Torture Chamber: See Tiny Basement Where Jayme Closs Was Allegedly Held Captive

This is the tiny basement bedroom where Jayme Closs was held captive for 88 days.

The teenager was allegedly held hostage by Jake Thomas Patterson in this remote cabin situated in rural Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin, and 70 miles from where Jayme was abducted.

The tiny room has boxes and trash strewn all around it while the walls are painted white.

There is also a small closet at the rear of the room with more trash and boxes inside.

On the small bed is a duvet, some soft toys, a notebook and what looks like a carrier bag.

RadarOnline.com posted exclusive images from inside the cabin which belongs to Patterson’s family.

And there is even an image of a footprint that might have belonged to Closs directly outside the cabin

The teenager was found alive after she was kidnapped in October, and her parents, James Closs and Denise Closs, were murdered in their own home in Barron, Wisconsin.

Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, is in custody on two charges of first- degree intentional homicide in the deaths of Jayme’s parents and one count of kidnapping.

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