March 29, 1972: USACIL Consolidated Report
USACIL Consolidated Report, page 18
Paragraph 12: Examinations of the red-brown stains of Exhibits D61, D123, D126, D127, D129, D128, D134, D145, D157, D163, D208, D207B and D220 revealed the presence of human blood of the International Blood Group Type AB.
Possible related exhibits
||Quilt bearing red-brown stains from bed in south bedroom
||Debris from pulled-back bedding of bed in south bedroom
||Debris from quilt from bed in south bedroom
An exhibit described as "Purple-brown quilt bearing red-brown stain" is listed by the CID as being Exhibit D220. The CID Findings indicate that Type AB blood was found on this exhibit.
Another quilt, Exhibit D124
was described in Craig Chamberlain's notes (p. 33)
as being purple, pink and green. According to the CID, this exhibit was found on Kimberley's bed, and bore no bloodstains.
The CID Reinvestigation Report
(February 17, 1970 - April 10, 1972) describes a "purple-brown quilt" with Type AB bloodstains, and indicates that this exhibit was found on the bed in Kimberley's bedroom (south bedroom).
In the notes of Craig Chamberlain, regarding evidence received from William Ivory, he describes a blanket, brown on one side and purple on the other, and says it was found in the closet in Kimberley's bedroom:
February 17, 1970 - April 10, 1972: Excerpt from CID Reinvestigation
February 25, 1970: Excerpt re: Evidence received by William Ivory (CID), p. 1