Jayme Closs’ Heart-Wrenching 911 Call Uncovered Days After Dramatic Rescue

"She said, 'He killed my parents. I want to go home. Help me.'"

Just a few days after Jayme Closs’ dramatic rescue, her hysterical 911 call has been revealed. The bone-chilling audio tape was released by Radar Online on Monday, January 14, and so intensely details the first moments following her harrowing escape.

Police were stunned when a call came through from a woman named Kristin Kasinskas on Thursday, January 10, after the teen had been missing for three months. On the phone, she surprisingly revealed, “Hi, I have a young lady at my house right now and she says her name is Jayme Closs,” to the operator.

The operator asked, “Have you seen her photo, ma’am?” to which she replied, “Yes, it is her. I 100 percent think it is her.” The unsure operator then questioned if it appeared she was going to run. “No. She’s sitting down, she’s relaxing,” Kasinskas shared.

Jayme was abducted from her Wisconsin home on October 15 by 21-year-old James Patterson, who admitted to brutally murdering her parents just moments before the kidnapping. After almost 100 days, Closs escaped the cabin in the woods where Patterson was hiding her and spotted a woman named Jeanne Nutter walking her dog on a nearby street. Nutter brought her to the Kasinskas home. “She said ‘I am Jayme Closs?'” the Kasinskas explained to the operator while adding, “She said, ‘He killed my parents. I want to go home. Help me.’”

When asked if Jayme looks “like she’s going to need medical attention at all,” Nutter responded, “I would think yes. I was a social worker for 30 years, so yes.” However, the brave 13-year-old wasn’t scared. “I was just asking if she is afraid and she said, ‘No.’”

Jamie is now home safe, unfortunately without her parents. Patterson, in the meantime, has been charged with abduction and murder.