Kidnapping survivor Abby Hernandez on tactics her captor used to keep her in fear

"There was a camera that was always blinking like a security camera, and I thought he was watching me," Hernandez said in an exclusive interview with ABC News' "20/20."
0:37 | 09/04/18

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I noticed on the door there where. Wires. There really screws them liars. He told me that he trip that door so that if true for any reason it was busted open the room would catch on fire so that you couldn't survive. If somebody found that somebody has opened the door that I was quickly. Go up in flames basically. So there was a lot of psychological. Intimidation and fear here will you on edge. All this time yeah I was afraid to through with some fire. And there is a camera. That was always blinking. Like a security camera and I thought he is watching.

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