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As of the census, the city had a total population of 60, and its metropolitan area had a population of , Terre Haute is located alongside the eastern bank of the Wabash River in western Indiana. According to the census, Terre Haute has a total area of The Wabash River dominates the physical geography of the city, forming its western border. Small bluffs on the east side of city mark the edge of the historic flood plain. Lost Creek and Honey Creek drain the northern and southern sections of the city, respectively.

In the late 19th century particularly during the Terre Haute Oil Craze of , several oil and mineral wells were productive in and near the center of the city. Pioneer Oil of Lawrenceville, IL, began drilling for oil at 10th and Chestnut streets on the Indiana State University campus in late December , the first oil well drilled in downtown Terre Haute since Terre Haute is at the intersection of two major roadways: US 41 is now locally named "3rd Street," but historically it was "7th Street," making "7th and Wabash" the Crossroads of America.

Louis , Louisville , and Cincinnati. Climate is characterized by relatively high summer temperatures, mean winter temperatures near freezing, and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year.

At the time the area was claimed by the French and British, these highlands were considered the border between Canada and Louisiana. The construction of Fort Harrison in marked the known beginning of a permanent population of European-Americans. A Wea Indian village already existed near the fort, and the orchards and meadows they kept a few miles south of the fort became the site of the present-day city.

Terre Haute became the county seat of newly formed Vigo County in , leading to increased population growth. The village's 1, residents voted to incorporate in , followed by elevation to city status in Early Terre Haute was a center of farming, milling and pork processing.

However the business and industrial expansion of the city prior to developed largely thanks to transportation. The economy was based on iron and steel mills, hominy plants and, late in the 19th century, distilleries, breweries and bottle makers.

Coal mines and coal operating companies developed to support the railroads, yet agriculture remained predominant, largely due to the role of corn in making alcoholic beverages and food items. With steady growth and development in the later part of the 19th Century, the vibrant neighborhoods of the city benefited from improved fire protection, the founding of two hospitals, dozens of churches and a number of outlets for amusement.

Terre Haute's position as an educational hub was fostered as several institutions of higher education were established. The city developed a reputation for its arts and entertainment offerings. Grand opera houses were built that hosted hundreds of operas and theatrical performances. It became a stop on the popular vaudeville circuit.

The development of the streetcar system and later the electric-powered trolleys in the s made it possible for residents to travel with ease to enjoy baseball games, picnics, river excursions, amusement parks and even racing. The famous "Four-Cornered" Racetrack, now the site of Memorial Stadium , was laid out in and drew the best of the country's trotters and drivers. On the evening of Easter Sunday, March 23, , a major tornado struck Terre Haute at approximately 9: Up to that time it was the deadliest tornado to hit Indiana.

On Saturday June 16, , and through to the following dawn, the largest Ku Klux Klan rally ever held in Indiana took place in Forest Park, five miles eight point zero kilometres north of Terre Haute.

A special train of eight coaches brought Klan members from Indianapolis , another came from Evansville and Vincennes , and another brought 1, Klansmen from Muncie. It was reported that Klansmen from throughout Indiana and many surrounding states attended, with an estimated crowd of 75, On their return to the park six foot 9. Fifteen hundred candidates were initiated into the Klan and women joined the auxiliary. Before the Great Depression brought the U.

World War II brought an economic upswing with the development of three ordnance plants in the county and the revitalization of the coal, railroad and agriculture industries.

Terre Haute remained dependent on consumer manufacturers such as Quaker Maid, the world's largest food processing factory under one roof. The city was an enthusiastic participant in the war effort with troop send-offs, victory gardens, bond sales, civil defense drills, parades, and ceremonies.

Following the war, Terre Haute gained several new factories: Yet, the face of downtown Terre Haute began to change in the late s when Interstate 70 was built, passing through Vigo County about five miles south of the path of U. As traffic began to concentrate at the U. Throughout the period, civic groups developed to work toward boosting the economy. Grow Terre Haute in the mids urged on the establishment of new stores, factories, and high-tech industrial parks that helped to stabilize the economy and enhance community life.

Most encouraging were the arrival of the Digital Audio Disc Corporation DADC , a subsidiary of the global company, Sony , as the first American factory designed exclusively to make compact discs. In other developments over these years, railroad overpasses eased traffic congestion, law enforcement strengthened, and several national and state awards for volunteerism and citizen participation boosted local pride.

