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August 28, 2009
Where Dugard lived for 18 years
Kidnapping victim Jaycee Lee Dugard was forced to live in a series of tents, tarps and wooden structures behind the home of her alleged attacker, Phillip Garrido, in Antioch, Calif. Dugard, who was abducted in 1991 when she was 11-years old, was freed this week when authorities became suspicious of Garrido. Here are some photos of the area when Dugard was forced to live for 18 years. (8 images)

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Tarps, tents and a wooden structure are seen in the backyard of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch, Calif. Jaycee Lee Dugard was allegedly kidnapped by Phillip Garrido nearly two decades ago and was forced to live in the tents and sheds behind Garrido's home with two of her children that were fathered by Garrido. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan


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The backyard of the home of Phillip and Nancy Garrido in Antioch, Calif., is where authorities say Jaycee Lee Dugard lived in these tents and structures after she was kidnapped 18 years ago and also gave birth to two children there. Contra Costa Times / Jose Carlos Fajardo



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Children's toys sit amongst a debris pile in the backyard of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch, Calif. Jaycee Lee Dugard was allegedly kidnapped by Phillip Garrido nearly two decades ago and was forced to live in tents and sheds behind Garrido's home with two of her children that were fathered by Garrido. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan



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A Tarps, tents and abandoned vehicles are seen in the backyard of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan



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Tarps, tents and a wooden structure are seen in the backyard of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan



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A walkway leads to the front door of the home of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan



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A fence surrounds the front yard of the home of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan



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Television trucks sit in front of the home of alleged kidnapper Phillip Garrido Aug. 28 in Antioch. Getty Images / Justin Sullivan



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