Girl in the Cellar

Girl in the Cellar

The Natascha Kampusch Story / Allan Hall and Michael Leidig

Book - 2007
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Two journalists investigate the eight-year ordeal of Natascha Kampusch, the young Austrian girl kidnapped and held hostage by a predator who committed suicide shortly after her escape.


Girl in the Cellar is true and terrifying story of Natascha Kampusch, a young Austrian girl who was kidnapped at age ten and imprisoned for eight years in a cell beneath the home of her captor. Written by Allan Hall and Michael Leidig, the first journalists to cover this story in meticulous  detail, Girl in a Cellar is the definitive account of the abduction, discovery, and trial that made international headline news—a shocking true account of a young girl’s unspeakable nightmare, not unlike those suffered by Elisabeth Fritzl in Austria and Alisha Martinez in Colorado.

Publisher: New York : Harper Collins Publishers, 2007
ISBN: 9780061345104
Branch Call Number: 362.7609 KAMPU HALL
Additional Contributors: Leidig, Michael
Notes: Includes index


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