Like other Midwest manufacturing cities, Terre Haute faced daunting challenges as it neared the end of the 20th century. Outmigration of the population and the closure of long-time manufacturing operations were economic challenges that community leaders met with a combination of hard work and ingenuity.

Manufacturing continues to be an important part of that, thanks to the formation of the Vigo County Industrial Park over 20 years ago. Over the years, more initiatives followed, including construction of several new office buildings and a second downtown parking structure.

With the efforts of nonprofit groups such as Downtown Terre Haute and the expansion of the campus of Indiana State University , many positive changes have once again spurred growth downtown. Renovation of the city's s-era Federal Building to house Indiana State University's Scott College of Business in [20] and development of a new downtown location for Indiana State University Foundation and the university's bookstore in [21] strengthened ties between the city and the university.

In Indiana State University partnered with developers to build a student housing facility in the heart of downtown, [22] and other downtown residential development followed. In addition to significant, recent advancements in manufacturing, downtown revitalization and higher education, Terre Haute continues to be a major regional center for health care, retail shopping, recreation, entertainment and the arts.

Terre Haute is the location of the Federal Correctional Complex , located on Highway 63, two miles south of the city. The complex includes a medium security Federal Correctional Institution and a high security United States Penitentiary. As of the census [28] of , there were 60, people, 22, households, and 12, families residing in the city. There were , people residing in Vigo County.

The city's population density was 1, There were 25, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 3. There were 22, households of which The average household size was 2. The median age in the city was The gender makeup of the city was As of the census [6] of , there were 59, people, 22, households, and 13, families residing in the city.

The population density was 1, There were 22, households out of which Out of the total population, The corporation manages 18 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 3 high schools, and 2 alternative schools. It has an enrollment of approximately 12, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a private engineering school located just east of the city.

The school has been ranked by U. Traditionally a women's college, in SMWC began accepting applications from men as commuter students. The college is known for its Mari Hulman George School of Equine Studies, which houses 50 horses on campus, as well as its pre-professional programs including pre-veterinarian, pre-law, pre-medicine, pre-dentistry and several niche programs in leadership development, art therapy, and music therapy.

Ivy Tech Community College , a full-service community college , and Harrison College are also located in the city. The city has a lending library, the Vigo County Public Library. Terre Haute is served by two airports. The airport has a partnership with multiple military units including the st Intelligence Wing of the Indiana Air National Guard.

Indiana State University is one of four Tree Campuses in the state. The LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course has the distinction of being one of the few purpose-built cross-country courses in the world. The facility is part of acres 0. The course has also hosted multiple NCAA national championship meets.

The team gets its name from a product with a historic connection to the community, Rex Coffee, roasted and packed in downtown Terre Haute by Clabber Girl Corporation and for many years a household name across the Midwest. More recent professional stars include pitcher Tommy John ; who won games in his year major league career and catcher Brian Dorsett , both of whom played for the New York Yankees during their careers.

Reed moved up to the Houston Astros in Terre Haute was represented for 53 season in various leagues; chiefly the Three-I League and the Central League ; winning 7 titles during that time. Terre Haute has made a very valiant effort to revitalize the businesses and culture in its downtown district.

From festivals, museums, restaurants, shopping, and the addition of multiple hotels in the area it has greatly improved the overall image of downtown Terre Haute.

In , the university was the recipient of nearly Andy Warhol photographs and prints as part of the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program. These additions will be added to the other Andy Warhol prints already held in the university's permanent collection. The gallery's Permanent Art Collection and Study Collection includes a total of 3, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, drawings, prints, and photographs.

Designed by famed theater architect John Eberson in Spanish Andalusian style and opened in , this theater seats 1, and houses a screen measuring 54' x 33', which is the second-largest in the state. Community Theatre of Terre Haute presented its first shows in Terre Haute also features the Crossroads Repertory Theatre, a professional theater company with over a year history.

Its season is mid-June thru late-July and performances include classic and new plays and musicals, as well as educational programs and staged reading of new plays.

Hatfield Hall is home to a seat theater located on the campus of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. The campus of Indiana State University holds a Performing Arts Series as well to give its students and the community the opportunity to enjoy the arts and world-class entertainment at an affordable price.

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Louis, MO but left before the program. His faculties were with drawn in and he was permanently removed from ministry. Adams died in Served in 11 parishes in 34 yrs. Adamsky retired in and was fullyrestricted from priestly ministry.

Case sent to the Vatican for review Archdiocese of Milwaukee List At least 12 suits filed late s-early s. Permanently removed from ministry Living in Rochester MN.

