MILFORD, Pa. (midday, April 12) - The trial continues for Eric Frein, 33, of Canadensis, on charges of fatally shooting Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass in a Sept. 12, 2014 sniper rifle ambush outside the state police barracks on Route 402 in Blooming Grove.

MILFORD, Pa. (midday, April 12) - The trial continues for Eric Frein, 33, of Canadensis, on charges of fatally shooting Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass in a Sept. 12, 2014 sniper rifle ambush outside the state police barracks on Route 402 in Blooming Grove.

An abandoned Jeep, believed to have been driven by Frein before, during and after the shootings, was discovered stuck in a drainage retention pond not far from the barracks three days after the shootings.

Frein was captured outside the airfield hangar on the abandoned Birchwood Resort property in Pocono Township, Monroe County, on Oct. 30, 2014, ending a 48-day manhunt. Authorities believe Frein had been living in that hangar during the latter days of the manhunt.

On Wednesday, the seventh day of Frein's trial, the prosecution presented items taken from the hangar and believed to be Frein's. Among the items are a notebook containing what's believed to be Frein's journal of what he did, where he went and how he survived after the shootings.

The journal includes the following portions of entries:

•Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014: "Had to run. Jeep stuck. Ditched the (rifle). Went on foot, heading southwest to stream under (Interstate) 84. Made it to Little Egypt Road. Got lost in development. Continued south. Crossed a deep stream. Headed to power line trail up to 84. Too much (police) activity (to cross 84)."

 •Sunday, Sept. 14: "Slept all day in abandoned camper. Crossed 84. No (police) activity. Started campfire."

 •Sept. 15-21: "(In Bushkill area). Started campfire. Stashed (word unreadable) unmolested. Slept well for first time in three days. Went deeper (into the woods). Set up shelter and cleaned up. (Cellphoned) home twice to let them know I'm still alive. Got text saying I'm a suspect. Saw patrol. Not spotted. They stuck to the trails. Listened to (portable) radio. News media calling me a 'survivalist.' Ha! Catchy phrase, I guess. Shelter-in-place (ordered in nearby residential areas) by spooked cops. Shelter-in-place lifted."

 •Sept. 22-27: "Crossed Brodhead (Creek) right under helos (helicopters). Changed out of wet clothes. Waited for clothes and boots to dry. Took bath. Slept like a human. Got buckets for catching rain water. Listened to radio. Classical made me cry. (Inaudible word) made me laugh. Needed both. Shaved and did laundry. Searched Buck Hill Inn. Noisy kids were in front room for few minutes, then left."

 •Sept. 29 (when authorities discovered campsite believed to be Frein's near Laurel Run Road in Price Township): "Still five-mile (search) zone (in Snow Hill Road area of Barrett Township). Bathed and cleaned (other) rifle and pistol."

•Sept. 30: "Fasted all day. (Authorities believe they've) found stashed (possibly armed) pipe bombs (at campsite). That's not the case, but it should slow 'em down."

 •Oct. 1-9: "Snooper came by (and urinated). Helos close. (Safer to) travel after dark. Hunting closed. Two cops fell from tree stand and flown to hospital. That's what those helos must have been. No respite. Recon went well. This massive search can't last forever. Slept in morning. Plugged in laptop. Searching one-mile zone in Mill Creek area. Bathed and tried fasting. Did laundry. Got piece of chocolate."

 •Oct. 11-21: "Have lasted longer than I expected to last. Lord Jesus Christ have mercy on me, a sinner. Bathed. Columbus Day. No news. Spigot shut off. How to get water? Barrett Township Trick-or-Treat and Halloween Parade canceled (over public safety concerns due to ongoing search). State senator coming to investigate (how effectively the manhunt has been conducted and how much it's cost taxpayers). Bathed and did laundry. Read news (about manhunt) on Internet. Mostly (b.s.). Cops seem to be chasing bears they think are me. Been hearing coyotes or coydogs. Will try to get food tomorrow night. Likely get caught. Only beans left. Search is around Swiftwater. False sighting near Swiftwater."

 •Oct. 25-27: "Found two packages of crackers. Broke into a place. Was careful not to damage anything. Took rice, Ramen and oil. Lord have mercy. Christ have mercy."

 •Oct. 28-29 (last entry): "Ten-mile hike. Have no tools to break in without smashing glass."

Testimony continues this afternoon.