Jaycee Dugard story

I just finished watching the news and found out that 20/20 is going to air videos made by Jaycee Dugard and her family about how she is doing after being held captive for 18 years.  She was kidnapped by a sex offender, and this made me think of Elizabeth Scott’s Living Dead Girl.  If you’ve read the book or want to read the book, you should watch 20/20 tonight at 9:00pm.  The stories are not the same, but it’s nice to have supplemental material with books.


  1. Zach "Big Sexy" Hatfield says:

    I didnt get to watch this interview. However, this story is so amazing/sad/horrific!!!! This woman lost a huge chunk of her life because she had to hide in captivity!!!!!!!

  2. Mrs. Andersen says:

    You’d probably like Living Dead Girl. It’s also a banned book, so you could read it for your project.

  3. MacKenzie Smith says:

    I have actually watched alot about her on tv, I think the story is horrific and yet i always want to know more about the story itself and how she is doing today.
    To have survived something so unusual as she had is interesting and appealing in a strange way.

  4. Kelsey Reider says:

    I just fnished the book Living Dead Girl and can see why its banned, but it’s such a good book and you read it really fast. However, the ending made me cry, I really felt for her and wanted to jump into the book to save her. But alas, it is just a book even if I do have a strange attachment to fictional characters.

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