Her abduction captivated the world.
Elizabeth Smart is sharing her story to a sold-out crowd tonight at MSU.
Smart was taken from her bedroom in June 2002 and was found in March 2003.
Since her abduction, she has become an advocate for missing persons.
She’ll take the stage tonight to tell her story in hopes it will inspire others about overcoming traumatic events.
“The story she tells is really a rare one. And her ability to overcome all of this trauma to put her life on a straight path, is something not just our students, but virtually everyone can benefit from,” said Robert Kibler, chair of Humanities, Foreign Language and Literature at MSU.
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