21-year-old Abigail Hanna had recently been fired from her babysitting job in Hamilton, Massachusetts.

She’d been hired to watch two-year-old Lyndon Albers up until that time.

The last time the little girl’s parents had seen her, it was around 3 a.m. on November 20th. They reported her missing at 7 a.m.

But just as an Amber Alert was about to be issued about three hours after she’d been reported missing, Tom and Marge Crosby, a couple driving down the road, saw her at around 10 a.m.


Tom Crosby was behind the wheel, about eight miles from where she’d gone missing, and saw the child. He says it was a ‘vision’ that compelled him to turn his car around and verify what he’d just seen.

“I don’t want to say a vision but that’s what it was — a vision,” he told a local paper. “I drove by and then quickly it flashed through my head. I said ‘Was that a baby or was it a doll?’”

When they got to her again, she was shivering, sitting naked in a pile of leaves with a bruise on her head, which had been shaved, and she had multiple cigarette burns on her body.

She was taken to a hospital, where she is recovering and is said to be in fair condition.

Abigail Hanna was arrested and charged with kidnapping, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a child, and breaking and entering.

She’s being held without bail.


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