One man's home, can be someone else's hell. "House of Horrors: Kidnapped" reveals terrifying tales of people who were kidnapped, yet were lucky enough to survive. Each episode centers on one person's ordeal. Starting from before the abduction right through to the hours, days, or months of captivity and finally to the escape and recovery as told by the victim in their own haunting recollection.

House of Horrors: Kidnapped - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2014-02-26

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Pet Shop of Horrors (Japanese: ペットショップ オブ ホラーズ, Hepburn: Pettoshoppu obu Horāzu) is a Japanese horror manga created by Matsuri Akino. The series focuses on the eccentric Count D, proprietor of a mysterious pet shop located in the heart of Chinatown, and the numerous patrons who visit his shop. The manga, published by Asahi Sonorama in 10 graphic novels, consists of 41 chapters in total. It has been licensed for distribution in the United States by Tokyopop. Recently, Matsuri has begun a sequel, New Petshop of Horrors (新恐怖寵物店). TOKYOPOP has acquired the rights to this sequel and calls it “Pet Shop of Horrors – Tokyo,” and the first volume was released in February 2008.

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Chris Orcot Chris is Leon's much younger brother, whose mother died during childbirth. As a result, Chris was raised by his aunt and uncle, who he grew up calling “Mom” and “Dad”. When Chris' younger cousin, Sam, told him that he was responsible for his mother's death, he was so shocked that he lost his ability to speak. Chris was sent to Los Angeles with Leon and spends most of his time in D's pet shop. Although he can't talk, Chris has the ability to telepathically speak to all of D's animals as well as D and Leon. As it turns out, Q-chan is the only “pet” Chris perceives as an animal. Since he initially only ever sees the animals in their human form, he believes that D actually sells human children, although he feels all right with that as long as the children don't mind it. In Volume 10, Chris reconciles with his cousin, regains his ability to speak, and moves back to his aunt's house. This comes at the price of his loss of ability to see the animals in their humanoid forms, referred to in the manga as something of a “Departure from Eden”. Twenty years later, he is shown as an FBI officer, tracking down the next generation of the Count's family. Rather than trying to arrest “New D” for the mysterious deaths caused by a pet, Chris only wishes to talk about his brother who disappeared 20 years ago. He does not seem to regard “New D” or the pet shop in an adversarial light, the way his brother Leon regarded D or Agent Howell regarded Papa D. Jill Voiced by: Satsuki Yukino (Japanese); Julia Fletcher (English) Jill is Leon's fellow police officer. She is far more sensible than he is as well as far more knowledgeable (for example, she learned Chinese and rattled off the life cycle of the butterfly to D). Jill seems to like D a lot and is usually exasperated by Leon's constant claims that D is a criminal. Samantha Commonly known as “Sam”, she was four years old when Chris came to live in her household and disliked him immensely, especially when he ruined her bunny doll. She later regrets her outburst, realizing she misses him, and, with the help of Ten-chan, the two reconcile and she begins to refer to him as her “brother”. Josie Chris' cousin and Sam's older sister. Despite Chris not being her biological brother, she has never thought of him as anything other than her little brother.

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