Knight In His Tent

Knight In His Tent

“My desires dropped away,” said Knight. “I didn’t long for anything. I didn’t even have a name. To put it romantically, I was completely free.” (Chapter 22) Photo Credit: Maine State Police
The Tarp Structure

The Tarp Structure

The walls of his home were constructed of tarps and garbage bags, intricately overlaid like roof tiles. It was an aesthetically pleasing creation, almost churchlike in appearance. (Chapter 11) Photo Credit: Maine State Police
Secret Camp

Secret Camp

Knight had created from the chaos a bedroom-sized clearing completely invisible a few steps away. (Chapter 11)
Sergeant Terry Hughes

Sergeant Terry Hughes

“Everything in my gut wanted to hate this guy,” said Hughes. “But I can’t. You could work in law enforcement a hundred years and never come across anyone like this.” (Chapter 24) Photo Credit: Jennifer Smith-Mayo
Flashlights

Flashlights

He had dozens of wristwatches, flashlights, and portable radios. “I like back-up systems, redundancies, and options,” Knight explained. (Chapter 11) Photo Credit: Maine State Police