The search for Caylee made front-page headlines when news broke of two-year-old Caylee Anthony's disappearance from her home in Orlando Florida in mid-July 2008.
Caylee’s own mother, Casey Anthony stepped into the national spotlight after the suspicious disappearance of her daughter. As her story unfolded the strange story started to come out, this included a dysfunctional family life, an array of deceptions and criminal conduct.
As the investigation continued and suspicions mounted, Casey became the prime suspect. In October 2008, based on new evidence against Casey—her erratic behavior and lies, her car that showed signs of human decomposition—a grand jury indicted the young single mother. Then, two months later, police found Caylee's remains a quarter of a mile away from her home.
Society believed that Casey was guilty, but the jury, however, felt differently due to evidence considered by them to be circumstantial. Casey was acquitted of the murder charge, but she found herself loathed by the general public.
Did she or didn't she kill Caylee? This is the story of one of the most shocking, confusing, and horrific crimes in modern American history.