Well, it looks like I called it. Well, halfway anyways. While I still think the Hannah Anderson Story should be featured on ‘Snapped’, it looks like as if Lifetime veered on the side of the heartstrings with this story rather than the hard core evidence. I don’t see why this girl wasn’t investigated more than she was. I had the honor of my opinion to be included in the book, ‘Zip Ties and Lies’ by Sue Julsen a wonderful and thorough true crime author that in my opinion broke the case down better any detective that’s had the file on their desk. Whereas I just had a hunch, Sue brings the heat in this book with facts.
If you too have your suspicions I suppose you will watch this Lifetime movie Kidnapped: The Hannah Anderson Story set to air May 23, 2015 at 8pm EST. But if you’re anything like me, and you saw the Aaliyah story that lifetime tried to sell, then you’ll take my word for it and read this book. Sue captures every detail that most media outlets missed. And she connects the events into a timeline that not only makes sense, but forces you to question the innocence of Miss Anderson. Hannah can bask in her glory now, but I’m certain she’s going to slip up. She’s getting to close to her rebellious stage and and once the 15 minutes run out I’m sure daddy won’t be able keep her relevant, I mean quiet forever. Thanks for the truth Sue!!!