The Girl in The Wall - The Disturbing Case of Katie Beers

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“He kissed me and threw me down the cubby hole”
'Spaceplex' is 9 year old Katie Beers’ favorite spot, before she’s abducted at that same location in December 1992, just before her birthday. For 17 days, the investigators dig into the family’s lies, each more suspicious than the next, hoping to find the lost girl. Katie is trapped in the wall, but she still has her wits, which will eventually lead to justice against her kidnappers.
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st_cruz
st_cruz
Amazing story, it’s incredible to know she went through that so young and she is so incredibly strong today. It’s so easy to let our past traumas wear us down but she faced death and still didn’t let it change her heart. Truly inspiring.
sorakairi1993
sorakairi1993
Every adult in her early childhood has failed her, and in the end she came out over each of them. Katie is such a remarkable human being.
Banana Fish Rambles
Banana Fish Rambles
He might’ve been a “mastermind” but she literally outsmarted him at 9 years old. She was and still is a phenomenal and incredible human being. I’m so amazed by how clever she was throughout that whole experience, which should’ve broke her according to his plan. She’s a survivor and an inspiring hero ❤🥺
sourgreendolly
sourgreendolly
The 4-12 years is so disgusting. Traumatize a child so that their life is that much harder and you might be out in 4 years. This is exactly why a lot of kids - myself included - don’t say anything. It’s already so traumatic retelling it over and over while people decide whether or not you’re lying based on if you express the right emotions in a believable way to them personally… Imagine getting through all of that and your “success” is them being locked up for 4 years. Kids are failed by the system as much as their families smdh
Gotcha
Gotcha
As someone that's suffered constant sexual abuse during childhood (though not "as bad" as Katie), she is unbelievably strong. The fact that she came out of that horrid place
Gwen Catz
Gwen Catz
That detective made me cry at the end. You can see how the regret of not finding her sooner still hurts him to this day, yet the relief that he found her at all. Not many cases have a happy ending like this. He, more than anyone knows that. Thank you for showing this.
b0r3d_f0rl1f3
b0r3d_f0rl1f3
The fact that she KNEW not to eat or sleep, Katie was extremely smart and im so glad she was that smart
Eileen Lester
Eileen Lester
Predators should NEVER be released from prison!!! 🤬
AireBorn Style
AireBorn Style
"I had realized, that I had actually played in... this underground dungeon... While it was being built." The single most terrifying and actually scary sentence in the entire video, he had drafted and plotted this out for so long that she was even in the very area where he had held her in. Man was a real life supervillain
Cynthia Skaggs
Cynthia Skaggs
As an adult survivor of childhood sexual torture, I know all too well the horrors she went through and the strength it takes to come out on the other side and be a ‘normal’ adult. She has a great attitude about life. You go girl! We will rise above it!
Aro
Aro
Wait, this man was convicted of kidnapping a little girl 15 years prior and he was not in prision? Wth, why would anyone think to let these monsters go. No amount of jail time will fix their fucked up heads, this is obvious proof of that. I blame this on our judicial system.
Keira
Keira
This is why you not only believe children and give them respect, but also understand that some kids can do remarkable things. She never gave up, she used her intellect to manipulate him just like he manipulated her. Katie is amazingly smart, so amazingly smart.
INFERNO
INFERNO
The cleverness of Katie is truly astounding, but I also gotta give credit to the detective who never gave up and found clues so hidden yet so crucial to solving the case. and even though he was still hurting for the amount of time the investigation took, 17 days is still such a quick find compared to the countless other kidnapping cases where most went on for at least a few months where the longest case i think lasted 18 years
Sal Hutch
Sal Hutch
"I was determined to not let my childhood traumas come into my adulthood, they shaped me to who I am. But they don't define me." Katie Beers
Ross.s
Ross.s
This pretty much proves the saying “ every child needs a parent. But not every adult deserves a child. “
Slime is Gone
Slime is Gone
I'm literally crying because of what she said at the end. I've gone through sexual and mental abuse and I'm still trying to cope, but hearing Katie's story is definitely inspiring me.
Angelina
Angelina
the fact that this man was only sentenced 15 years is just messed up, when I swear some people are in longer for drug offences. like kidnapping and assault is easily as bad a crime as murder since it mentally scars people for life.
Ana Dubar
Ana Dubar
That dungeon is insane. It reminds me of the dungeon Josef Fritzl built for his daughter.
00kbsv
00kbsv
She truly is an admirable woman. She had all the excuses to become a terrible adult, but she didn't let her childhood trauma define her future. Such a strong and brave woman since she was a little girl
SlashBat
SlashBat
She is genuinely the smartest person ever, like, a little girl having the forethought to think "he might have put a sedative in the food". She's a brilliant, and incredibly strong
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