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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Crime Scene : Caylee Anthony Remains

This afternoon, hubby and I were driving in Chickasaw area. We just thought of checking out the crime scene where the body of Caylee Anthony was found on December 11, 2008. This is where her body was tossed, wrapped in black trash bags and decomposed for 6 months. At that time, it was a wet area and covered with thick bushes. Now, it's dry and as you can see, some of the area was cleared with bushes and trees.If you drive towards the end of this road, it's a dead end! The place is isolated, quite and there's no car heading this area, unless they have to do business in the school. The crime scene as of today looked like this. There are people visiting this area and put some teddy bears and flowers. I noticed there was so many white chicken feathers scattered in the area, sort of someone did some ritual. That's just a wild guess but, I really don't know. Just sad to imagine how her life ended so brutal. No one will really know how she died! The only person responsible for her death is Casey Anthony, the accused mom!
May you rest in peace Caylee!

1 comment:

  1. Oh my. I felt sad while reading your post. I haven't heard about the little girl's death but just by going through your post, I have to say that the accused mom, have to be punished. Where is the mom now? i hope that she's in jail. That's a cruel thing to do to a daughter. My oh my.

    Have a great day anyway, Amy. Take care :)


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