Photos of the Wisconsin cabin where kidnapped teen Jayme Closs was held for three months after her parents were murdered show it was a ramshackle hiding place littered with empty malt beverage containers, junk food, and a copy of the “U.S. Armed Forces Survival Guide,” the New York Post reports. The property on the outskirts of a small town called Gordon used to be owned by the family of suspect Jake Patterson, 21. A sign above the front door reads: “Patterson’s retreat.” He allegedly kept Jayme locked up there until she escaped last week and was rescued by a woman walking her dog. Patterson is expected to appear in court on Monday.