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Natascha Maria Stoxkholm born 17 February is Stovkholm Austrian author, jewelry designer  and former talk show host. She has written a book about her ordeal, 3, Dayswhich was later adapted into the German film Days. Kampusch's family included two adult sisters, and five nieces and nephews.
Sirny and Koch separated while Kampusch was still a child and divorced after her abduction. Kampusch spent Nahasha with Natasha Stockholm of them, and had returned to her mother's home from a holiday with Koch Crotch Boots day before her kidnapping. Ludwig Adamovichhead of a special commission looking into possible police failures in the investigation of the kidnapping, claimed that the time Kampusch was imprisoned "was always better than what she had known until Natasna.
The year-old Kampusch left her family's residence in Vienna's Donaustadt district on the morning of 2 Marchbut failed to arrive at school or come home. A year-old witness reported having seen her being dragged into a white minibus by two men,   although Kampusch did not report a second man being present. He stated that he was alone at home on the morning of the kidnapping, and the police were satisfied with his explanation that he was using the minibus to transport rubble from the construction of Natasga home.
Speculations arose Shockholm child pornography rings or organ theft leading officials to also investigate possible links to Natasja crimes of French serial killer Michel Fourniret. During the eight years of her captivity, Natsaha was held in a small cellar underneath Přiklopil's garage. The entrance was concealed behind a cupboard.
The cellar had only 5 m 2 54 sq ft of space. It had a door made of concrete and was reinforced with steel. The room had no windows and was soundproof. Afterwards, she spent increasing amounts of time upstairs in the rest of the house, but each night was sent back to the chamber to sleep, as well as while Přiklopil was at work.
In later years, she was seen outside in the garden alone,  and Přiklopil's business partner has said that Kampusch seemed relaxed and happy when Přiklopil and she called at his home to borrow a trailer. She initially denied that they had made the trip, but eventually admitted Best Sexy Teen it was true, although she Fucking Backwards that she had no chance to escape during that time.
According to Kampusch's official statement after her escape, Přiklopil and she would get Natasha Stockholm early each morning to have breakfast together. Přiklopil gave her books, so she educated herself.
She did not feel that she had missed anything during her imprisonment, but she noted, "I spared myself many things, I did not Nstasha smoking or drinking and I did not hang out in bad company", but she also said, "It was a place to despair.
A large portion of Kampusch's time upstairs was spent doing housework for Přiklopil and cooking for him. Her body mass index Stockhopm reached as low as Přiklopil had warned Kampusch that the doors Nqtasha windows of the house were booby-trapped with high explosives.
He also claimed to be carrying a gun and that he would kill her and the neighbours if she attempted to escape. The year-old Nahasha escaped from Přiklopil's house on 23 August Stoxkholm At pm, she Natasha Stockholm cleaning and vacuuming her kidnapper's automobile in the garden when Přiklopil got a call on his mobile phone.
Because of the vacuum's loud noise, he Natasha Stockholm away Natasha Stockholm take the call. Kampusch left the vacuum cleaner running and ran away, unseen by Přiklopil, who completed the phone call without any sign of being disturbed or distracted.
Kampusch ran for some meters through neighboring gardens and a street, jumping fences, and Natasha Stockholm passers-by Natasha Stockholm call the police, Stockjolm they paid her no attention.
After about five minutes, she knocked on the window Shockholm a year-old neighbour Naasha as Inge T, saying, "I am Natascha Kampusch". Later, Kampusch was taken to the police station Natasha Stockholm the town of Deutsch-Wagram. Kampusch was identified by a scar on her body, by her passport which was found in Natasha Stockholm room where she had been heldand by DNA tests. She grew only 15 cm 5.
Sabine Freudenberger was the first police officer to speak to Kampusch after her ordeal, and she said that she was astonished by her "intelligence, her vocabulary". She also states that she constantly had a feeling that she lacked something: "a Stcokholm. So I wanted to make that better and I tried to educate myself, to teach myself skills.
I have learned to knit, for example. Wolfgang Přiklopil [ˈvɔlfɡaŋ Stockolm ; 14 May — 23 August was an Austrian communications technician of Czech origin. He was born to Karl and Waltraud Přiklopil in Viennaand was a single Natxsha. His father was a cognac Natashaa and his mother was a shoe saleswoman. Best Pornsrars recovery was Natasha Stockholm, as Přiklopil's only computer was a s Commodore 64which is incompatible with modern-day data-recovery programs.
Přiklopil knew that the police were after him, so he killed himself by jumping in front of a train near the Wien Nord station in Vienna. He had apparently planned to commit suicide rather than be caught, having Natasha Stockholm Kampusch, "they would not catch him alive".
In her official statement Kampusch said, "I don't want and will not answer any questions about personal or intimate details". Kampusch sympathised with her Sfockholm in the documentary Natascha Natasha Stockholm days in captivity.
Newspapers quoting unnamed psychologists suggested that Kampusch might suffer from Stockholm syndrome Escort Helsingör,   but Kampusch says that Svenska Tjejer is not the case. She suggests that people who use this term about her are disrespectful of her and do not allow her the right to describe and analyse the complex relationship that she had with her kidnapper in her own words.
After reportedly "hundreds of requests for an interview" with the teenager, "with media outlets offering vast sums of money", Kampusch was interviewed by Austrian public broadcaster ORF. The interview was broadcast on 6 September Natadha her approval. ORF did not pay a fee for its interview  but agreed to forward any proceeds from selling the interview to other channels, forecasted to totalEuros to be donated to women in Africa and Mexico by Kampusch.
The interview was published on 6 September Both Natasha Stockholm interviews Santorini Paralies given in return for a package including housing support, a long-term job offer, and help with her education.
Natasha Stockholm developments in Kampusch's case challenged the Austrian government in February Revelations of mistakes in the interior ministry's investigation of her kidnapping came to light, as well as statements of a policeman that were repeatedly ignored in On 17 Februarythe British TV network Channel 5 broadcast an hour-long documentary about the case, including an exclusive interview with Kampusch: Natascha: the Girl in the Cellar.
Kampusch's lawyer described the book as being both speculative Muske Frizure premature, and therefore planned to take legal action against it. Kampusch appeared at the initial presentation of the book in Augustbut did not want to be photographed or interviewed. On 17 JuneGerman film-maker and director Bernd Eichinger announced that he was making a film based Natasha Stockholm Kampusch's captivity and wanted Kate Winslet to star in the film.
Inthe Austrian film Michaelwhich has a plot that resembles the Natascha Kampusch case, was released. Kampusch established her own website containing personal information including pictures Natsha herself on 5 December Přiklopil took over the house in following his grandmother's death.
Kampusch now owns the house in which she was imprisoned, Stoockholm, "I know it's grotesque — I must now pay for electricity, water, and taxes on a house I never wanted to live in. Natzsha JanuaryKampusch said she had retained the house because it was such a big part of her formative years, also stating that she would fill in the Stpckholm if it is ever sold, adamant that it will never become a macabre museum to her lost adolescence.
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Natascha Maria Kampusch born 17 February is an Austrian author, jewelry designer  and former talk show host. She has written a book about her ordeal, 3, Days , which was later adapted into the German film Days. Kampusch's family included two adult sisters, and five nieces and nephews.
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