Banned from church property. To draw monthly pension with medical and dental coverage for rest of life. Diocese formally requested change of venue or request to indefinitely delay trial. Letter by Fr Carlson to Adamson File Thomas and Holy Spirit parishes in Grand Rapids. Apparently the victim sent him a letter in and he forwarded it to Diocese. He resigned from his position. Bishop said there was no prior knowledge of abuse. Woman claims in or suit that she was abused by Sister Agnes, a teacher at elementary school in San Antonio.

Said she told at least two priests, both Clarentians, during the time of the abuse. She claims she repressed memories until early Suit was filed within two years of but lower court dismissed on Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment.

Appeals court affirmed dismissal at S. Man notified Diocese and Order in that Agostino had abused him. Order investigated and could not find sufficient information to support the allegations. He was not removed from duties but Bishop did meet with the accuser. John the Baptist pending further investigation. Statement from the Congregation of the Mission and the Diocese of Brooklyn Vincentiians Agostino bio ; BA. Noted to have been a seminarian, accused of the sexual abuse of a child, and to still be alive.

York Daily Record Extern priest in LA Warrant issued re abuse of at least 2. Fled US after warrant issued. Abused at least 26 boys in 10 months. See Dallas Morning News Article. Los Angeles Personnel File ; Collection of articles prior to Therese of the Little Flower after accusation of improper conduct with a minor. No other details known. No criminal charges to be filed. Albert's Parish in Reno as of Found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and sentenced to 2 yrs probation.

Youth also filed a civil suit in Personnel file produced to Court in Assignment Record Compiled by Law Firm.

Director of a summer camp for boys in the s in Wellesley, MA. At least four men have come forward alleging abuse by Ahern as children, three of them at the camp. Also accused of sexually abusing a a Richmond VA altar boy The Stigmatines knew of allegations as early as Ministry restricted by Omitted from Boston AD database because he was an order priest. The two women took his car after the event and he reported car stolen.

The 16 yr old made the accusation when they were picked up by police. He refused to press charges for theft. No further information found. NY Daily News 4. Maronite Rite priest with authority to practice within Maronite and Latin Rite churches.

Joseph Catholic Church in Nottingham since Verizon Online reported the presence of the images. Albaugh admitted he stored the images but said he would never harm a child. Suspended from his duties. Albeke is only priest on the list whose name had not previouslybeen made public. Jude Church in Monroe.

Name is also spelled Albecke. Brother Albert no last name known was named in civil suit as having abused one man at Central Catholic High School, Lawrence, during the years - when the accuser was a student and Albert taught there. The suit involved multiple plaintiffs and named multiple priests as defendants. Attorney Durso said that almost all claims were settled. Roman Catholic Archbishop of Boston, C.

One of 4 priests alleged to have offered yr-old boy money for sex, threatening to harm him if he told. Also accused of participating in mutual masturbation with the other priests while the boy watched. Suit filed and settled by Reportedly "removed from ministry. Expelled by Franciscan Order in early s prior to taking solemn vows, but ordained in Cincinnati in Removed from duty after accusation of sexual abuse of teen boy during late s-early '80s. Another accuser then surfaced alleging abuse as an 8th-grade boy, on a trip to New York with Albrecht.

Would target troubled adolescent males, then molest them. Two known to have lived with him in rectory. Admitted to sexual behavior with four youths, saying he thought he was "acting out of love.

A suit alleging abuse from dismissed after Ohio Supreme Court ruled victims must file before the age of Dayton Daily News Served as deacon at St. Anthony's in Renton in Archdiocese of Seattle List In civil suit, one man alleged he was abused by Br.

Same man also alleged abuse by Br. Abdon and by a scout master. Ortiz y Pino, M v. Christian Brothers et al At the time of the alleged abuse, Alexander was a Benedictine monk in Uniontown, KY and the boy was a student at a nearby seminary. Alexander "acknowledged his involvement" in the incident.

Alexander joined the Benedictine order in He became a priest in Lafayette in Bishop withdrew his priestly privileges at that time. Allegations were made that he was involved with numerous women and that Diocese had sent him to St. Luke's Institute for treatment before he left his priestly duties. John Vianney in Kailua in the s. Case settled in Catholic News Agency Accused in report of sexually abusing an 8- or 9-year-old boy in or by having him sit under her desk as a punishment.

She would allegedly "put her dress over the child's head Parents reported the incidents to the school at the time. Maine AG Document Production 7. He was at that parish The diocese stated that Allard admitted the abuse and expressed profound remorse for the harm he caused. No criminal charges due to the statute of limitations. Holts Sons Funeral Home Obit.

