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Reaching 'Daylight': New book focuses on the children who survived Tony Alamo and his cult

By Sean Clancy

This article was published May 6, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Author Debby Schriver of Knoxville, Tenn., and her book Whispering in the Daylight, which tells the story of the cult run by Tony and Susan Alamo and the children who survived it.



Tony Alamo was on trial in 2009 at the federal courthouse in Texarkana.

FBI agents Randall Harris (left) and Thomas Browne stand outside the federal courthouse in Texarkana in July 2009 after evangelist Tony Alamo was conv...

Tony and Susan Alamo started their church in 1969 in California. The church eventually had locations in Northwest Arkansas and Fouke.

Imagine life as a child born into the religious cult run by Tony Alamo.



Tony Alamo was on trial in 2009 at the federal courthouse in Texarkana.

FBI agents Randall Harris (left) and Thomas Browne stand outside the federal courthouse in Texarkana in July 2009 after evangelist Tony Alamo was conv...

Tony and Susan Alamo started their church in 1969 in California. The church eventually had locations in Northwest Arkansas and Fouke.

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