Maggie Wilson is dead in the tub in the small, dark bathroom. The water runs over her face and her legs are splayed over the side of the tub. The important evidence is as follows:
1. The Bottles & Glass - A bottle and an empty glass are knocked over on the bathroom rug. Investigators should dust these for latent prints. That would allow them to eliminate the presence of others in the bathroom.
2. The Sink - The sink could contain evidence that she refreshed herself there, possibly as a result of illness from her disorder or alcohol.
3. The Tub Stopper - The stopper is not in the tub, which would be logical for someone drawing a bath. She or her friends could've placed her here to revive her.
4. The Legs - Her legs appear to be in full rigor mortis which indicates she may have been moved to the tub. Had she died here, her legs would fall in a more natural manner.
5. The Body - The medical examiner should check the body for other signs of trauma, including water in her lungs or blows to the head. The ME will determine death by natural causes, intentional drowning or accidental drowning.