Accused by two of child sexual abuse. Diocesan records show concern re Allen's behavior as early as Reportedly abused multiple young boys ss. Sent for eval Arrested for soliciting sex from an undercover police officer. Other allegations made in with claims of homosexual relationships with several young men who would visit him from the local college. Resigned in after confronted with credible allegations that he abused a to year-old boy starting about Accused by survivor in letter to Bishop Gettelfinger of sexually abusing the boy at age 16 in ; Allen admitted the abuse in , was sent for treatment, and was then returned to ministry.

He was army chaplain from In he was working in a civilian commissary in Kuwait, on contract with the U. He was seen saying mass but Arch Mil Services said no privileges. Allen was mentioned in a civil suit filed against Fr. Eugene Vollmer and Diocese. Suit says he knew or should have known of abuse of 4 boys by Vollmer at rectory of St. Joseph's parish in Ronkonkoma. In man notified diocese of accusations of abuse by Allen when the man was yrs old. Went on for 2 years. Diocese denied any prior knowledge.

No criminal charges were filed. Archbishop knew of allegation of child pornography in but reassigned him to middle school after evaluation. Only removed in just prior to charges being filed. Pleaded guilty to attempted possession of child pornograph for using computers to view internet photos of children involved in sex acts.

Sentenced to 2 years probation. Finally left priesthood in On sex offender registry. Omaha World Herald 3. Originally from Diocese of Alexandria LA. Also worked in AZ and CA. In treatment at Paraclete center and working in Gallup.

Allegations against him in Flagstaff in and a civil suit in Fresno where his files were released. May have been dismissed due to CA Supreme Court ruling. Accused of abuse in Gallup.

In Diocese said allegation was credible but that he was deceased Complainant was between 6 and 9 at the time. Convicted and received 5-year sentence for sexual abuse of 2 boys.

Died shortly after release from prison. Named in at least 3 civil suits. At least 2 claims included in settlement with diocese in One article spells last name Alonzo. She said he he pulled into a parking lot and touched her inappropriately. Police had her call him; he reportedly admitted to giving her alcohol, touching her feet, and moving his hands up her thigh towards her vagina.

He admitted to pantyhose, feet, strangulation and chloroform fetish. Diocese removed him and suspended his faculties. CIvil suit filed, settled in Diocese of Scranton Statement Diocese of New Ulm Assignment Record.

Per the suit, the boy's mother died suddenly in and Altermatt offered to help the family. The abuse allegedly occurred in the rectory of St. Anne's in Waterbury, a Waterbury movie theater,Altermatt's car, the boy's home in Bristol and the priest's mother's Florida condominium, where he had taken the boy on vacation. Leave of absence Removed from active ministry Diocese of Little Rock list John the Apostle parish in Reedsport beginning in when she was between the ages of He was 56 at the time.

Archdiocese said this was 2nd allegation against him. Article says Alvarez was removed from ministry in As of , he was "no longer in the priesthood", and diocese did not keep track of him.

Alvesteffer's name appeared on list of priests from Grand Rapids Diocese in May, There apparently was single allegation while Alvesteffer was serving in Ludington in s. Per the Catholic Directory he was "on special assignment". Accused of abuse of girl, age 8. Pioneer Oil of Lawrenceville, IL, began drilling for oil at 10th and Chestnut streets on the Indiana State University campus in late December , the first oil well drilled in downtown Terre Haute since Terre Haute is at the intersection of two major roadways: US 41 is now locally named "3rd Street," but historically it was "7th Street," making "7th and Wabash" the Crossroads of America.

Louis , Louisville , and Cincinnati. Climate is characterized by relatively high summer temperatures, mean winter temperatures near freezing, and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year. At the time the area was claimed by the French and British, these highlands were considered the border between Canada and Louisiana. The construction of Fort Harrison in marked the known beginning of a permanent population of European-Americans. A Wea Indian village already existed near the fort, and the orchards and meadows they kept a few miles south of the fort became the site of the present-day city.

Terre Haute became the county seat of newly formed Vigo County in , leading to increased population growth. The village's 1, residents voted to incorporate in , followed by elevation to city status in Early Terre Haute was a center of farming, milling and pork processing. However the business and industrial expansion of the city prior to developed largely thanks to transportation. The economy was based on iron and steel mills, hominy plants and, late in the 19th century, distilleries, breweries and bottle makers.

