Having described the derivation and theoretical applications of the investigative star in the previous chapter, we will now work through an example of the practical use of the 6Ws in a concrete case. The exposition will not be exhaustive, as a large-scale forensic investigation entails a large number of activities, exhibits, and observations, which continuously rely on and contribute to the production of hypotheses and part-hypotheses to support them, and to describe them all would neither be possible nor productive here. Rather, this chapter serves as a heuristic to show the logic of the investigative star in practical reasoning at the scene of crime, by using it to formulate and seek answers to the six questions (or “topics”) that it represents.