• Justin Nabours, a former part-time wildlife guide at Rough Creek Lodge, testified he had a father and young son with him when the bodies of Chad Littlefield and Chris Kyle were discovered. Nabours said the boy wanted to meet Chris Kyle who he considered a hero. When the trio arrived at the shooting range, Nabours spotted the bodies and told the father and son to stay inside the truck and call 9-1-1.

• Kyle was found lying face down in the dirt still wearing his hat. Littlefield was found on the platform with one of his arms raised.

• Texas Rangers found loaded handguns holstered on the victims' bodies. The guns were in the locked position with the safety on.

• When first responders began CPR on Kyle, the defibrillator detected a pulse.

• Chet Kelley, a friend of Chad Littlefield's, said when rumor of the murders began to circulate, he called Littlefield's cell phone and was surprised when a man answered. He said, "Chad what’s up? Is everything ok?” The man on the other end replied, “It’s not Chad, it’s Eddie.”

• A receipt for two bean burritos from Taco Bell at 6:50 p.m. was placed into evidence that proved Eddie Routh ate dinner a short time after the murders.

• Moments before his arrest and after leading police on a high-speed chase, Routh told police he had "taken a couple of souls."

• Routh then asked Detective Michael Smith, "Is the apocalypse on us right now? I can feel everybody feeding on my soul."

• Medical examiner Dr. Jeffery Barnard performed autopsies on the victims the day after the crimes.