Texas EquuSearch Continues the Search for Missing Caylee Anthony (Exclusive Pics)


As Tim Miller and Texas Equusearch received much needed resources from the Orlando Sheriff’s Department … the  search continues for missing Caylee Anthony. These searches were conducted in an area where there was cell phone activity.

















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    29 Responses to “Texas EquuSearch Continues the Search for Missing Caylee Anthony (Exclusive Pics)”

    1. ayfit on September 4th, 2008 12:36 pm

      Let me be the first to post. Give Casey LIFE x 10. Give her parents life x 9 1/2. Death would be too good for the mom.

    2. FeelinSoBad on September 4th, 2008 1:07 pm

      This is such a sad sad story. I can’t help but feel that Cindy knows more than what she is saying.
      #1. Cindy washes Casey’s pants from the trunk

      #2. Casey tells her mom during the jail tape “Come on, you don’t know my involvement in this?”

      #3. Chloroform (sp?) – Cindy is a nurse and would know about this chemical and possibly have access to it.

      I am not saying that Cindy was involved in the disappearance of Caylee…but maybe she does know more than she is saying. And if so, would she not want to hide the fact for not coming forward with what she does know?

      And Cindy seems to be in the news alot believing that Caylee is alive. Mr. Anthony has moved back. Is it because he now believes that his grandaughter is deceased? Being in law inforcement maybe he has come to realize that his little precious Caylee is no longer alive. He would know that the evidence outweighs the possibity that Caylee is alive.

    3. resolution on September 4th, 2008 1:23 pm

      I think George is the one that stated to Cindy that Casey’s car smelled like a decomposing body since he is the one that had Casey open her trunk when investigating the missing gas cans. This is when Cindy told the 911 operator. I do not think she was the one that actually smelled it. Cindy appears to be the voice in all this, more so than George. Regardless, they are both in denial and obstruction.

      Have the Anthony’s even commented about their daughter “partying” at a night club while Caylee was missing? That would be interesting……

    4. resolution on September 4th, 2008 1:28 pm

      How about a lie detector test for Casey…or the whole fam damily for that matter. Maybe because it would blow up from so many lies.

    5. brie. on September 4th, 2008 1:43 pm

      #2….guess I missed something along the way, I didn’t know George had moved out…

      I think Cindy knows that Caylee is dead and it seems like she is trying to drive the searchers away from what they are doing…she doesn’t want Caylee’s body found before Casey goes to trial…telling people to look for a live Caylee in Texas, Puerto Rico, etc.

      The way she spoke about Tim and TES is absolutely dreadful…she said she never heard of TES and then she said I thought they only looked for dead bodies….lies just like Casey..

      Well Tim was ready to call off the search until the sheriff and others asked him to stay…they are aiding him in anyway they can…

      Maybe Cindy cleaned the car with chloroform, she was tampering with evidence by washing Casey’s slacks and the kitchen knife…who knows what else was in that car…would you put a pair slacks in your washer that smelled like a dead body…

    6. luuvmykidz on September 4th, 2008 2:28 pm

      Where does it say that George moved out? Was this in last couple of days?

    7. brie. on September 4th, 2008 2:47 pm

      #6….read #2…it says Mr. Anthony moved back…

    8. A New Girl on September 4th, 2008 3:13 pm

      Where is Caylee?

      The answers lie within that dellusional family.

      Where is Caylee???

      Why do the perps in this whole investigation think for one moment they have anyone fooled???

      The noose is getting tighter…..And, solitary confinement, complete isolation or NOT— the hardest of Con’s in the clink DESPISE child killers! They will get to her. And, as sick as it sounds (and just like the day the nation heard Jeffrey Dahmer was found murdered in his cell) there are a number of us who will take some satisfaction in that.

      Where is Caylee Anthony?? Tim Miller/TES still out looking, even after the horrible accusatory inaccurate venom Cindy Anthony has had the unmitigated gall to spew his way. No wonder there are not the usual number of volunteers showing up! She’s too ungrateful and so far in denial and caught up in all her lies- it is turning otherwise caring people away.

