From the front it looks like a normal tract home but an aerial view shows the chilling network of tarps and tents which Phillip Garrido used to keep Jaycee Lee Dugard as a hostage for eighteen years. RadarOnline.com brings you closer to the bizarre story with photos of Garrido's compound.
See where Jaycee Lee was kept prisoner
Dugard was kidnapped in 1991 while she was waiting for a school bus and was hidden by the tarps which were not visible from the neighbors house despite being only a few feet away. The sheds had electricity and the secret backyard set-up included an outhouse and shower.
She had two daughters with Garrido and bore her first one at the age of 14. Neither children have ever been to school or seen a doctor despite being 11 and 15 years of age.
Garrido had a history of criminal behavior: he was on federal parole and had a rape and kidnapping conviction stemming from 1971. He and his wife Nancy were arrested shortly after a visit with his parole officer.
Dugard is being reunited with her family.