Thursday, June 23, 2011

Caylee Anthony Crime Scene

Today I visited the site where the body of Caylee Anthony was found off of Suburban drive. As you drive down Curry Ford Road coming from Orlando you make a right turn on Chickasaw Road continue on for about 2 miles and you will see Suburban drive.Make a left then, you are heading to the crime scene area. If you drive down further, it's a dead-end Road but, if you look to your right you will see a small path where people have been going to the site. It's totally a dry now but, when Caylee Anthony was found in December 1, 2008, this area is wet.About 25 feet into the woods you will see a small teddy bear and a rose which someone had placed these things there.There was one thing that caught my eyes though. There were many chicken feathers colored white which were scattered around the area. It's almost like someone had killed a chicken there. Maybe someone had some kind of ceremony, I do not know. See the white colored spot on the picture above, those are feathers.
Here are some of the pictures of the trees surrounding the area. You can see that it's really old and with thick bushes around at that time, it's hard to really see the decomposed body of the little girl.
This is the area where the body was found. As I stood here in the woods, it was very quiet and extremely hot. There was no garbage thrown around like in the crime scene photos.I do know that I felt very sad here, this is not the place you would want a sweet little girl like Caylee to be laid to rest.

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