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Crime Abigail Hernandez describes 2013 abduction, how she survived 9 months of captivity: report

15:50  08 september  2018
15:50  08 september  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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Abigail Hernandez — who was 14 when she was kidnapped while walking home from school in New Hampshire in October 2013 — described Friday both her abduction and how she survived nine months of captivity inside a storage container. Hernandez , now 19, said she immediately began to

Abigail Hernandez — who was 14 when she was kidnapped while walking home from school in New Hampshire in October 2013 — described Friday both her abduction and how she survived nine months of captivity inside a storage container.

a person posing for the camera: Abigail Hernandez was 14 when she was kidnapped and held captive for nine months in 2013. On Friday, she opened up in a television interview about her abduction and how she survived.© AP/Conway Police Department Abigail Hernandez was 14 when she was kidnapped and held captive for nine months in 2013. On Friday, she opened up in a television interview about her abduction and how she survived.

Abigail Hernandez — who was 14 when she was kidnapped while walking home from school in New Hampshire in October 2013 — described Friday both her abduction and how she survived nine months of captivity inside a storage container.

Hernandez, now 19, said she immediately began to strategize when she was abducted by Nathaniel Kibby, now 39.

“I remember thinking to myself, ‘OK, I got to work with this guy,’” Hernandez told ABC News’ “20/20.” “I said [to him], ‘I don’t judge you for this. If you let me go, I won’t tell anybody about this.’”

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Abby Hernandez told ABC News she was locked in a soundproof shipping container after a stranger picked her up on her walk home from school in 2013 .

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Her initial negotiation attempts failed and Hernandez was brought to a storage container — where she lived in fear for the next nine months and was abused daily.

Hernandez told the outlet that Kibby used psychological fear to keep her afraid of escaping and being rescued.

“He told me that he had tripped the door so that if for any reason it was busted open the room would catch on fire … so if someone kicked open the door that I would quickly go up in flames,” she said.

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'Don't lose hope': Kidnapping survivor Abigail Hernandez recounts 2013 abduction at age 14. The first thing Abigail Hernandez considered when she was kidnapped in 2013 was to figure out how to survive . Hernandez said she asked to be dropped off at a nearby restaurant, but Kibby instead drove to a Home Depot About nine months later, in July 2014, Hernandez was released by Kibby.

Hernandez also described how her captor, who told her to call him “Master,” forced her to wear a shock collar “like dogs wear” around her neck, as a “more humane” way of keeping her quiet.

“I remember he put it on me,” Hernandez said. “And he told me, ‘OK, try and scream.’ And ... I just slowly started to raise my voice. And then, it shocked me. So, he's like, ‘OK, now you know what it feels like.’”

But Hernandez never gave up hope, and strategized to gain the trust of Kibby. She told the outlet that she went along with all his plans, never disagreeing with her captor. The strategy paid off, and she was trusted to help Kibby with his counterfeit money scheme.

“I remember I never said ‘amen’ in my mind. I never wanted to end my prayers because I didn't want God to leave me,” Hernandez said. “I just really wanted to live.”

Kibby suddenly let Hernandez go free in July 2014 after Lauren Munday, a woman he had gone out on a date with, said she told police about his counterfeit money operation, the Union Leader of Manchester, N.H., reported.

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Abby Hernandez was getting ready to turn 15 when she was abducted by Nathaniel Kibby on her way home Transported some 30 miles north and kept captive for nine months — during which time she was (This account of the case is based on reporting by CNN, the Boston Globe, local TV station

Опубликовано: 2018-09-07 Продолжительность: 02:24 Abby Hernandez was 14-years-old when she was kidnapped on her way home from school. For nine harrowing months she was kept prisoner in a shipping container by a monster in New Hampshire beginning in October 2013 .

Fearing police would investigate his home, Kibby released Hernandez on the same North Conway, N.H., road where he abducted her. Hernandez then walked home. Kibby was arrested seven days later at his home.

Kibby pleaded guilty to seven felony counts, including kidnapping and sexual assault. He was sentenced to 45-90 years in prison.

Hernandez, who now lives in Maine, is a new mother, the Union Leader reported.

When "20/20" asked how she survived, Hernandez said: “Just don't lose hope … even when you feel like you've lost everything, hope is something that nobody can take away from you. And just keep that. And it'll keep you going.”

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