"Frau Marcher ran a gasthof just out of town which prepared food for some of the workers building the power plant at the bottom of the valley. She needed someone to help out and had a spare room." Interrogating Ellie.
"Susan Zainzinger was a woman of her own age who had lived in Kaprun all her life, although – unlike many of the women Ellie had met there – her outlook on life was a broad-minded one and she had an intensely curious turn of mind. She was a dark-eyed, motherly woman too, large both physically and in the feeling of warmth that she projected, who gave Ellie a welcome sense of being somehow enfolded in her presence, comforted – even cherished." Interrogating Ellie.
"In KAPRUN she lived with a Frau MARCHER...and went to work in a small Gasthaus owned by Frau MARCHER in the mountains near KAPRUN...Subject knew this woman through her husband being employed at the same place as her (the subject's) husband...Subject had become friendly with the wives of two other men who were also working with her husband: these were Frau MARCHER and Frau ZAITZINGER." Interrogation file.