Not long after he adopted a baby from Samoa, Michael Nyberg knew something was wrong.
The girl, whom he named Elleia, started saying the names of her parents and siblings, talking about how they all slept in a house together.
Nyberg said the adoption agency had told him that the 4-year-old had been abandoned by her family, left in foster care for months. "She starts talking about things that didn't add up," he said.
"She cried herself to sleep every night for the first three weeks she lived...Full Story