CLEVELAND — The faces of the women who disappeared inside a Cleveland house filled a projector screen as jurors listened to closing remarks in the trial of a man accusing of killing 11 women and hiding their remains around his property.

Assistant Prosecutor Richard Bombik is walking jurors through the list of women who disappeared as the trial of 51-year-old Anthony Sowell (SOH'-wehl) draws to a close.

Bombik told jurors Wednesday: "This case begins and ends with a certain house on Imperial Avenue." Bombik also showed photos of the blackened corpses found in the home.

Defense attorneys rested their case Tuesday without calling any witnesses. Sowell has pleaded not guilty and faces the death penalty if convicted.

The defense says there's no DNA or other scientific evidence linking Sowell to the killings.