RadarOnline.com has obtained exclusive images inside the house of horrors where Jayme Closs was allegedly held captive for 88 days.
The creepy cabin is situated in rural Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin, 70 miles away from where the 13-year-old was abducted.
The teenager was just found alive after she was kidnapped in October, and her parents, James and Denise Closs, were murdered in their own home in Barron.
Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, is in custody on two charges of first-degree intentional homicide in the deaths of Jayme's parents, and one count of kidnapping.
The exclusive images show the where the terrified teen was held captive by her kidnapper before she managed to escape his clutches.
Click through the gallery to see the horrific photos.
The rural lair has an ominous sign above the white front door just like a horror movie reading: "Pattersons Retreat" in carved wood. The main door has bars around it to make the property secure.
The living room has a green carpet and beige furniture including a rocking chair with a small kitchen just behind it. There is an old television and some books on the coffee table with three windows looking out to the snowy grounds.
The back of the living room has some trash scattered around with paintings on the wall and closet space. There is also a sound system to play music.
Inside the garage is a wicker chair and some plastic bags. Detectives have been going through this area searching for more evidence.
The cabin basement is dimly lit and has a chair and sofa with shamrocks hanging beside the window. There are also some strange ornaments on the wood panel wall with a creepy plaque.
On the floor is an open Monopoly game that could have been used by Jayme and her captor during her kidnapping ordeal.
Outside the cabin near the trash are bottles and cans of alcohol scattered all around including beer and vodka.
Also in the trash is a large empty container of lasagna plus three empty milk cartons that were consumed during Jayme's time inside the cabin.
There were seven abandoned cars at the cabin, and one contained old newspapers and junk mail plus a glove and a wheel rim.
There was also an old birthday card with the words: "Happy Birthday Son, I Love You, Mom."
There was also a family photo found inside the cabin.
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