Jeanine and Walter Goodnough of Sarasota, Florida, frequently visit the plot of land where Casey Anthony’s toddler’s bones were buried in a garbage bag. On Sunday, July 29, the couple returned to the area for the first time in months to find it a mess.
“It’s just an overgrown swamp,” Walter Goodnough told RadarOnline.com. “There’s about three or four inches of water near where Caylee’s body was found.”
The eerie video featured above shows two balloons – one of a smiley face and another of a blue star – swaying over the area where the two-year-old’s lifeless limbs were discovered in 2008.
“It’s a piece of crap,” Walter continued about the grave site.
The couple was especially frustrated to see the unkempt land after RadarOnline.com reported its realtors are advertising the property as a $40,000 “wooded paradise.”
“It would probably take about $10,000 just to clean that place up! The plants are three feet high and there’s knocked down trees, beer cans on the ground and trash thrown around,” the eyewitness continued.
The Goodnoughs have repeatedly visited the swamp in the past to leave crosses in Caylee’s honor. Each one, however, has mysteriously disappeared over the years. The Goodnoughs have since blamed Caylee’s grandparents, Cindy and George Anthony, for removing them.
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