      *****JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE *****

      PS- George Anthony had moved out of the house directly before this incident and Caylee taking off. They had been negotiating for a divorce for awhile, and he had been seeing other women. He moved back in right around the time his looney bin wife called 911 and the car was missing. He was also aware of all of Casey’s lying and stealing money from various family members in the interim—he ran away to avoid having to deal with it all.

    9. friend not foe on September 4th, 2008 3:34 pm

      someone just posted the $500,000 bond

    10. BUN on September 4th, 2008 3:53 pm

      #9…another bond posted?????WTF!!!!This girl needs to sit in jail where she is away from her drugs and enablers. And, where is Lee, haven’t seen him in a long time, he has dropped off the face of the earth.

    11. maryd on September 4th, 2008 5:18 pm

      Some anonymous person is posting bail. Hmmm, didn’t Padilla say he would post bond again if Casey would say where she hid the body? Any chance she told him and he is now posting on the lay low. Either that or someone put up the money so there would be no chance Casey would cave in to Padilla’s offer. Maybe Baez??? After all besides him who wants to win this one more, well…the Anthony’s of course. This case is becoming all about money and who can capitalize on it. Sometimes I wonder if it wasn’t all fabricated.

    12. Dan on September 4th, 2008 5:42 pm

      The bailbondsman is located in kissimee, its on chanel 9 in orlando. Wftv i think is the station. Cindy just sent a slam to padilla and Tim from equasearch. She is a total lunitic if I were Tim I would just leave, but then again, maybe they are about to find caylee and everyone is getting scared.

    13. Patti on September 4th, 2008 6:14 pm

      Maybe this is why he was so concerned about gas cans missing:

