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Stories of the survivors who were kidnapped and lived.

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Returning home, single mother Kelly Finley finds herself cornered by her next-door neighbor who forces her to defend herself and her two boys.
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Opening her door to a friend in need of help, 19-year-old Jessica Vega soon finds herself in a showdown with a deranged person who sets his sadistic plan in motion.
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While working at a superstore, Karol Klei is abducted at gunpoint by a former coworker and forced into his vehicle.
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Nineteen-year-old Wendy Morrison plans to see friends after her shift at the local diner, but she is kidnapped at gunpoint on the way and endures hours of torture.
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Jennifer Asbenson finds a good Samaritan to drive her to work after missing her bus once again, but her luck quickly runs out.
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Chuck Leonard and his girlfriend Kathy take a romantic drive, but unexpected visitors intrude on their plans, and only one of them survives.
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Larry Mendoza accepts a job as a corrections officer at the Penitentiary of New Mexico, deciding it is a risk worth taking for his family, then a routine headcount leads to one of the largest prison riots to date, confirming Mendoza's worst fears.
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In Los Angeles, a knife-wielding assailant traps aspiring actress Jane Piper in her own car and forces her to fight for her life.
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In Portland, Ore., 17-year-old Andrea Hood will need all of her wits to escape from two men who take her captive and begin making a soundproof chamber in which to hold her forever.
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After several hours of being tortured, an attorney realizes the only way to survive will be to outsmart his captor.
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A day off from school turns into a nightmare for 7-year-old Kristina Jacobson who faces a home invasion followed by a rocket-like car ride and a crash that defies gravity.
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Shannon Woods finds herself at the mercy of a monster following a routine traffic stop.
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The Rev. Joseph Combs and his wife, Evangeline, kidnap Elsa Garcia from an orphanage and subject her to nearly 20 years of abuse before a shocking turn of events leads to the couple's downfall.
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When a gunman hijacks a shuttle bus to Atlantic City, N.J., Bill Haley steps forward to negotiate for the lives of his fellow passengers.
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Eighteen-year-old Jodie Gaines is confused when a police car flags her down on a country road, but she complies with a a plainclothes officer's request that she step out of her car, not realizing that that she is stepping into her worst nightmare.
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When a man bursts into the maternity ward and threatens its staff members, nurse Margie Wyler realizes her first priority is to protect her patients.
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When Laura Cowan's husband goes to prison, an acquaintance, Mansa Musa Muhammed, offers to help, but then he turns her into a prisoner and subjects her to emotional, physical and sexual abuse.
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In Chowchilla, Calif., gun-toting kidnappers abduct Michael Marshall and 25 other children and bury them alive in a truck.
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When three men abduct graduate student Ana Elizondo near the Mexican border, she thinks it's run-of-the-mill border violence until they inform her that her father owes them money.
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Even though diabetic Karen Maffucci lives in a safe neighborhood, an intruder breaks into her home and kidnaps her at gunpoint without her insulin.
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At the county jail, accused murderer Jerry McFadden knocks out a police sergeant and takes dispatcher Rosalie Williams hostage at gunpoint.

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