Finding Me - Chapter Twenty-Three: Mustard Summary & Analysis

Michelle Knight
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When Jocelyn was two or three, Castro began taking her out of the house and he began going to church. He wanted Jocelyn to learn about God. He was happy to have another child in the house. He complained that he had lost his family when his wife left him. He was proud of Jocelyn and took her down to meet his band mates. Michelle wondered what they thought of her and where she came from. Later, she learned that he told his friends that she was the daughter of his girlfriend. Michelle feared that as Jocelyn matured, he would abuse her, too.

Castro spoiled Jocelyn with toys and game systems and a free run of the house when he was home. Michelle would draw with Jocelyn and put her pictures on her wall. Castro tried to hide his abuse of the...

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