The video was filmed in September 2008, after the Youngs returned to North Carolina from spending much of the preceding nine months on the run with their three children, Hunter and Edwards' baby.
The view, played on big screen monitors for the jury, showed the house's sparsely furnished interior, including the mistress' puffy bed and a collection of eastern religious idols and crystals. There was also a book on reading rune cards intended to help the user divine the future.
The screen panned over a handwritten list of possible baby names and their meanings in various languages and notes containing the birthdates of famous Hollywood celebrities. Photos of Hunter at various stages of her life were splayed on the kitchen counter, as was a yellowed newspaper clipping with photo of a smiling debutant and her original name, Lisa Jo Druck.
Young also taped the mistress' California driver's license and a business card with the name Rielle Hunter and the phrase "Being is Free," printed over a pink heart.
Duncan suggested the Youngs had made the video as part of a scheme to extort money from Edwards, who was then still denying the affair.
Cheri Young replied that she made the tape to help document what her family had been through as a result of Edwards' affair.
"This was proof that there really was a Rielle Hunter," she said.
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