Where Molly was finally found.
Molly did turn out to be buried in the debris pictured to your right. BUT it would not have been possible to reach her through the alley. Any attempt in getting her through the alley would have surely caused the debris above her to collapse. The wall on the right in the picture is the wall of Myers of Keswick. We were able to locate Molly roughly 14 feet into the alley and 7 or 8 feet high. To reach her we would have to go through the stores wall and we calculated a measurement a half foot below her with the idea we could reach up and grab her.
Molly was found trapped inside the metal sheet on the left of the image but it was an even worse place to be than this picture shows. It was completely covered in garbage before we got to her. We assume she might have gotten a mouse or two and luckily it did rain a few times during her stay.
When we finally zeroed in on Molly's location the owner allowed us to go through his store wall. Upon getting through the wall and bricks we found years and years of garbgae and found everything from ancient beer cans to a water hose.
This was Molly's view to the street. The bright light in the distance in the middle of the screen is Hudson Street so she could both see and hear us as we sat and talked back to her at night. It's nice to know that might have given her hope and helped her get through this.