Lois Fraley, Former Arizona Department of Corrections Officer, Recounts 15-Day Prison Hostage Ordeal on Investigation Discovery TV Show
Hostage: Do Or Die premieres December 1 on Investigation Discovery.
Lois Fraley, a former Arizona Department of Corrections officer, spent 15 days in early 2004 as a hostage inside a tower at the Lewis Prison Complex in Buckeye -- the longest prison standoff in the nation's history.
On December 1 at 10 p.m., her story will be featured on the premier of Hostage: Do Or Die, a new television series on Investigation Discovery. Find ID on your TV with the network's channel finder.
Watch the chilling story of how corrections officer Fraley survives being taken hostage by two inmates in an Arizona prison. She endures physical, psychological and emotional abuse for 15 days, and lives to tell about it.
The single mom and her now 12-year-old daughter talk about the ordeal, and Fraley describes moments of terror -- and even frustrations with the negotiators.
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