This is the tiny basement bedroom where Jayme Closs was likely held captive for 88 days. RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive images from inside the creepy Wisconsin cabin's quarters, which belongs to alleged kidnapper Jake Thomas Patterson's family. The teenager was allegedly held hostage by the 21-year-old in this remote home situated in rural Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin, and 70 miles from where she was abducted. In Radar's exclusive photos, boxes and trash are strewn all around the small room — and there is even an image of a footprint that might have belonged to Jayme directly outside.
As Radar previously reported, the teenager was found alive after she was kidnapped in October, and her parents, James Closs and Denise Closs, were murdered in their own home in Barron, Wisconsin. Patterson is in custody on two charges of first degree intentional homicide in the deaths of Jayme's parents, and one count of kidnapping.
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The crammed bedroom where Jayme was likely held hostage has an unmade bed surrounded by boxes of trash.
There is also a pink Minnie Mouse backpack believed to be owned by Jayme.
Chillingly there are also teddy bears and some girl's perfume inside the bedroom where she was held captive for 88 days.
The cabin is set in a very rural area but had large open windows looking out on to the countryside. Outside there is an image of a footprint that could have belonged to the kidnapped teenager.
Trash was scattered around the home as well.
There were a total of seven cars scattered around the remote cabin property where Jayme was allegedly held.
Bottles of booze and a Monopoly game were also spotted at the cabin that she miraculously managed to escape.
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