      Inhalants are chemical vapors that, when inhaled, cut off the brain’s supply of oxygen, producing psychoactive (mind-altering) effects. These effects can vary greatly; some have depressant effects while others can be stimulants. Inhalants fall into the following four categories:1
      Volatile Solvents are liquids that vaporize when exposed to air at room
      temperature. They are found in numerous household cleaning products and industrial items.
      Aerosols are sprays that contain solvents and propellants. They include spray-paint and various other types of sprays.
      Gases include those used in household and commercial products as well as medical anesthetics. Medical anesthetic gases include ether, chloroform, and nitrous oxide (“laughing gas” or “whippets”), the most abused of these gases.
      Nitrites do not act directly on the central nervous system like most other inhalants; they primarily act to dilate blood vessels and relax the muscles. The two most commonly abused nitrites are amyl and butyl nitrite. “Poppers” or “snappers” are slang terms for small bottles of nitrites.
      Many of these chemicals are found in common household products. As a result, peak use occurs around the 8th grade. In fact, NIDA’s Monitoring the Future survey shows that about 20 percent of 8th graders have abused inhalants at some point.2 Many young people use inhalants in search of a quick and easy intoxication, but remain unaware of the serious health consequences that can result. For example, Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome (SSDS) can occur after the individual’s first use. SSDS is caused by a sudden, unexpected disturbance in the heart’s rhythm.3
      Methods of Use
      Inhalants may be sniffed directly from an open container or “huffed” from a rag soaked in the substance and held to the face. In addition, the open container or soaked rag can be placed in a bag where the vapors become concentrated before being inhaled. Aerosols are sometimes inhaled from a spray bottle, using a rag as a filter. Users commonly inhale nitrous oxide by breathing from nitrous-filled balloons.4
      Physical Effects
      The effects of inhalant abuse resemble those of alcohol intoxication. When these chemical vapors are inhaled, the body becomes starved of oxygen, forcing the heart to beat more rapidly in order to increase blood flow to the brain. The high begins after a few seconds and can include dizziness, distortion in perceptions of time and space, and
      stimulant effects. This high lasts just a few minutes; however, users will often repeatedly use in order to sustain the high. After the initial effects of inhalant use begin to wear off, the senses become depressed and a sense of lethargy may arise as the user’s body attempts to restore proper blood flow to the brain. Many users experience headache, nausea or vomiting, slurred speech, loss of motor coordination, and wheezing. The following parts of the body can be affected by inhalant abuse:
      Acoustic nerve and muscle – Damage to the cells that relay sound to the brain may cause deafness.
      Blood – Inhalants can drastically reduce the amount of oxygen able to be carried in the blood.
      Bone marrow – Vapors containing benzene have been shown to cause leukemia.
      Brain – Damage can occur in the cerebral cortex and cerebellum, resulting in personality changes, memory impairment, hallucinations, loss of coordination, and slurred speech.
      Heart – Sudden sniffing death syndrome (SSDS) is an unexpected disturbance in the heart’s rhythm, and can cause heart failure.
      Kidneys – The kidneys lose their ability to control the amount of acid in the blood. Also, kidney stones may develop.
      Liver – Accumulation of fatty tissue may cause liver damage.
      Lungs – Repeated use can damage lungs and impair breathing.
      Muscle – Inhalant abuse can lead to muscle deterioration and reduced muscle tone and strength.
      Peripheral nervous system – Damage to the nerves can cause tingling, numbness, or paralysis. 5
      Skin – A severe rash, known as “glue-sniffer’s rash,” may develop around the nose and mouth.6
      Psychological Effects
      Users usually experience a “head rush” when using inhalants. This is a short-lived high that involves a distortion of reality (visual and auditory) and a loss of inhibition. During the peak of this high, users are often compelled to sit in a stupor and giggle – this explains why nitrous oxide is commonly referred to as “laughing gas.” Both short-term and long-term inhalant use has been shown to cause brain damage, hindering transmission of information.
      Signs of Use and Abuse
      Indicators of inhalant abuse may include:
      • Paint or stains on the body or clothing
      • Hidden rags, cloths, or empty containers
      • Spots or sores around the mouth or nose
      • Red or runny eyes and nose
      • A chemical odor on the breath
      • A dazed or dizzy appearance
      • Nausea or loss of appetite
      • Slurred speech
      • General apathy7
      • Problems in school (failing grades, learning problems, absences)
      • Memory loss
      • Excitability or irritability8
      Sustained inhalant use can cause tolerance; in addition, withdrawal symptoms develop after use is stopped. These symptoms can include sweating, rapid pulse, hand tremors, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, physical agitation, anxiety, hallucinations, and seizures.
      Some paraphernalia that can indicate abuse of inhalants include nitrous canisters, canister “crackers,” large balloons, small bottles or vials containing liquid, empty bottles, whipped cream containers, rags, or suspicious collections of household products.
      • Slang Terms for Inhalants:
      Nitrous Oxide – Laughing Gas, Whippets, Hippie Crack, Buzz Bomb
      Amyl Nitrate – Poppers, Boppers, Ames, Amies, Amys, Pearls
      Isobutyl Nitrate – Poppers, Quicksilver, Rush, Snappers, Thrust, Locker Room, Aroma of Men, Bullet, Bolt, Climax, Hardware
      • Use and Users:
      Using inhalants – Bagging, Glading, Huffing, Snorting
      Inhalant User – Airhead, Bagger, Huffer
      Cracker – Tool used to open a canister of nitrous oxide


      If he suspected that Casey was a huffer, he would have thrown a fit about missing gas cans.

    14. Patti on September 4th, 2008 6:29 pm

      Missing gas cans from the shed?

      Most huffers live in the shed!


      But why, oh why, would ANYONE allow Casey to take a child ANYWHERE with her? Drug addicts are totally unpredictable.


    15. Patti on September 4th, 2008 6:33 pm

      They need to search around that apartment building where the babysitter was said to have lived.

      … praying for Caylee!


    16. Bonnie on September 4th, 2008 7:15 pm

      LE checked the at&t records but what if…Casey did get a new phone…say at walmart…one of those pay as you go phones. If she kept the same phone number as her at&t who would know? I would think you could contact those companies and see if they show that number. Also what about a credit report. Everything you do is on those things. Might help with the timeline. I see LE checked the wage and hour. I wonder if they checked her myspace account. I think she was using that account from other computers. Could an IT company track the addresses on the phony emails from the info on them. I think she is in for a long haul when she gets out. DUCK…..

