On the crime scene Nicole meets Pety a French constable. He's not willing to cooperate with her (try talking with him), on the contrary, he states that he's not going to go easy on her. After the conversation he leaves, allowing agent Bonnet to have a look around.
She approaches the table on the left and opens the middle drawer (zoom in). She takes from it: blank sheets of paper, a heavy stapler, a roll of sticky tape and plastic document sleeves. After she takes out the last item, a button is revealed on the revealed on the right side of the drawer.
Pressing it, Nicole unlocks the right drawer. Upon opening it she finds: and old matchbox, pipe tool, a pack of cotton and a list of people renting the room. She takes a photo of the last item using the camera.
She then takes her findings back to the center of the room and decides to take a look at the victim (on the right). She takes two photos of her then examines the doll resting at the victim's feet. She cannot pick it up with bare hands, so she uses the plastic sleeve. She also takes note that the mirrors behind the victim have been shattered.
Then Nicole examines the deceased up close (zoom in). She spots some crystals around the victims mouth, but she doesn't have the tools necessary to secure the sample she prepares a makeshift cotton bud using a match and some cotton, and collects some of the crystals. She then secures the bud by placing it in the plastic sleeve. She takes a look at the hook that went into the body near the armpit and concludes the examination.
Now Nicole heads for the middle window which (zoom in) is covered in finger prints (she takes a photo of them). Her attention is drawn towards the open part of the window above, as she spots some kind of sign on it. Since it's moving all the time, miss agent cannot have a good look at it.
She decides to leave the room and approach the policeman who is waiting for coroner to arrive. She asks for a pencil, and after she gets it she turns towards the fuse box in a nearby wall (zoom in) as there are some torn out wires sticking out of it – that explains the darkness at the crime scene. She asks the policeman about it, and heads back.
Just before she enters the room she notices a dirty wooden mop near the door to the left, and decides that she has a use for it. Back in the room she approaches the window again and decides to collect the finger prints in a domestic manner. She smashes the pencil with a stapler and spills the graphite onto a sheet of paper which she then presses against the glass. Then, she uses sticky tape to get the finger prints off the glass and onto the paper.
It's time to take care of swinging window. Nicole strips the mop leaving only the pole (left click on it in the inventory) and uses it to close the window. Now she can take a look at the sign left probably by the killer. She also takes a photo of it.
The symbol is reflected on the floor of the room, so Nicole takes a closer look at the spot on the floor (zoom in). She notices that one of the floorboards is loose and uses the pipe cleaner to lever it up.
There's some number or date written on the back of the floorboard (1793). Agent takes a photo of it and collects the floorboard using the plastic sleeve. (If you pick it up before taking a photo you can do it in your inventory)
Time to leave the room. She passes the evidence to the policeman in the corridor (click on him) and leaves.