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Victim of Tewkesbury child abuser Eunice Spry to tell his story on TV


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A victim of Tewkesbury child abuser Eunice Spry is to tell his story on national TV.

He was taken away from his parents, who could not look after him at the age of three. He was placed in the care of Eunice Spry, a pillar of the Jehovah's Witness community, at her 

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Life was idyllic at first, with Spry playing the ‘strict but loving’ parent. But a few months later, the abuse began. For more than 13 years Spry systematically tortured Christopher and some of her other foster children.

Cheltenham-born Christopher Spry is to appear in the Survivors series, presented by former Coronation Street actress Denise Welch, on the Crime + Investigation channel.

It explores what it means to live with the trauma of enduring and surviving horrific crimes and the incredible effort and courage required to rebuild a life in the aftermath.

Christopher’s story will be told in the last of the series’ six episodes, at 9pm on May 24.

 

 

 

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