Denise Huskins News
Couple in so-called 'Gone Girl' case on their ordeal and why they're speaking out
Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn were woken up in the middle of the night, and Huskins was drugged, blindfolded and abducted from the home.
Couple in so-called 'Gone Girl' case convinced more suspects still out there: Part 6
Part of the reason Aaron Quinn and Denise Huskins are speaking out is because they want to help other victims of sexual violence find their own voices.
California city to settle with couple in so-called 'Gone Girl' case: Part 5
Last week, the city of Vallejo reached a tentative settlement with Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn for $2.5 million dollars in a civil suit.
Man who kidnapped woman in so-called 'Gone Girl' case finally caught: Part 4
Matthew Muller was captured after a botched home invasion in Dublin, California, which was eerily similar to Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn's case.
Couple in so-called 'Gone Girl' case denounced by police: Part 3
"Mr. Quinn and Ms. Huskins [have] plundered valuable resources away from our community," Vallejo Police Department Lt. Kenny Park said of Aaron Quinn and Denise Huskins.
Police question boyfriend of abducted woman, doubt his story: Part 2
Early in their investigation, police believed Aaron Quinn killed his girlfriend Denise Huskins and made up the kidnapping story to cover it up.
Couple drugged and blindfolded, and woman abducted in the middle of the night: Part 1
After his home was invaded and his girlfriend Denise Huskins was kidnapped, Aaron Quinn called 911 to report their attack.
Couple in so-called 'Gone Girl' case on moving on, why they're speaking up now
20/20 Extra: Falsely accused of staging a mysterious kidnapping, Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn discuss overcoming trauma and the power of the #MeToo and "Time's Up" movements.
Couple in so-called 'Gone Girl' case believe there are co-conspirators out there
Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn say they don't think Matthew Muller acted alone.
Boyfriend in 'Gone Girl' case describes police targeting
Aaron Quinn said he felt "attacked" after police in California treated the kidnapping of his then-girlfriend, Denise Huskins, as a hoax.