ï»¿Carroll, Lewis, 1 The room offered a sense of remove. Homey pink, pleated valances framed windows overlooking a courtyard enclosed by the reddish-brown tapestry brick of the old hospital building. There were mismatched sofas, brown cabinets, and a sink. The hospital’s chief financial officer, Curtis Dosch, had brought over a television set with a rabbit-ear antenna, placed it on a low table, and plugged it into a red outlet. Staff hunched down to peer at it, though it showed mainly static. Karinthy, Frigyes, ref 1n The notes the men took and their recollections were now important evidence in establishing the timing of the deaths.