember (please someone enlighten me) that LE found pictures in that laundry room basement...and quizzed Patsy about why they would be there...it seemed to me that there was something not quite right about these pictures. It makes me think that maybe this was a place where the kids might've hid to do things they wouldn't want adults to see. 4. We know for sure that train tracks were in the basement. This is the best I can do right now with the information I have in my mind. If there were golf clubs upstairs, or if the basement laundry was carpeted, I would probably pick another room.