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United States of America I Survived Serial Killer Who Abducted Me at 15 & Handcuffed Me in His Lair"

I Survived a Serial Killer Who Abducted Me at 15 And Handcuffed Me in His Lair"

EXCLUSIVE: Kara Robinson Chamberlain was 15 when serial killer Richard Evonitz kidnapped her at gunpoint and took her back to his home while his wife was at Walt Disney World

Daily Mirror UK, 24 JUL 2021

Kara Robinson Chamberlain was just 15 when she was abducted by a serial killer

Child predator Richard Evonitz, 38, killed himself as he was surrounded by police (Image: FBI)

From the moment a stranger pressed a handgun to her neck, Kara Robinson Chamberlain began outsmarting her captor and planning her dramatic escape.

Only 15, she had no idea the man forcing her into the back of a car was a serial killer and rapist who had already murdered three girls.

But she knew the only way to stay alive was to obey the kidnapper's demands and fool him into thinking she wouldn't fight back so that he would lower his guard.

Now 34, Kara has told the chilling story of how she miraculously survived a sick child predator who shackled her to his bed and held her captive for 18 hours while his wife was at Disney World with his mother.

Mum-of-two Kara, from Columbia, South Carolina, told the Mirror: "Pretty much the instant I felt the gun touch the side of my neck it was, 'OK, go with him, do what he says and be as agreeable as possible'.

"Let him think youíre not going to fight back, so that when you do it is going to catch him off guard.

"It was an instant shift into survival mode."

Her experience is set to be told in a new two-hour documentary, Escaping Captivity: The Kara Robinson Story, on the Oxygen TV channel this autumn.

It was June 24, 2002, and Kara was planning to go swimming with high school friends after spending the night at a pal's house.

Dressed in her pyjamas, she was watering flowers for her friend's mum when a car drove past and came back moments later, pulling into the driveway.

The man behind the wheel was Richard (Marc) Evonitz, 38, who was prowling the neighbourhood for his next victim after murdering three girls - Sofia Silva, 16, and sisters Kristin, 15, and Kati Lisk, 12 - years earlier.

Kara said the driver didn't seem "creepy or scary" as he approached her and asked if her parents were home.

When she explained that her friend's mum wasn't home, Evonitz moved closer and said he was handing out brochures.

Kara said: "At the same time he put a gun up to the right side of my neck and to come with him or he would shoot me.

"He walked me around to the driverís side of the car, opened the door, pulled the seat forward and told me to get in."

Forced to climb into a large plastic container in the back seat in broad daylight, she tried to keep track of the car's turns and even memorise the serial number inside the container.

Kara said: "From that moment I kind of realised that he would probably not let me go and it would be up to me to get out and escape.

"I wanted to gather as much information as I could to figure out where I was and who he was to identify him later."

Evonitz stopped the car, a green Pontiac Firebird, at the side of a road as he prepared to smuggle Kara into his apartment without neighbours noticing.

He restrained her and put a ball gag in her mouth as he ordered her to be quiet, and then drove another minute before carrying the container into his flat.

Kara said: "I was there for 18 hours with him. He gave me drugs and sexually assaulted me multiple times.

"He told me he would let me go when he was 'finished' with me, but me being the stubborn person that I am I thought, 'Iím not going to wait on you'."

Kara asked questions and studied the flat to gather details about her captor - finding out he was in the Navy, memorising the addresses of his dentist and doctor from magnets on his fridge, and realising a woman lived in the apartment with him.

She suffered a panic attack when Evonitz put her back in the container while he called his wife, who was at Walt Disney World with his mother.

He forced her to watch a TV news broadcast to see if there was any coverage of her disappearance.

Kara said: "I had no question that I was going to escape. It was just a means of when and how, and I was able to do that."

The next morning, Evonitz lay snoring next to Kara in his bed after handcuffing her and tying her to the frame.

Working carefully and quietly so not to wake her captor, Kara managed to slide one of her hands out of the handcuffs, which had a fuzzy blue ring around them. Evonitz had purchased them as a sex toy.

The teen "shimmied" her hands down to her legs and undid the restraint on her right leg.

Finally free from the bed, she got dressed and went to the front door, but it was blocked by the plastic container, household objects and a vacuum cleaner hanging out of a closet which had accordion doors.

Kara said: "There was a solid 30 seconds of me looking at the door and thinking, 'how am I going to do this?'"

In one swift movement, she moved the items, shoved the vacuum cleaner into the closet and slammed it shut, opened the front door and ran out.

Kara said: "That was probably the fastest my heart was beating the entire time I was there.

"I knew if I woke him up and wasnít successful [in getting out] that would probably be when I would get hurt, and when his sadistic nature would kick in.

"I thought he was going to wake up and look out the window and shoot me, but I knew that at least I was out of his apartment and someone would see me."

