Saturday, December 24, 2016

TRAILER FOR UPCOMING INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY SHOW WITH CHERYL


Cheryl's first media interview in 30 years. 

The show "Who Killed Her Father?" is the debut show of the new series, I Witness, on Investigation Discovery Channel. January 1, 2017 - 7 pm EST/4 pm PST.

Watch the trailer...then watch the show...then buy the book--you will want to know the whole story. It is shocking, inspirational and a true story of disaster, courage and love.

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12 comments:

  1. Knowing Cheryl, going to school with her, attending her Mom's funeral, I find her story hard to believe. A book deal gets her to open her mouth , that's telling

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    1. Because you "know" someone in high school you "know" she's a liar? Go fk urself. Who in God's name wants to tell the world your father abused you? You're a sad human being. If you don't believe her, go on with your life. How can you equate what you think you know about someone in high school, to what she bears her soul to as a woman?

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    2. The judge,DA,her minister,and court appointed psychologist believed her.But I guess you really can't believe such an terrible thing could happen. But to take a shot at Cheryl is very say. You cannot dismiss what we'll educated and professionals say or are you that hateful.

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  2. Unfortunately, fact is sometimes stranger than fiction, which is the case here. Writing a book like this is painful. Cheryl is not the first abuse survivor that I have helped to tell their story through a book. In each case everything looked pretty normal to people who knew the family, but the horrors occurred behind closed doors. Read the next post to realize how much of this goes on not only in the U.S. but worldwide, and how much is never reported because of fear. Not many of the cases end like Cheryl's did, but just recently an abused girl killed her father. Cheryl's reason for writing the book and finally talking about her life is to try to bring awareness to the public and hope to victims that obstacles can be overcome.

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    1. Renee, I just wanted to take the time to thank you for your comment that you posted. It goes to show after 30 years this is the exact reason why we have decided to write our book. People have always asked why myself or other victims don't come forward and tell, and your comment is the reason why! You find the story hard to believe but I do not remember you at all. You are welcome to your opinion but just so you know, Rob, Morgan and I spent our own hard earned money and alot of time into this book to get our story out to hopefully be able to help other victims and survivors out there. There is NO book deal. Again, please, before you post wrong information out there you should research the facts. But once again, thank you for giving me another reason to work so hard for pushing to get our book out there to help others
      -Cheryl Cuccio

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  3. Hi Cheryl,

    I read the first comment and it made me sad you had to see that so I just wanted to thank you for writing your immensely valuable book. Your courage and strength are profound. I hope you know how impactful it is. And I truly hope you know the few misguided people who are non-believers pale in comparison to those of us who have no doubt in your story. Those non-believers are the type of people who continue to think the earth is flat even with insurmountable evidence it's not. Keep your head up always!

    Thanks again and take care! <3
    -T

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    1. Thank you T it is because people like you we will continue to try and help others with our book.Thank you for your support and your kind words it is greatly appreciated- Cheryl

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  4. I just watched your story on ID network and I couldn't agree more with Tiana. What an amazing story that I'm so glad you had the bravery to share. I'm sorry for people like Renee Giraldy. Please rest assured that she represents only a very small minority of uneducated and ignorant people Who have never had something so tragic touch their lives. Hopefully she doesn't have to have it happened in her life to be sensitive to others who have lived through the hell that you have. It's so amazing how Rob stood by your side and was there the day you got released with a stretch limo celebrating with you and your brother. I was so glad to learn that you and your sister have recently become close – what a miracle! I hope that with your loving husband and your two wonderful siblings you're able to heal and you have already used your story to help others. My mother was the victim of incest and rape from her father – no one in her family believed her - and it crushed her. That must be one of the most difficult parts of coming forward - all the "Renees" that's so harshly judge instead of offering you comfort and support and celebrating your bravery for finally revealing your deep dark secret that you never wanted to share with anyone. I wish you continued healing and I'm going to order your book on Amazon. What an inspiration both you and Rob are and I commend you for your bravery. You and my mom have something in common – I will share your story with her and I know she'll be inspired and she'll probably post right here!!! Thank you for sharing. I have never written anyone about this but felt so incredibly moved by your story that I felt Compelled to reach out and tell you how missing I think you are. Tasha

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    1. Thank you Tata for your comment. You are the reason we did the show and wrote our book. Thank you for your support and I. The future after you read our book please pass it on to others because you never know who had a secret that the book might help. God Bless.

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  5. I'm sorry that you have to go threw that or that anyone at all has to but its stories like yours that help people like me that have never been abused understand the pain and the true story on what is going on inside the mind of a victim. But if we didn't go threw with what we did in our life's we wouldn't be were we are now and I'd say it's pretty darn good! You over came so much and that to me is so amazing most survivors can't even talk about it let alone live better . My mother was abused my her father and I can't seem to understand why she does what she does like still talking to her father today . But I know that life is always what you make t and I can't always try to help when I don't even understand

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