By Nigel Cawthorne
Wicked kidnappers, awful ordeals, brave. actual tales of twisted criminals who carry their sufferers in unending captivity to meet their perverse wishes, opposed to Their Will is a entire compendium of the main traumatic kidnappings of all time.
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Extra resources for Against their will : sadistic kidnappers and the courageous stories of their innocent victims
It was a prison. The room was insulated and soundproofed. Elisabeth screamed herself hoarse, but no one could hear her. People in the town who knew her were told that she had run off to join a religious sect. This was all too believable. She had run away from her abusive father before. Some neighbors were, no doubt, relieved that she had sought safety. After a couple of days, Elisabeth was put on a long leash so that she could reach a makeshift lavatory. Then the real ordeal began. Her father started raping her.
Around the same time, the laws on parole were tightened. This meant that Jaycee’s outings were curtailed. A new parole agent was assigned to Garrido. He even saw one of the girls asleep in the house. Nothing was said, and he, too, was soon replaced. Later, Jaycee even got to talk to a visiting parole agent. She asked him whether he was the agent who had walked into her daughter’s bedroom. He said he was not, took Garrido’s urine sample, and left. Although Jaycee found that being in the house was better than being in the backyard, the house itself was falling apart.
After the first year, Phillip, Nancy, and Jaycee spent more time together, eating fast food and watching movies Phillip rented. Nancy brought her books and crayons. Jaycee got the impression that Nancy even liked her. The situation was tough for a twelve-year-old to figure out. How must Nancy feel about Jaycee having sex with her husband? She must also have felt guilty for her part in the abduction, Jaycee surmised. They managed a relationship of sorts, though. On special occasions, Nancy would bring home-cooked food for Jaycee that had been prepared by Phillip’s mother.
Against their will : sadistic kidnappers and the courageous stories of their innocent victims by Nigel Cawthorne