The from door showed alarm clocks wired to create an alarm system in the house. There was a white wire from the front door alarm to the back door that connected to a switch that would activate the alarm.
Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight shared a room in Ariel Castro's Seymour Avenue house.
The door to Amanda Berry and her daughter's room inside Ariel Castro's house.
The window in Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight's room was covered with boards.
Ariel Castro would force the women to wear a helmet during sexual assaults, authorities said.
Police found nearly 100 feet in chains in Ariel Castro's house.
There was a significant amount of cash in washing machine. Police were directed to find it there by Ariel Castro. It was said he paid the women for sex and then they paid him for items they wanted from the store.
Artwork and workbook papers done by Amanda Berry's daughter on the boards covering the windows.
The heavy curtain pulled back to look down the stairs toward the first floor.
Amanda Berry and her 6-year-old daughter shared a room while held captive.
Amanda Berry's room was in the front of the house.
The heavy curtain at the top of the stairs to the second floor.
This is the only bathroom in the home. It is on the first floor near the kitchen.
Chains and locks were found on the floor of Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight's bedroom.
Ariel Castro described himself as sexual predator in a note he wrote on April 4, 2004.
An air hole was cut in the lower of panel of Amanda Berry's door for ventilation.
Other evidence seized from Ariel Castro's house.
Looking from the top of the stairs toward Amanda Berry and her daughter's room.
Another view of Amanda Berry and her daughter's bedroom.
This is the view from the basement stairs south across the long part of the house.
Forensic Scientist Joshua Barr said chains totaling 99 feet 3 inches and weighing 92.28 pounds were found in the home.
A look into the smaller bedroom where Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight lived.
Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight shared a bed in their small room.
The window was obstructed by a wooden panel that had been screwed in. There was also a commode in the room.
The model of Castro's home shown in court.