By Natascha Kampusch
On March 2, 1998, ten-year-old Natascha Kampusch was once abducted, and located herself locked in a home that may be her domestic for the subsequent 8 years. She was once starved, crushed, handled as a slave, and compelled to paintings for her deranged captor. yet she by no means forgot who she was-and she by no means gave up wish of returning to the area. this is often her tale.
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Extra resources for 3,096 Days in Captivity: The True Story of My Abduction, Eight Years of Enslavement, and Escape
He was a crafty, clever hunter, stalking unsuspecting victims while hiding in plain sight. And he viewed the entire country as his hunting grounds. George Murtie (FBI Academy Photo) Chapter 2: Vanished in the Night Bill and Lorraine Currier Murtie served as supervisor of the EPD’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations, and he supervised the department’s Search & Rescue Team as well, but he was nonetheless surprised when Detective Lawton contacted him about a missing persons call. After all, such calls were not unusual, even in this cozy, northern Vermont town nestled between the Green Mountains and Lake Champlain.
However, his life’s path changed again in 1983 after his wife, Linda, became pregnant with their second child and started having trouble sleeping at night. While out for a drive with her late one night, Murtie noticed a police car sitting in a darkened parking lot. In the silvery illumination of the cruiser’s interior lights, he could see a solitary policeman sitting behind the wheel, talking on his CB radio. He had never considered becoming a police officer before, but the more he thought about it, the more the idea of being a cop intrigued him.
Samantha’s abductor pulled his truck onto Denali Street and drove toward Northern Lights Boulevard, monitoring the police scanner for any signs of trouble or any mention of the Common Grounds coffee shop. Everything sounded normal. While driving, he realized that his captive was not well restrained in the front seat. If she unbuckled her seat belt and opened the passenger door, she would be able to slip out before he could do anything to stop her. He needed to move her to the back seat so he could better secure her.