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On July 26th, 1976, twenty-six children were kidnapped and buried alive during a hot summer day in Chowchilla, California. They were taken by gunpoint from their school bus by three men, taken to a remote quarry and forced into a moving van buried six feet underground. It was the largest mass kidnapping in U.S. history. They would cry for help, waiting to either be rescued On July 26th, 1976, twenty-six children were kidnapped and buried alive during a hot summer day in Chowchilla, California. They were taken by gunpoint from their school bus by three men, taken to a remote quarry and forced into a moving van buried six feet underground. It was the largest mass kidnapping in U.S. history. They would cry for help, waiting to either be rescued or starved to death...This is what happened that day...


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On July 26th, 1976, twenty-six children were kidnapped and buried alive during a hot summer day in Chowchilla, California. They were taken by gunpoint from their school bus by three men, taken to a remote quarry and forced into a moving van buried six feet underground. It was the largest mass kidnapping in U.S. history. They would cry for help, waiting to either be rescued On July 26th, 1976, twenty-six children were kidnapped and buried alive during a hot summer day in Chowchilla, California. They were taken by gunpoint from their school bus by three men, taken to a remote quarry and forced into a moving van buried six feet underground. It was the largest mass kidnapping in U.S. history. They would cry for help, waiting to either be rescued or starved to death...This is what happened that day...

33 review for The Chowchilla Kidnappings

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vickey Mcgee

    Chilling I remember when the Chowchilla kidnappings took place. This basically tells the whole story of the event. Very informative. My heart goes out to the victims.

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    Bettye McKee

    Two events that changed history The brazen 1976 kidnapping of a busload of schoolchildren in Chowchilla, California, changed the sense of security parents felt for their children. The 23 children and the bus driver were held in a buried moving van while their abductors attempted to collect a ransom for their release. In 1966, the three Beaumont children took the bus to Glenely Beach, a short distance from their home. They never made it back home. In spite of the largest search effort in Australian Two events that changed history The brazen 1976 kidnapping of a busload of schoolchildren in Chowchilla, California, changed the sense of security parents felt for their children. The 23 children and the bus driver were held in a buried moving van while their abductors attempted to collect a ransom for their release. In 1966, the three Beaumont children took the bus to Glenely Beach, a short distance from their home. They never made it back home. In spite of the largest search effort in Australian history, no trace of the children has been found. Although there were several suspects, there was no evidence upon which to make an arrest, and the case remains unsolved. Although the parents were criticized for letting their children go places without supervision, that was the way of the world in 1966. 13

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