SALEM, Mass. – She’d been forced out of her car, kidnapped, beaten and repeatedly raped. She thought her attacker was going to let her go - but then he forced her back into his “orangey-red” pickup truck and kept driving. Now past the Hampton, N.H. toll booths in a dark area of the highway, the terrified 24-year-old nurse said she started to pray. First, she asked her aunt who died two weeks earlier to help her. Then, she went right into the prayer, “Hail Mary.”CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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