Coal mines and coal operating companies developed to support the railroads, yet agriculture remained predominant, largely due to the role of corn in making alcoholic beverages and food items. With steady growth and development in the later part of the 19th Century, the vibrant neighborhoods of the city benefited from improved fire protection, the founding of two hospitals, dozens of churches and a number of outlets for amusement. Terre Haute's position as an educational hub was fostered as several institutions of higher education were established.

The city developed a reputation for its arts and entertainment offerings. Grand opera houses were built that hosted hundreds of operas and theatrical performances.

It became a stop on the popular vaudeville circuit. The development of the streetcar system and later the electric-powered trolleys in the s made it possible for residents to travel with ease to enjoy baseball games, picnics, river excursions, amusement parks and even racing.

The famous "Four-Cornered" Racetrack, now the site of Memorial Stadium , was laid out in and drew the best of the country's trotters and drivers. On the evening of Easter Sunday, March 23, , a major tornado struck Terre Haute at approximately 9: Up to that time it was the deadliest tornado to hit Indiana. On Saturday June 16, , and through to the following dawn, the largest Ku Klux Klan rally ever held in Indiana took place in Forest Park, five miles eight point zero kilometres north of Terre Haute.

A special train of eight coaches brought Klan members from Indianapolis , another came from Evansville and Vincennes , and another brought 1, Klansmen from Muncie. It was reported that Klansmen from throughout Indiana and many surrounding states attended, with an estimated crowd of 75, On their return to the park six foot 9. Fifteen hundred candidates were initiated into the Klan and women joined the auxiliary. Before the Great Depression brought the U.

World War II brought an economic upswing with the development of three ordnance plants in the county and the revitalization of the coal, railroad and agriculture industries. Terre Haute remained dependent on consumer manufacturers such as Quaker Maid, the world's largest food processing factory under one roof.

The city was an enthusiastic participant in the war effort with troop send-offs, victory gardens, bond sales, civil defense drills, parades, and ceremonies. Following the war, Terre Haute gained several new factories: Yet, the face of downtown Terre Haute began to change in the late s when Interstate 70 was built, passing through Vigo County about five miles south of the path of U. As traffic began to concentrate at the U. Throughout the period, civic groups developed to work toward boosting the economy.

Grow Terre Haute in the mids urged on the establishment of new stores, factories, and high-tech industrial parks that helped to stabilize the economy and enhance community life. Most encouraging were the arrival of the Digital Audio Disc Corporation DADC , a subsidiary of the global company, Sony , as the first American factory designed exclusively to make compact discs.

In other developments over these years, railroad overpasses eased traffic congestion, law enforcement strengthened, and several national and state awards for volunteerism and citizen participation boosted local pride. Like other Midwest manufacturing cities, Terre Haute faced daunting challenges as it neared the end of the 20th century.

Outmigration of the population and the closure of long-time manufacturing operations were economic challenges that community leaders met with a combination of hard work and ingenuity. Manufacturing continues to be an important part of that, thanks to the formation of the Vigo County Industrial Park over 20 years ago.

Over the years, more initiatives followed, including construction of several new office buildings and a second downtown parking structure. With the efforts of nonprofit groups such as Downtown Terre Haute and the expansion of the campus of Indiana State University , many positive changes have once again spurred growth downtown.

Renovation of the city's s-era Federal Building to house Indiana State University's Scott College of Business in [20] and development of a new downtown location for Indiana State University Foundation and the university's bookstore in [21] strengthened ties between the city and the university. In Indiana State University partnered with developers to build a student housing facility in the heart of downtown, [22] and other downtown residential development followed.

In addition to significant, recent advancements in manufacturing, downtown revitalization and higher education, Terre Haute continues to be a major regional center for health care, retail shopping, recreation, entertainment and the arts. Terre Haute is the location of the Federal Correctional Complex , located on Highway 63, two miles south of the city.

The complex includes a medium security Federal Correctional Institution and a high security United States Penitentiary. As of the census [28] of , there were 60, people, 22, households, and 12, families residing in the city. There were , people residing in Vigo County. The city's population density was 1, There were 25, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 3. There were 22, households of which The average household size was 2.

The median age in the city was The gender makeup of the city was As of the census [6] of , there were 59, people, 22, households, and 13, families residing in the city. The population density was 1, There were 22, households out of which A romantic walk in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania turns into a nightmare for a young couple when a man forces them into his truck at gunpoint and shoots them both.

