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LONG LOST PHOTO: Phillip & Nancy Garrido 3 Years Before Kidnapping Jaycee

Sep. 3 2009, Published 4:40 a.m. ET

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A chilling new photo has surfaced of accused monster Phillip Garrido posing with his wife Nancy back in 1988, and can show it to you.

The picture was taken only three years before Garrido allegedly kidnapped a then 11-year-old Jaycee Dugard and kept her imprisoned for 18-years as his personal sex slave.

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Dugard, a blond-haired, blue-eyed 11-year-old, was walking from her South Lake Tahoe home to the school bus stop on the morning of June 10, 1991 when a man and woman in a car pulled up to her. The woman, believed to be his wife Nancy, now 55, pulled her inside the vehicle and the man drove away.

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The Garridos were arrested August 26 for allegedly kidnapping Dugard, now 29, and holding her captive in a complex of makeshift sheds and tents in their backyard just outside of Antioch, California for the past 18 years. While living in the backyard, Dugard gave birth to two daughters fathered by Garrido, 58.

Jaycee and her girls are now back with her family.

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The Garridos have been charged with 29 felonies, including kidnapping, forcible rape and false imprisonment. They pleaded not guilty to the charges last Friday in El Dorado County Superior Court in Placerville, California.



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