What Eric Frein Kept in His Airport Hangar Hideout

PHOTO: Eric Frein is seen in this booking photo, Oct. 31, 2014.PlayPike County Correctional Facility
WATCH Police Reveal What Eric Frein Had in the Woods With Him for 48 Days

Accused cop killer Eric Frein had contact lenses, first aid supplies, toilet paper, a book of the New Testament, a religious plaque and even DVDs stashed in the abandoned airport hangar near where he was captured, authorities revealed today.

The long list of supplies reveals just how prepared Frein, accused of shooting two state troopers in September, was to survive a manhunt.

Police also found cooking supplies including pots, a propane stove, silverware and even seasoning, soy sauce and salt and pepper.

PHOTO: Police officers search the hangar within the abandoned Birchwood Resort, where Eric Frein was caught on Thursday, in Tannersville, Pa., Oct. 31, 2014. Mark Makela/Reuters
Police officers search the hangar within the abandoned Birchwood Resort, where Eric Frein was caught on Thursday, in Tannersville, Pa., Oct. 31, 2014.

Frein, who evaded capture for nearly seven weeks in the woods of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains, had stored maps, a radio, multiple piece of camouflage clothing, a raincoat, binoculars, matches, twine and more in the old Birchwood-Pocono Airpark hangar, according to the search warrant.

He also appeared prepared to keep up good hygiene while in hiding -- the haul included nail clippers, a shaving kit, dental supplies and laundry detergent.

The hangar, abandoned for 16 years, served as Frein's final hideout before he was captured near there last Thursday, ending a massive manhunt that sent fear throughout rural Pennsylvania, closed schools and hurt local businesses.

PHOTO: Maureen and Werner Kuesters of Tannersville, Pa., look over the airport hangar and airstrip at the abandoned Birchwood Resort grounds in Pocono Township, Pa., Nov. 4, 2014, where accused Pennsylvania State Trooper killer Eric Frein was arrested. Michael J. Mullen/The Scranton Times-Tribune/AP Photo
Maureen and Werner Kuesters of Tannersville, Pa., look over the airport hangar and airstrip at the abandoned Birchwood Resort grounds in Pocono Township, Pa., Nov. 4, 2014, where accused Pennsylvania State Trooper killer Eric Frein was arrested.

Police recovered Frein's notebooks, a 14-page note and typed pages with random prayers, along with various ammunition, in the search. Police previously found weapons, ammunition, food and other supplies scattered throughout the woods in weeks leading up to the capture.

Frein, 31, appeared in court on Friday and was charged with first-degree murder, homicide of a law enforcement officer, attempted murder and possession of weapons of mass destruction. He did not enter a plea.

An attorney for Frein declined to comment.

PHOTO: Eric Frein, charged with the murder of Pennsylvania State Trooper Cpl. Byron Dickson and critically wounding Trooper Alex Douglass, is taken to prison after a preliminary hearing in Pike County Courthouse on Oct. 31, 2014 in Milford, Pa. Michael J. Mullen/The Scranton Times-Tribune/AP Photo
Eric Frein, charged with the murder of Pennsylvania State Trooper Cpl. Byron Dickson and critically wounding Trooper Alex Douglass, is taken to prison after a preliminary hearing in Pike County Courthouse on Oct. 31, 2014 in Milford, Pa.

He is accused of opening fire on the Blooming Grove police barracks on Sept. 12, killing one trooper and injuring another, before he fled to the woods.

Police have said Frein, a survivalist who often spent time in the woods, had extensively planned his attack. They discovered he searched on his computer for "how to escape a manhunt," "can police track cell phones," and "SWAT raid tactics" before he went missing, police said.

Frein is being held at the Pike County Correctional Facility in Lords Valley, Penn., nearby his home in Canadensis.