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EXCLUSIVE: New Photos From Backyard Prison Where Jaycee Dugard Was Held For 18 Years

Sep. 10 2009, Published 4:14 a.m. ET

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A jigsaw puzzle...the Wheel of Fortune board game...a Bart Simpson book.

Click here to see the new photos of where Jaycee was held.

They seem like ordinary items you might find in a house with children but these items are far from ordinary when seen in the context of the backyard prison where accused kidnapper Phillip Garrido held Jaycee Dugard for 18 horrifying years. has obtained exclusive new photos of the Garrido backyard crime scene and the photos reveal how after abducting Jaycee and fathering her two children, the twisted kidnapper apparently attempted to create a home-like atmosphere for his captives.

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Keeping Jaycee and the kids in a shed and tents in his backyard, Garrido allowed them to have games, puzzles and books as these new photos show.

Watch Garrido's neighbor describe her encounter with Jaycee's daughter and how she saw Garrido's mother driving the kidnap car.

Police continue to sift through the scene and more items are now visible from the daily life lived by Jaycee and her children Starlet, 11 and Angel, 15. A sofa, clothing and even an item that resembles a jewelry box can now be seen in these new photos.

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Click here to watch an exclusive video interview with Garrido's ex pal who describes the kidnapper's cocaine habit.

Garrido and his wife Nancy are currently being held on multiple felony charges.



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