Casey Anthony Palm City Church

January 27, 2012 by staff 

Casey Anthony Palm City Church, Florida-Where is 25-year-old Casey Anthony? Since her notorious acquittal last July in the murder of her 2½-year-old daughter, Caylee, and her subsequent release from jail in Orlando, reporters and Internet sleuths have been on her trail in a largely fruitless search.

Recently-and mysteriously-released video diaries Anthony made only ensure that the so-called Tot Mom remains in the headlines, if out of public sight.

In the search for where those videos were made and where Anthony has been spending her time, several sources directed The Daily Beast to an address here in this tucked-away community along Florida’s central Treasure Coast, a two-hour drive southeast of Orlando. It’s a place touted for its good schools and low crime rate, and it’s described as peaceful community. It’s also just a few miles from Port St. Lucie, where Jerry Lyons, the defense team’s private detective, lives.

The information about Anthony’s whereabouts supplied by my sources included a specific address that turned out to be the Cross Church of Palm City and indicated its pastor, Steve Camp, had not only given Casey Anthony sanctuary in this out-of-the-way location but had also been quietly acting as her spiritual adviser.

Each entrance to the church complex, which is located in a middle-class residential neighborhood, was strung with chains with conspicuous “No Trespassing” signs attached. The signs were taken down for Sunday services last weekend and promptly put back afterward.

During face-to-face conversations with the Camps and multiple telephone calls with the pastor, there were never any denials when asked if they had ministered to Casey Anthony. But nor did the Camps confirm the information, either. Calls to Lyons, who also attends services at Cross Church, went unanswered as well.

During my Sunday visit, as I waited in the library after services to try to speak to Camp, one church member entered to tell me, “The Pastor says he’ll call you later. Goodbye.” Since Camp has recently received pointed media inquiries about Anthony-from at least two national news organizations and from Orlando TV station WESH-it’s highly likely that if she was here, those helping have now assisted her in moving on to other living arrangements.

If Anthony is (or was) here, what has she been doing with her life? Now that her lead defense attorney, Jose Baez, has been unable to secure a lucrative media deal for her story, what does the former murder defendant plan for her future? Perhaps most important, has Anthony been simply counting the days until she can go back to her once hard-partying ways or has she been getting meaningful therapy and spiritual guidance to truly help her get ready for life on her own?

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