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  • Jaycee Lee Dugard Photos

    An aerial Google Earth image of the home of accused kidnappers Phillip and Nancy Garrido shows what police have described as a labyrinth of sheds and tents where Jaycee Lee Dugard -- and later her two daughters -- were kept prisoners for 18 years.
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  • Jaycee Lee Dugard Photos

    Authorities have said the accommodations for Jaycee were crude, with electricity supplied by an extension cord; one shed was soundproofed and could only be opened from the outside.
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  • Jaycee Lee Dugard Photos

    Though the Garridos' home was surrounded by neighbors, most had no inkling the backyard lair existed, screened by fences and tents. One former neighbor told the San Francisco Chronicle that she called police after seeing what she said looked like a living compound, but the yard was never searched.
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