First Look: Cleveland Kidnap Victim Michelle Knight Releases Inspiring Music Video
Watch the new music video by Cleveland "House of Horrors" victim Michelle Knight.
INSIDE EDITION got a look at the new music video by Cleveland kidnap victim Michelle Knight.
The song, called, "Survivor," was inspired by the 10 years she was held captive by her kidnapper, Ariel Castro, who later hung himself while serving a life sentence in prison.
Knight says she started writing the lyrics while locked inside Castro's house of horrors.
In the video, Knight prays in a church and wanders the streets of Cleveland wearing a patterned hoodie. She hopes the song will encourage others to never give up.
Meantime, her memoir, Finding Me, is number 13 on the New York Times bestseller list.
Hope, the memoir by Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus, who were also trapped inside Castro’s home, is number three.
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