Marylin Smartt's red station wagon is seen in front of 26, under the tree. Dee Lake said he loaned Marty Smartt his only car, complete with a hunting rifle, for over a week so that Marty could use its battery to drive the red car. On the day the murders were discovered, Marty, Dee, and Bo left Keddie in Dee's car for an all-day trip, purportedly to Reno. Police noted the red wagon was inoperable, on blocks in their front yard. Why borrow an entire car to use it's battery in a car on blocks?