“Upon entering the room, they found the cushions had been removed from the furniture and scattered around the room, some as if thrown and others as if arranged methodically,” Hubbard writes in the book. “Other pieces of furniture had been placed on the hotel’s balcony.”

The author notes that Sanford was “in the room alone the whole time” and that while he never saw the wrecked hotel room, the two aides described it to him as “strange.”

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