Chowchilla 1976

Officials retrieve a moving van buried at a rock quarry in Livermore, Calif., in which 26 Chowchilla schoolchildren and their bus driver were held captive in the mid-'70s. The three men who kidnapped the busload of of children, ages 5 to 14, and entombed them in the quarry are up for parole again, and this time, they have the support of the judge, prosecutors and investigators who handled their notorious case.<br>
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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-chowchilla-kidnapping-20110404,0,1538453.story">Decades after school bus kidnapping, strong feelings in Chowchilla</a>
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( Associated Press / July 20, 1976 )

Officials retrieve a moving van buried at a rock quarry in Livermore, Calif., in which 26 Chowchilla schoolchildren and their bus driver were held captive in the mid-'70s. The three men who kidnapped the busload of of children, ages 5 to 14, and entombed them in the quarry are up for parole again, and this time, they have the support of the judge, prosecutors and investigators who handled their notorious case.

Decades after school bus kidnapping, strong feelings in Chowchilla

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