This is the first of a new series featuring 360 degrees of still photography of each space within the Borden house on Second Street as it appears today. The entry and kitchen were scenes of much action on August 4th. The side (North) entry door would appear to have been the only way a killer could have sneaked in unaided, during the time the maid was out washing windows and Lizzie was in the barn. The bottom of the back stairs was the spot where Lizzie told her neighbor Mrs. Churchill, first on the scene, all about what had happened. Lizzie was seen leaning against the screen on the inside. Later pharmacist Mr. Bence would peer down this same back entry hall and identify Lizzie as the woman who had tried to buy Prussic acid on the day prior to the murders. Many neighbors, friends and police would pace up and down the short length of back hallway that day, coming in and out of the house. Emma, returning from Fairhaven would walk into this space after she got off the train, finding shocking things going on in the sitting room and diningroom. The day after the funeral, Lizzie would be observed burning up a skirt and blouse in the kitchen stove by her friend Alice Russell. If walls could talk, the entry and kitchen would have plenty to say!