A memorial service was held Saturday for Hannah Anderson's mother and brother, Christina and Ethan. As the story of Hannah's alleged abduction by James Lee DiMaggio continues to unfold, the teenager will try to return to a life as normal as possible.
A memorial service in southern California Saturday marked an important point in the continuing saga of teenager Hannah Anderson’s abduction by an older family friend, eventual rescue in the Idaho wilderness, and return six days later to a life still marked by questions about what really happened and why.
"For the death of Tina and Ethan there are no easy words," the Rev. Kevin Casey told the memorial gathering, which was open to the public. "We are touched by this evil and we can never be the same again."
The two had been found dead in the home of James Lee DiMaggio, apparently killed before a fire had been ignited by a timer some 20 hours after DiMaggio and Hannah headed north on rural roads through California and Oregon to the River of No Return wilderness area in Idaho.