The little girl's body was later discovered near the Anthony home, and Caylee's mother, Casey, was charged with murder. One of the first clues revealed in the case was that Casey's car had been discovered abandoned in a parking lot. When George Anthony, Caylee's grandfather, and Cindy went to retrieve the vehicle from a tow yard, it apparently reeked -- bad. Investigators concluded that the smell was consistent with that of a decomposing body.
Now, almost two years have passed since Caylee went missing, and Cindy Anthony -- who was subpoenaed to appear in court on July 15th -- will finally have to answer the highly contested question: What did she smell in the back of Casey's car? Cindy has told three very different stories:
Excerpt from July 15, 2008, 911 call: "There's something wrong. I found my daughter's car today, and it smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car!"
To WESH reporters in September 2009: "There was a bag of pizza for, like, 12 days in the trunk of the car, full of maggots. It stunk so bad ... you know how hot it's been."
On "Good Morning America," June 15, 2010:
GMA reporter: "You didn't mean that [there was dead body]; you just wanted the police out faster?"
Cindy: "No, I never thought that."Which one of Cindy's stories do you think is true?
Listen to Cindy Anthony's 911 call: