Saturday, November 8, 2008 – updated: 9:36 am EST November 8, 2008
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- People began gathering in the cool, predawn hours to take part in what organizers hoped would be a massive search for little Caylee Anthony's body.
Officials of the Texas-based search group EquuSearch estimated earlier in the week they would draw as many as 5,000 volunteers to comb through woods and swampland to look for skeletal remains of the child.
The command post is near the corner of Judge Road and Shadowridge Drive (see map), almost directly north of Orlando International Airport. The search is set to begin at 8:00am Saturday and they are expecting as many as 5,000 people. If you want to be one of them, you can show up Saturday morning at the command post.
AUDIO RELEASED OF GEORGE ANTHONY INTERVIEW
Late Friday afternoon, Eyewitness News obtained new audio tapes of interviews with George Anthony. They indicate he feared the worst when Caylee disappeared.
"My, my heart is killing me right now to say it's going into my granddaughter is not, no longer alive," he said (listen to full interview).
WHAT DID EQUU-SEARCH FIND?