Jaycee Dugard, California girl who was kidnapped at the age of 11 years and only found 18 years later or in 2009, will tell a horrific story in the book published by Simon and Schuster.
The book, yet untitled, was written Dugard and will include the story of his abduction in 1991, how nearly two decades he was in a cramped and dirty tent in the backyard of his captors and how his mental health after he was released. "When I read this book, I am moved and inspired by Jaycee Dugard sound power, strength and durability," said Jonathon , Executive Vice President Publisher Simon and Schuster, Monday (27/09/2010).
Phillip Craig abducted Dugard Garrido and his wife, Nancy Garrido, from school bus stops in South Lake Tahoe, California. The police barely have to look for trace evidence Dugard. Whereabouts remained unknown until Phillip Garrido asked campus police officer at the University of California, Berkeley, east of San Francisco.
Garrido was stopped when he distributed religious leaflets together with two young women and then visited by police. Police then believe that Garrido has become a father Dugard. A policeman who had previously been given parole to Garrido then contacted and Dugard finally found in the Garrido family home in Antioch, California.
Garrido and his wife, both aged around 50 years, subjected to 29 criminal charges, including kidnapping for sexual purposes, forcible sexual abuse, and rape.
After the incident, Dugard, now aged 30 years, returned to her parents along with two sisters. Her aunt, Tina Dugard, then describe the return of her nephew was a happy moment for their families.
Garrido previously been in prison for 10 years in 1976 of raping another woman in South Lake Tahoe. He was arrested in 1972 because of cases of illegal drugs and raping a girl of 14 years, but never prosecuted because the victim refused to testify in court.