Inside filthy cellar & cell & # 39; where Jayme Closs spent 88 days as a prisoner of a 21-year-old single
In the dirty cellar & # 39; cell & # 39; studded with hugs and dirty bedding where Jayme Closs spent 88 days as the prisoner of a 21-year-old loner in a cabin in the forests of Wisconsin
- There are photo's of the cellar cell where Jayme Closs (13) was imprisoned for 88 days
- Den seems to be strewn with soft toys, dirty bedding and women's clothing
- It is located in the basement of Jake Thomas Patterson's forest cabin in Gordon, Wisconsin
- Patterson would have killed Jayme's parents and then abducted her
- The 21-year-old Patterson lived in the secluded house in the forest until he was arrested by the authorities on Friday
Ben Ashford In Gordon, Wisconsin For Dailymail.com
Strewn with soft toys, filthy bedding and women's clothing – this is the filthy cellar & # 39; cell & # 39; where agents believe the kidnapped Jayme Closs could have been held for 88 days.
The secret den, complete with a filthy mattress and cuddly stuffed pig, is located beneath the kidnapped Jake Thomas Patterson's dilapidated forest cabin in rural Gordon, Wisconsin.
A stack of children's backpacks, including one with Mickey Mouse ears, is stacked up at an angle of 8ft by 8ft room in images exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com.
The picture above shows the filthy basement, where authorities believe the 13-year-old Jayme Closs was imprisoned by her alleged abductor, Jake Thomas Patterson, 21
The study was filled with soft toys, a dirty mattress, women's clothing and make-up for women
The picture above shows hugs and other accessories on the mattress in the study. The house is located in rural Gordon, Wisconsin
Police sources say researchers are targeting the creepy cave because they're trying to determine the exact spot where 13-year-old Jayme was imprisoned after Patterson reportedly slaughtered her parents and snatched her away.
They are also expected to have examined an adjoining cellar compartment, a former wine cellar, which was the only room in the house whose curtains had been erected when officers arrived Thursday to investigate the dilapidated property after Jayme's remarkable escape.
The picture above shows the cabin in rural Wisconsin where Jake Patterson reportedly held the 13-year-old Jayme Closs prisoner for almost 13 months.
The window with the blue tape leads to the basement cell where authorities fear Jayme was held prisoner
The authorities are trying to determine the exact spot where Jayme was imprisoned
This part of the house appeared to be well equipped. It has an oven, a TV, a sofa and lamps
On the wall to the left a number of coats hang from hangers. The room on the right seems to have a washing machine
Patterson, 21, lived in the secluded house in the forest until his arrest on charges of kidnapping and deliberate manslaughter. The image on the right is an undated file photo of Jayme Closs
Patterson, 21, lived in the secluded house in the forest until his arrest on charges of kidnapping and deliberate manslaughter.