A popular account of the STURP tests can be found in Kenneth E. Stevenson and Gary R. Habermas, Verdict on the Shroud (Ann Arbor, MI: Servant Books, 1981) or a more technical version in Larry S. Schwalbe and Ray N. Rogers, “Physics and Chemistry of the Shroud of Turin: A Summary of the 1978 Investigation,” Analytica Chemica Acta, 135 (1982), pp. 349. Lists of the tapes and their identifications can be found in John H. Heller and Alan D. Adler, “A Chemical Investigation of the Shroud of Turin,” Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal, 14/3 (1981), pp. 97–98.