Missing Teens Found Alive In Cleveland Home

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Amanda Berry describes in a new interview the ‘normal activities’ that she, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight did during the time they were locked in the home of Ariel Castro.

The women survived being kidnapped, years of abuse and being held against their will in his Seymour Avenue home.

Berry told People in an exclusive interview this week that when Castro was out with his friends or gone for the night, the three women tried to do normal activities.

She said they danced, sang and watched “The Vampire Diaries” on TV.

“We would watch the show, and then for two hours afterward, we would talk about what’s going to happen next week,” Berry told People.



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