    17. maryd on September 4th, 2008 8:05 pm

      This case makes me feel like I’ve been sniffing inhalents sometimes. It is so mind boggling. I’ve been reading the 400 page documents again and there seems to be some descrepancies of when the car was picked up and who picked it up. My interpretation anyway. And how convienient that there was a paper in the car with Amy’s phone number on it. Otherwise how would Cindy ever have located Casey. She didn’t even know where Tony lived. Sooo many questions. God I hope they find this child, she deserves better than all this.

    18. maryd on September 4th, 2008 8:56 pm

      Looks like Casey is coming home again.

      LOCK the SHED, HIDE the CLEANING PRODUCTS and COVER the MUFFLERS!!!! Put all credit cards and cash in the safe!!! Leave no backpacks or shovels around and keep one eye open when sleeping!!!

    19. maryd on September 4th, 2008 9:46 pm

      Wondering where LE got the DNA to test for Caylee in the trunk. What if the Anthony’s who were supposedly so cooperative in the beginning put Caseys hair in Caylee’s hair brush or had Casey use Caylee’s toothbrush to mess up the results. They have a way of making themselves look innocent within the process of destroying evidence. Like giving the already washed pants from inside the car up to the investigators. Or going through the back yard themselves before anyone arrived. I think George’s experience with the law is keeping them one up on this investigation. Meanwhile they are collecting monies from their fund and probably using it for their’s and Casey’s defense. To me they are not in DENIAL mode they are in REASONABLE DOUBT mode!!!!

    20. mrskub on September 5th, 2008 5:24 am

      Cindy Anthony has bailed Casey out! I have no doubt about it!

      Cindy “hired” Najame as a Media Attorney, not a defense attorney. Cindy does an “Exclusive” interview with 20/20, complete with home video and never before seen pictures. While ABC does not pay for interviews, they do pay for photo rights. In a high profile case like this, $50,000 or more is nothing to get the scoop. All of a sudden, the bond is posted by an anonymous person who believes Casey’s civil rights have been violated. Cindy makes a point of letting the media know that she knew nothing about Casey’s bond being posted. Cindy likes to make everyone think she is in control and knows everything so this statement is a complete contradiction to her previous behavior.

      Cindy bailed that POS out of jail!

    21. whytegirl on September 5th, 2008 7:31 am

      The last picture creeps the heck out of me…it’s like revisiting the Natalee Holloway case all over again.

    22. Lotusjani on September 5th, 2008 8:27 am

      Indeed these people know more and that Cindy b…is trying to misguide everybody, but she can not. George is as bad as she is, Lee is keeping a low profile these days and he is right to do so. I can not understand why an anonymous bailer got this woman bailed out instead (if he/she)is so rich, provide funds for the searches, including the Sheriff’s office. This killer knows where the baby is, there is no such thing as Texas and Puerto Rico sightings, why doesn’t the police charge this nut with alleged murder once and for all instead of letting her go home and navigate in the Internet all day, being her self nasty?
      How can even those parents stand the sight of her?
      Go figure!

    23. Gail on September 5th, 2008 10:02 am

      I thought I was obsessed with this case… but am not recalling where I’ve seen confirmed the drug use (huffing etc) by Casey? Barring this, if there had been just some incidental mixture of bleach with alcohol eg it would not explain searches on Casey’s computer specifically for chloroform. Her friend commented that at parties Casey dragged Caylee to, “the kid would sleep through anything.” Until someone can show me ysomething reliable indicating Casey needed such a chemical to manufacture methamphetamine eg, this makes me wonder whether she may have been using this to conveniently sedate or induce Caylee to sleep–and may have done so one time too many. Sickening. Makes me physically ill to think of taking such a risk with your child. (It’s sadly common for people to use Benadryl and other analgesics to force children to sleep–at daycares, on airplanes etc–so I even looked up ingredients of common cough, cold, and allergy meds to see if any contained something similiar but again it wouldn’t explain computer searches.) The only other possible uses I can find is if it was used as a soil fumigant where Caylee was buried (not likely); or as a cleaning solvent by either Casey, or her parents, in an attempt to destroy dna and/or odor. This entire family needs serious help. If the Anthony’s ever REALLY wanted to help their daughter they would have sought professional psychotherapy for her ages ago.

