Tonight's special guest is Pamela Elaine Lockridge from Robeline, Louisiana, who'll talk about her horrendous past as a child sex slave from the age of four to eighteen. She'll also reveal how she was finally able to escape the lifelong terror of her captor. Pamela, a new member of the NAASCA family, is also the author of a book, "I Was a Whore at Four: the redemptive story of a child sex slave." As she writes, Pamela realizes that the end of her life as a child sex slave, was the beginning of a beautiful life (foreordained by her loving Father in heaven), which she could have never imagined possible. When the time finally arrived for her to confront all the living family members about her child sexual slavery / abuse, Pamela discovered a mind-blowing sequence of events which answered the most significant question of all. Who was complicit in her child sex slavery so many years ago? As she searches for complete closure, Pamela likens this journey to the unraveling of an afghan, as she located and pulled the one string that exposed the total meaning behind her life's pain and suffering. The book "I Was a Whore at Four" presents an actual therapy Pamela created called the 'Grief Stages Plus Narrative Therapy' (GSPNT) based on the stages of death and dying. "I took these stages and added three more to create a therapy that can be used by professionals to help individuals with their loss of sexual innocence as a child," Pamela explains. "The therapy found within its pages will fast track victims and survivors to become strong advocates."