And next, the startling news today from the california teenager who survived the frightening kidnapping ordeal. Two days after her rescue, she went online and started fielding hundreds of questions... See More
And next, the startling news today from the california teenager who survived the frightening kidnapping ordeal. Two days after her rescue, she went online and started fielding hundreds of questions about what happened. Abc's ryan owens with her surprising account. Reporter: What 16-year-old hannah anderson has been through is extraordinary. What she did after she was rescued is actually quite ordinary, at least for modern teenagers. She went online. Writing about her alleged kidnapper. "He got what he deserved," hannah wrote about james DiMAGGIO, WHO WAS SHOT AND Killed last weekend in the backwoods of idaho. A source briefed on the case confirmed hannah responded to more than 100 questions, including, "why didn't you try to escape?" "He had a gun and threatened to kill me and anyone who tried to help," hannah responded. AUTHORITIES say DiMaggio, a long-time family friend, murdered hannah's mother and her 8-year-old brother. Their bodies found in his burning home near san diego. On the website, hannah says DiMAGGIO TIED THEM UP IN THE Garage and rigged the fire to start after he kidnapped her. "I wish I could go back in time and risk my life to try to save theirs. I will never forgive myself for not trying harder to save them." Throughout the week-long ordeal, hannah's father never let go. Hannah, we all love you very much. If you have a chance, you take it. You run. Reporter: Online, hannah advises others who might become victims. "Stay strong," she writes. "People will be looking for you, so don't ever think they are not. And keep your head up and never let go." Ryan owens, abc news, los angeles.
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