This program is 30 minutes long
(Cleveland; David Muir) The details about the dynamic inside the house between the three women and Amanda's daughter examined; many photos of the girls and the arrested Castro brothers and the house on Seymour Ave. shown; details given about the kidnappings in 2002, 2003 and 2004. [Cleveland deputy chief Ed TOMBA- talks about the little girl.] Berry's 911 phone call played. [Rescuing neighbor Charles RAMSEY- comments.] [Berry relative Michael SNEED- reacts.] [FBI agent Vicki ANDERSON- talks about the three ladies and their bond.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The map of the streets of Cleveland where the girls vanished and were found a decade later shown.
(Cleveland: Alex Perez) The missed signs by authorities about the house in Cleveland examined; scenes shown from the neighborhood; details given about kidnapper Ariel Castro. [Castro brother-in-law Juan ALIZAR, Cleveland public safety director Martin FLASK- comment on the case.] [On a past "America's Most Wanted," daughter Arlene CASTRO - talks about Gina, who is missing.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The numbers of missing children in America cited. Recent interview held with John Walsh about what happened in Cleveland. ["America's Most Wanted," WALSH - calls Amanda and Ramsey heroes; outlines what people should do if they see something wrong.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A later message from Jaycee Dugard, who was held captive for 18 years, noted.
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The new milestone for Wall Street and the question of where stock will go next examined; statistics cited.
(New York: Paula Faris) Christie's long weight problem and secret band surgery examined; scenes shown from several Christie interviews. [CHRISTIE - explains why he had the surgery.] The medical procedure noted. [Lenox Hill Hospital bariatric surgery chief Dr. Mitchell ROSLIN- talks about the success rate of the surgery.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The Dugard and Elizabeth Smart kidnapping and captivity reviewed; scenes shown. [In exclusive ABC past interview, DUGARD - says there is still hope; comments on having children.] [Mt. Sinai Adolescent Health Center psychiatrist Dr. Celia BLUMENTHAL†- talks about an innate resilience.] [Former captive SMART - comments.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Tonight's award to Dugard for helping protect children from victimization noted.
(Cleveland: David Muir) The status of the three women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight; rescued from captivity in the house in Cleveland updated; scenes shown from outside the Berry house.