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February 15th 2013:Buried Memories

Buried Memories: Katie Beers’ Story is a never-before-told true story of survival, memory and recovery. Katie Beers was a profoundly neglected and abused child even before she was kidnapped on Long Island in 1992. Abducted by a “family friend,” she was held captive in an underground cell for 17 days and sexually abused. With smarts and strength, she slipped the bonds of captivity and began a new life. Katie, now a married working mother, has revealed her inspiring story of torment and recovery to the TV reporter who, as part of the original media frenzy covering the case, sought the ending to

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Katie Beers

Twenty years after she was kidnapped, forced into a damp, dark underground hole – 2 feet wide, 7 feet long and 3 feet high – and often held in chains, Katie Beers is speaking out at last about the hellish circumstances she survived. Beers's case made headlines in in 1993 when her abductor, building contractor John Esposito, confessed and led police to the crude underground bunker, hidden by a 200-lb. concrete wall, he'd dug underneath his Long Island home. Now living in rural Pennsylvania, married and the mother of two toddlers, Beers realizes she will never have "full closure" on what happened to her, but she hopes her story will help others who've suffered abuse.
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