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On What Would Have Been Her 11th Birthday, A Stranger Erects Memorial Cross For Caylee Anthony

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  • Veteran Who Lost Her Happiest Memories Due to TBI and PTSD Finds Help and Healing With Wounded Warrior Project

    Veteran Who Lost Her Happiest Memories Due to TBI and PTSD Finds Help and Healing With Wounded Warrior Project

    Thursday, December 13 2018 3:18 PM EST2018-12-13 20:18:09 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff What would you do if the happiest memories of your life suddenly vanished? That's what happened to Sgt. Lisa Crutch, a soldier who manned machine guns in Iraq. Inside Edition teamed up with Wounded Warrior Project to learn why Crutch is among the many veterans who credit the organization's free services with helping them heal.  Crutch was traveling by vehicle in Iraq one day when her convoy came under fire and she was thrown into the windshield. She survived... 
    What would you do if the happiest memories of your life suddenly vanished? 
  • Mother Searches for Replica of Son With Autism's Favorite Blanket

    Mother Searches for Replica of Son With Autism's Favorite Blanket

    Thursday, December 13 2018 2:18 PM EST2018-12-13 19:18:01 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff An Indiana mom is searching for a replica of a blanket she bought for her son with autism years ago.  Alicia Lee took to Twitter to ask for help when she realized her 10-year-old son Tristan’s favorite blanket was getting quite tattered.  Okay Twitter, I need some help. I have a little guy who is obssesed with his blanket. Yes, he is older..he is also disabled. I have searched ebay for years, with no luck. So, help? It is a plush throw originally sold at Koh... 
    An Indiana mom is searching for a replica of a blanket she bought for her son with autism years ago.  
  • Jeffrey Dahmer's Dark Thoughts Exposed in Chilling 1993 Jailhouse Interview

    Jeffrey Dahmer's Dark Thoughts Exposed in Chilling 1993 Jailhouse Interview

    Thursday, December 13 2018 1:38 PM EST2018-12-13 18:38:02 GMT
    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. “I desensitized myself to it.”  Those are the chilling worlds of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, aka the "Milwaukee Cannibal," as he spoke to Inside Edition about how he managed to commit his heinous crimes in a rare jailhouse interview in 1993. During his reign of terror between 1978 and 1991, Dahmer killed 17 men and boys, keeping some of their body parts in freezers inside his home. Many of his murders involved necrophilia and cann... 
    “I desensitized myself to it.”  
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