Police officers lead Manuel into court during his appeal.
Interest in the Manuel trial was intense as shown by this queue for
in the public gallery on day one of the proceedings.
Crowds outside the Manuel trial watch William Watt leave the court
after giving evidence.
Murder victim Marion Watt and husband William, who was briefly
accused of the crimes.
The murder weapon
17-year-old Isabella Cooke, another of Manuel's victims.
Officers search for the gun which Manuel used ti kill Peter Smart,
his wife Doris
and their 10-year-old son Michael in their home.
Police search for the body of Ann Kneilands, 17.
Superintendet James Hendry speak to the press about the case
on September 17, 1956.
A police photographer takes a picture of the Burnside house where
her sister Marion Watt and niece Vivienne were killed.
The snowy golf course where Ann Kneilands was murdered in 1956.