Transcript for Cleveland kidnapping survivors on journey from captivity to helping others
Also tomorrow night on a special "20/20" we'll bring you the story you may remember of three young Cleveland women, Michelle knight, Amanda berry and Gina Dejesus who were kidnapped and held captive for over a decade. Their daring escape leaving many of us including me in awe of their strength and their spirit. Since then each of them, each of them continues to forge their own path of healing and thriving. One of the young women, Michelle finding joy and love. Tell us about it. Oh, my gosh. He is the love of my life. He's my other half. He showed me that life doesn't have to be horrible and you don't have to be alone. It must feel great for you. Yes. She's like a big bomb in a small package. You know? When I first came out of the house I didn't even know what love was. What a tender touch was. All I knew was abuse. Huge personality. Very, very intelligent. Got her own light that she walks in. Michelle, she's found happiness and joy. She's married. She looked beautiful that I don't know what came over me. I had tears in my eyes. We are so incredibly happy for her. May 2013. 2013. That's almost seven years and all that they have gone through through that time and all three of them, they're making their mess their message. The work that they have doing and it's just -- their story of resilience and strength is absolutely amazing and such an honor to have all three together and the "20/20" special "Trapped" Arabs tomorrow, on ABC, a two-hour program featuring new exclusive interviews with the three women, the FBI agents and others who worked closely on the case. When you hear the first responders, all these years later how they still reacted. I was looking at some of those clips and what was amazing about that is one of the officers remembered Gina Dejesus as well and so to see her face he instantly recognized her and shows the dedication of those officers over the years looking for missing people. And even their emotions to this day is something else. That's tomorrow. But now to ginger.
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