In April 2010, Nikki returned to Alamo's Arkansas compound for the first time since she says she escaped. Her visit brought back many memories.

"A lot of people lost their childhood and their innocence in there," Nikki says. "That's what I want people to see and to realize. ... Don't be so blind. Don't just say: 'It's not my business. They're the neighbors.' Hell was inside of there."

If you notice something strange about a neighbor, family member or friend, Nikki encourages you to speak up.

"I don't care if someone says, 'It's not your business,'" she says. "Do you know how desperately bad we needed someone to poke their nose into something that wasn't their business? And no one did."


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