    24. stoney on September 5th, 2008 10:40 am

      TO MARYD:

      Do you have acopy of the 400 page documents they were taken away and I never got to see them. Can you send them to me?

    25. BUN on September 5th, 2008 2:47 pm

      MARYD…I’m with you..lock everything up if this criminal is coming home again. Why would she want to email with a 12 year old? Is that her age emotionally, I wonder. There better be good guards around the house or the people of Florida will drag Casey out of the house and stone her…That crowd looked ready to do just that the last time before she went to jail.

    26. misskatie on September 5th, 2008 9:46 pm

      I cant blame the husband for cheating on her.. even though I am against cheating.. one thing for certain he has a mentaly sick wife and daughter…
      the lil girl is oviously dead… and grama is not helping her daughter out… by enabling her to lie.. no wonder shes a liar… like mother like daughter.. THE APPLE DOESNT FALL TO FAR FROM THE TREE………..
      it makes me so sick that the police cant get casey for murder…. and the grama for being an acessory…………this was a beautiful innocent child… theres no way I would condone one of my two daughters killing their children and enabling them to lie….this casey is an unfir mother and will make no changes for the better in her life… she is sick in the head.. …god bless lil caylee wherever you lay.. god be with you …you are now one of gods angels…………

    27. misskatie on September 5th, 2008 9:49 pm

      you said

      This entire family needs serious help. If the Anthony’s ever REALLY wanted to help their daughter they would have sought professional psychotherapy for her ages ago.

      AND IM WITH YOU 100%

    28. gail on September 7th, 2008 10:51 am

      I’m now convinced presence of chloroform in her trunk means it was used as a cleaning solvent–and likely by Casey as a) she is the only one who would have had time to purchase/order online prior to the whole investigation blowing up; b) her mother Cindy seems unaware as she pointedly refers–in her second contrived cover-up story–to the smell being that of an old pizza “…and some cleaning fluid” which it’s hard to believe she would mention were she involved with trying to destroy this particular evidence; and c) the computer searches reportedly done on Casey’s so not likely George either. The only hole in this theory is if the chloroform was already in the household–and searches were only to gain info regarding it’s use and there was no purchasing. Obviously these investigators know far more re these details and this timeline–including what was purchased online, at Target, etc etc. Oh to be a fly on the wall at OCSO! Praying as always for Caylee to be found GOD BLESS THE SEARCHERS!

    29. Dee on October 9th, 2008 8:26 pm

      Following is information I’ve sent to
      Gale St. John on Aug.7th, and to
      Equusearch on Sept. 8th…I’m posting it so anyone in the area may be able to search this location, or be able to pass it on to someone who can. I know they have been searching the Moss Park area, but my feeling is SO strong about this lake…
      Greetings Gale! I’ve been at my wits end trying to contact the tip line and can’t get through…Plus I think this information could best be deciphered by you and your team.
      I’m an empath just so you know where my feelings and impressions are coming from.
      TO THE POINT…Caylee has passed, I feel Fredrica Lake NE of Orlando International should be searched if it hasn’t already. I feel they’ll find a head injury at autopsy, a marshy or rather “mushy” area, a heavily wooded area, a water/sewer or some type of treatment plant is nearby, maybe this place was her first thought of how to enter the woods, and LARGE powerlines…the powerlines are what made me dig deeper into what I was picking up, when I saw the powerlines on tv it really hit home but I wasn’t sure if Lake Fredrica was where they were…so I got on google earth and started feeling my way from the airport and kept coming back to this location…I feel the area by the powerlines is now connected to where she went into the woods…I don’t know if the dogs would pick up the scent if she was carrying her? I hope you’ll look into these things, I wish I could go there but can’t, I’m in NC. I trust you will. You and your team are doing a wonderful thing for this family and little girl’s soul. If you’d like I can give you the coordinates off of google to the location I feel is SO important, if you think it would help.
      My cell # is 828-450-8xxx feel free to call if I can help in anyway. I don’t follow missing persons, but I saw a coverage Nancy Grace has been doing and had impressions immediately…If this location is wrong, these clues I’m confindent are still pertinent to finding Caylee’s body.
      Thank you again. Good Luck, Dee Bxxxxxxxx

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