A story of sruvival

November 11th, 2009

By any account it was one of the most gruesome and heinous crimes of our times.  On April 14, 1989 Ramon Salcido went on a killing sprees in Sonoma, California, shooting and killing his wife, her two younger sisters and his wife's mother.  Then he slashed the throats of his three young daughters, leaving them for dead in the county dump.  Miraculously, one of the daughters, tiny, three year old Carmina Salcido was still alive.  Astonishingly, that was only the beginning of Carmina's troubles.  She's written about her life in her new memoir Not Lost Forever: My Story of Survival.   My conversation with Carmina Salcido:

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