Transcript for New Twist in Possible Real-Life 'Gone Girl' Case
Next tonight, to the new twist in what some call the real life "Gone girl." Police had labeled the kidnapping a hoax. Tonight, her attorney saying the kidnappers have now reached out. Here's ABC's aditi Roy. Reporter: Tonight, stunning new details about the alleged kidnappers who claim responsibility for the abduction of Denise Huskins, the case police are calling a hoax. A real-life disappearance reminiscent of the Hollywood blockbuster, "Gone girl." My wife, Amy Elliott Dunne, disappeared three days ago. Reporter: Huskins allegedly went missing last week. According to police, hours later, her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, calls 911, reporting that she was kidnapped from his home. Now, Denise Huskins' attorney says he has proof his client isn't a liar, but a victim. I have come to receive a 15-page single spaced e-mail from the kidnappers. Reporter: The San Francisco chronicle receiving four e-mails from the purported kidnappers, who describe themselves as a sort of ocean's 11 gentleman criminals. I've been the recipient of all the e-mails. They are saying, don't underestimate us. We are the ones who are responsible. The police better apologize and it's unbelievable what has happened. Reporter: Do you think we'll ever know if it was a hoax or not? It's possible. Only time will tell. This case changes by the hour. Reporter: Investigators, including the FBI, searching for answers. Aditi Roy, ABC news, California.
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