In 2002, Salt Lake City was home to one of the most chilling kidnapping stories in recent memory. Elizabeth Smart, a sweet and young girl was kidnapped from her bedroom in the middle of the night.
Elizabeth is a daughter of a rich Mormon family. Police found her almost after one year, in March 2003. When they found her, she wore a wig and sunglasses and walked along a suburban street in Salt Lake City with Mitchell and his wife. She told the police her name is Augustine Marshall, the daughter of traveling preachers.But thankfully and luckily, the police knew better. The woman convicted for her kidnapping stayed in prison for nine months.
At the time, Elizabeth was 14 years old. Now, she works as an American child safety activist and commentator for ABC news. This documentary takes you two years after the kidnapping, telling you the story of the strange abduction.
What lay behind the strange abduction? What were the motives? The bizarre and unique story will keep you on your toes until the very end.
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