At 11 years old, Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped on June 10th, 1991 by Phillip Garrido in South Lake Tahoe, California. As Jaycee walked to catch the school bus in the morning, Garrido approached her in a car and shocked Jaycee with a stun gun to incapacitate her.

Jaycee's kidnapping immediately made national news and massive search teams combed the area. Unfortunately, search teams failed in finding Jaycee and she remained in the Garrido's captivity until 2009. During this time period, Phillip Garrido repeatedly raped Jaycee and she gave birth to two children as a result of this sexual trauma. Phillip's wife Nancy was also involved in the forced captivity. The conditions the young girl lived in were also quite horrible. She and her children were forced to live in a hut and tent the Garrido's backyard.

When police found Jaycee, she was 18 years older, and the images of her after captivity are chilling.

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Here is Jaycee before the kidnapping.

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You may recognize this photo. This is the photo of Jaycee that was most widely shown on the news in the early '90s.

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Here are Jaycee's captors, Phillip and Nancy Garrido.

Before the kidnapping, Phillip had an extensive history of drug abuse and sexual deviancy.

The Times | Reuters

Jaycee was taken to Phillip and Nancy Garrido's home, which would be her prison for the next 18 years.

You can see the shed in the backyard that Jaycee and her daughters were kept.

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