Twenty-Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty-Two Multiple Personalities

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Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 428 pages
As the only known survivor-intended-victim of a human sacrificial ceremony, Jenny Hill is living proof that ritual abuse is, in fact, a reality. With great courage and in open defiance of her sadistic abusers, Jenny wishes her story told. The ending will shock you.
Referring to journals written throughout childhood,
Jenny Hill and her multiple personalities document
how as a five year-old, she overcomes trauma by
turning to prayer while utilizing her alter states to
compartmentalize abuse at the hands of a master
mind-control programmer from Nazi Germany. After
suffering deaths of a high school sweetheart, plus
her only girlfriend, she somehow completes Army
medic training, receives a nursing degree, prepares
for a church mission and becomes a mother.
Simultaneously led by sex-addict Head Alter J.J.,
intrepid alters assume frequent control, engaging in
larceny and prostitution. With her children, her lifeline,
the increasingly desperate nurse escapes a drugged-
out pimping husband, blacks out in a job interview,
comes to nine days later as an inpatient headed for
the Utah State Psychiatric Hospital and only then
learns what her life has really been.

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