The chaotic horror of Jayme Closs's abduction and her parents' murders can be heard for the first time today in chilling audio of the 911 call made from her mother's cellphone.
The call, obtained by DailyMail.com, was made shortly before 1am on Monday October 15, 2018 from inside the Closs family home in Barron, Wisconsin.
Police arrived just four minutes later to find both James and Denise Closs shot dead in a bloody crime scene from which their teenage daughter had been dragged by killer turned abductor Jake Patterson.
Little can be made out beyond the dispatcher's fervent attempts to make contact with the caller. At one point there is a muffled scream and sounds of movement and shouting before the call abruptly drops.
Patterson was described as 'the embodiment of evil,' on Friday by the judge who sentenced him to life without parole for the brutal double homicide and Jayme's abduction.
He held the terrified teenager hostage for three months in his rural cabin.