Entry into Block A at Tuol Sleng
One of the larger cells on the second floor of Block A
One of the original photos showing the recently murdered prisoner as he was discovered
One of the ten smaller cells on the ground floor of Block A, reserved for important prisoners
An original iron bedstead with latrine box, leg irons and plate
In the ground floor rooms of Block A, they came across corpses of several recently murdered men, some of which were chained to their iron beds. The prisoners' throats had been cut. The journalists took photos of all the rooms in the school and informed the Vietnamese authorities. That night all the corpses were burnt. Some of the photos taken at that time now hang in the rooms where the bodies were found. Their macabre discovery became the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum soon after.