'Hero' Horseback Riders: Alleged Kidnapper 'Didn't Fit'

Good Samaritans discuss their run-in with Hannah Anderson and her alleged kidnapper.
3:00 | 08/12/13

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Join us now, the hero horseback riders. Thank you all for getting up so early for us. Mark and crystal, take us to that moment. When you realized this might be hannah anderson. We never realized it might be them until the next day. When we got home and seen the amber flash on the television. What were those red flags that caught your eye? They just didn't fit in that kind of country. They said they were backcountry people in california. They sure didn't fit out there if the idaho mountains. They wasn't dressed correctly. They just didn't fit. Looked like a square peg going in a round hole. What were they doing when you came upon them? They stepped off the side of the trail so they wouldn't spook the horses so we could go by. They were extremely quiet. Didn't want to engage in conversation. Kind of had a -- a bad look on their face. A bad look. Mike? You had this gut feeling that something wasn't right? I seen a lot of fear in her eyes. I didn't like what I seen in his eyes. That put up a major red flag for me. Crystal, what did you say to each other as you started to realize what was going on? We all concurred, it was a teenage daughter was made to go on a trip with her dad and was very unhappy about it. She was not happy to be there. Did it appear she had been hurt at all? No. No. Other than her feet. Is there she was really tired. They came a long way in some real rough country packing some large rucksacks on their back. Those ruck sacks looked brand-new. Her feet were sore. She was wore out. He didn't have much to say? He didn't want to talk? No, neither one wanted to talk. They were quite reserved. That's not like most people in the back country because, in the back country, when you meet somebody, you want to share the experience, the terrain. I had asked him what made him pick this remote area. He said, last year she got to pick. She picked los angeles and hollywood and he said, this year was my turn. So that was a plausible answer for their being back there. You'll have a chance to meet hannah and her father today. What do you want to tell them? We're happy for them that everything turned out right and hannah gets to go back home and be with her folks. I just want to give her a hug. I have granddaughters. I can just about imagine how happy they are to have her back. I'll bet you they are. It wouldn't have happened without all of you. Thank you for your time this morning. Thank you.

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