As she rushed outside with the handcuffs dangling from her wrist, Kara flagged down a car and told the two men inside that she had been kidnapped.

They took her to the police, but Evonitz had fled by the time officers arrived, leaving behind evidence that linked him to the three murders, including DNA, trophies from his young victims, a journal and newspaper clippings.

Speaking after the escape, Lexington County Sheriff James Metts told the Washington Post: "She was so, so alert. She was able to give us information down to the exactness of what was in the apartment."

Police suspect Evonitz was responsible for at least one other murder and multiple rapes.

Evonitz confessed to his sister while he was on the run, and a multi-state manhunt came to an end on a dark street in Sarasota, Florida, more than 500 miles away and three days after he abducted Kara.

Surrounded by police, the monster shot and killed himself to avoid being captured.

Kara said: "I was really angry at first because I wanted to go to court and I wanted him to look at me across a courtroom and know that choosing me was his biggest mistake.

"I wanted that vengeance of looking him and him knowing that he was outsmarted by a 15-year-old girl.

"I still feel a little upset that he killed himself, and itís for different reasons now.

"Iím disappointed because I really donít have much doubt that there were other victims other than the ones we know about.

"I do wish he wouldnít have killed himself so we would have been able to talk to him.

"I think he would have confessed, and we would have been able to find more victims and bring closure to more families."

Kara returned to school and went on to become a police officer and work in victim services. She is now a public speaker with a huge following on social media.

In a TikTok video that went viral last year, she relived her harrowing experience and offered advice on how to escape a captor and manage trauma.

Aside from some flashbacks and anxiety within months of her abduction, Kara said an emotional detachment allowed her to "escape the typical trauma experience" for years.

After giving birth to her second child she realised some of her behaviours were not "what you would call healthy or normal", which put her on a journey to recognise her emotions and trauma.

Exercise and physical fitness have been a key part of her mental well-being.

On June 25, or "freedom day" as she called it, she marked the 19th anniversary of her escape with a workout called "For the Girls", which included one exercise each for Sofia, Kristin, Kati and herself.

She said: "It is hard to check out when you are exercising because you have to be in tune with your body.

"It has been a tool to help me come back to myself.

"It's been 19 years and I am definitely working through this journey of knowing how it affects me."

Who Were Richard Evonitz's Victims? ...

Richard (Marc) Evonitz, 38, killed himself after his 15-year-old kidnap victim, Kara Robinson Chamberlain, escaped and led police to his apartment in Columbia, South Carolina in June 2002.

The machinist and salesman, who had served in the US Navy, was linked to the murders of three young girls following an investigation by multiple police forces and the FBI.

He was also considered a suspect in other crimes, including at least one unsolved killing and multiple rapes.

Sofia Silva, 16

Evonitz's first victim, 16-year-old high school student Sofia Silva, vanished outside her home in suburban Fredericksburg, Virginia, on September 9, 1996.

Her body was found 20 miles away in a shallow pond a month later.

After Evonitz was linked to the murder, Sofia's grief-stricken sister Pam Silva said there was some comfort knowing that he was dead.

She told the Washington Post in 2002: "Our family feels he is facing a much ... harsher punishment than he ever would have on Earth."

Kristin Lisk, 15, and Kati Lisk, 12

Sisters Kristin, 15, and Kati Lisk, 12, were abducted as they returned home from school in Spotsylvania County, Virginia on May 1, 1997, seven months after Sofia was killed.

Five days later, their bodies were found in a river 40 miles away.

Their devastated father Ron Lisk told reporters in 2002: "Patti and I were robbed of our children. And all of you in our community were robbed of your trust in our fellow man.

"Please hang on tight to your children. Tell them you love them every day. Treasure each moment with them. Give them a hug every day."

How Did Police Link Evonitz To The Killings?

Police in Virginia and South Carolina and the FBI worked together after Evonitz's suicide and collected overwhelming evidence to link him to the three killings.

At a press conference in August 2002, Spotsylvania County Sheriff Ronald Knight wept alongside the girls' families as he announced the cases had been solved.

Despite his depraved crimes, his widow Hope Evonitz stood by him, telling the Washington Post at the time: "He was my husband, he is still my husband, and I love him dearly."

Richard Evonitz had lived in Fredericksburg when Sofia, Kristin and Kati were abducted and murdered.

His hair matched hairs found on the girls' bodies, along with blue acrylic fibres from a pair of furry handcuffs that he had purchased as a sex toy.

Evonitz had used those handcuffs to restrain Kara inside his apartment in Columbia in June 2002.

After she escaped, police searched the flat and found evidence including trophies taken from his victims, a journal with details of his crimes and newspaper clippings about the girls.

Astonishingly, Kristin's palm print was found inside the boot of Evonitz's car five years after she was abducted.

Officers also searched the child killer's former home in Fredericksburg, where fibres from the carpet matched those found on the bodies of Sofia, Kristin and Kati.



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