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Two friends, Jim and Jens, and their fathers fly to Mexico for a fishing trip, but turbulence forces their plane to crash land and the foursome must fight for their lives in the ocean. Dawn is plunged into a nightmare when four armed men invade their beach home in Norfolk, Virginia and threaten to shoot her right in front of her two young daughters.

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Deb's heart stops shortly after delivering her second child, Steve is brutally stabbed by his schizophrenic brother, and Michaela is severely injured in a deadly car accident--each one literally flatlines, yet has inexplicable but very real experiences while they are clinically dead. A young runaway in Modesto, California has her arms cut off by a man in a horrific assault.

A pregnant woman and her father flee a deadly firestorm in Marysville, Australia. A Fallbrook, California woman survives multiple stab wounds in a drug fuelled attack by her enraged boyfriend. An Emory, Texas man's family suffers a deadly home invasion arranged by his own daughter. Two mountain bikers are mauled by a mountain lion a remote trail in Mission Viejo, California , and a hotel receptionist in Columbus, Mississippi goes into fight mode to survive a brutal attack by a man posing as a guest.

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A man crawls down Mount Adams in Washington State after breaking his ankle. A Fort Worth, Texas couple fight for their lives in a terrifying home invasion. A lineman is electrocuted while working alone up a 35 foot power pole in Rowley, Iowa. A Charlotte, North Carolina a woman makes a desperate dash for safety after being repeatedly stabbed by her ex-boyfriend.

A woman is left for dead when two terrorists storm the Mumbai hotel that she is staying in. A year-old saves her brother when their Long Island home is destroyed in a tragic house fire. A Redwater, Texas woman is left permanently scarred in a deadly domestic abuse incident.

A single mom living in Ball Ground, Georgia is attacked by an old classmate after spurning his affections.

A gold prospector survives five days in the Outback. A woman is left for dead in the woods outside Fayetteville, North Carolina after being carjacked then shot several times at close range. In Fort Lauderdale, Florida A doctor's assistant is violently attacked at home by a former patient who she spurned several years earlier. A Pine Mountain, Georgia man is attacked by a swarm of hornets on the roof of his holiday home and falls down a foot bank.

A man in Blue Springs, Missouri is shot and assaulted by his girlfriend when he tries to end their relationship. A man and his wife survive a plane crash that killed passengers and crew after 3 men hijack it. A heroic rescue bid goes horribly wrong when 2 police officers are stranded on an iceberg with several other people on frigidly cold Lake Saint Clair A woman is beaten, raped and left for dead after 2 men break into her remote Tyler, Texas farmhouse and kill her husband.

In Aurora, Colorado A year-old girl and her deaf friend Jeff are abducted and assaulted by two gunmen. The gunmen shot at Jeff, who escaped unhurt, and raped Brandy before driving into a pole. A Fredricksburg, Texas deer hunter drags himself up a dry creek bed after falling out of a tree and breaking both legs.

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A man from California survives after being taken hostage by Marxist rebels in Colombia by pretending that he's dying. In Spring Lake, North Carolina two abducted teenage girls are sexually assaulted and brutally stabbed. One is found dead on the scene, but the other survives this horrific event and lives to tell her story. A Puyallup, Washington woman is shot in the head and wounded three times by her abusive ex-husband.

A family is attacked by bees at Sequoia National Park. Two survivors of the Columbine High School massacre in Columbine, Colorado tell their stories of survival. An elderly woman living in Altus, Oklahoma is abducted, bludgeoned with a monkey wrench and locked in the trunk of her car by a co-worker. Miners are trapped for 77 hours in a flooded coal mine in Lincoln Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania.

A student and his roommate are held hostage by two gunmen in Nashville, Tennessee. A family from Tampa, Florida is stranded on a plane in flight when the pilot collapses. A boy witnesses his mother being attacked during a home invasion in Los Angeles. In Paducah, Kentucky teen twin sisters become survivors of the Heath High School shooting when they are caught in the middle of a fellow student's shooting rampage.

A North Aurora, Illinois woman is assaulted by a man who had murdered before. Two teenage girls have an encounter with a killer in Abbotsford, British Columbia. A missionary working in Haiti is shot and held for ransom by a gang.

In Fall River, Massachusetts a man goes into a flooding underground cavity to rescue two co-workers. A man viciously assaults his wife in Yonkers, New York. A year-old girl from Schenectady, New York is attacked in her home by her mother's boyfriend, who cuts her throat. A sailor survives at sea after the yacht that she's on sinks. An elderly couple are held hostage in their Owatonna, Minnesota home by an escaped convict.

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