Survivor of Triple Murder Grapples With Guilt: 'Why Didn't He Kill Me?'

Questioned by a police psychologist, Jana Eastburn burbled the only thing she could recall about the night in 1985 when her mother and two sisters were murdered in their home. "Hide from the burglar ... he's going to come get me," said Eastburn, at 21 months old, according to notes taken by a child psychologist who was helping in the investigation. Shown a picture of her mother to spur her memory, the traumatized infant kissed the photograph. For the next 25 years, Eastburn would endure a...Full Story
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