Publisher: Precocity Press

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Untangle Your Dreams and Heal Your Childhood Trauma

Step into the riveting world of “Abducted: My Struggle to Remember,” where startling revelations and powerful emotions intertwine to create a captivating memoir of resilience and self-discovery. Join Alice Cunningham on her courageous journey as she unravels the mysteries of her past and finds the strength to confront her darkest hidden memories. A compelling tale that delves deep into the human psyche and the enduring power of the human spirit.

Alice discovered a resounding truth: trauma does not define us nor determine our future. Now, in her captivating and profound memoir, “Abducted,” she unveils her remarkable exploration towards healing and reclaiming her identity. Dive into the pages as Alice recounts her unfathomable abduction and the subsequent veil of repression that shrouded her memories. But this memoir is not solely about the past; it’s about the extraordinary life that bloomed despite the shadows.

Get transported to the vibrant streets of 1960s New York where Alice embarks on an exhilarating quest to pursue her dreams as an opera singer and eventually begins an illustrious career in opera management. Even with a successful career, Alice deals with anxiety and fear, and in an unexpected twist of fate in 1989, memories long lost resurface in the form of dreams. Shattering the fragile equilibrium she had worked so hard to achieve, Alice begins the work of deciphering her dreams.

This led to an unquenchable thirst for answers and her relentless search for truth. She delves into riveting research, conducts heartfelt interviews, and embarks on a transformative pilgrimage to Los Angeles, revealing crimes against children, including herself, in 1940s Hollywood. Her abductors had criminal connections to well-known Los Angeles gangsters who used her in their extortion, prostitution, and pornography rackets.

Trauma may be a formidable specter, but Alice Cunningham’s odyssey serves as a testament to the indomitable human spirit. In this poignant memoir, the possibility of a purposeful, productive, and rewarding life beyond the traumas of the past shines through. Discover the extraordinary depths of resilience and find inspiration in Alice’s triumphant evolution from victim to victor.

Abducted: My Struggle to Remember