Woman abducted by the slave master's serial killer who killed her mother and trapped his own brother to adopt her, breaks her silence in her first ever interview
- Heather Robinson talks about the sale by the serial killer who killed her mother in a new 20/20 episode on Friday at 9 p.m. on ABC
- Lisa Stasi, 19, was missing in 1985 when her daughter Tiffany was only four months old and is considered one of the eight women killed by Robinson
- Robinson, currently in death row, sold Tiffany to his brother in Florida after falsifying adoption records
- It was only when Robinson was arrested in 1999 that Heather and her parents heard the truth about her identity and they are only now speaking out
- Heather is now on a mission to find the remains of her mother, who have never been found by authorities
A young woman who was kidnapped by a serial killer after killing her mother and then selling it to his brother breaks her silence in an interview in ABC's 20/20 this Friday.
Heather Robinson was the daughter of Lisa Stasi, a teenager and single mother who was one of the eight women murdered by John Edward Robinson.
Heather & # 39; s life was spared in the brutal murder and Robinson then sold the child to his brother in Florida.
Now, more than 30 years after she was adopted by her mother's murderer's brother, Heather shares her story as she meets the family she never knew existed after this unimaginable tragedy.
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Cruel intentions: Heather Robinson (above) talks about the sale by the serial killer who killed her mother in a new 20/20 episode on Friday at 9 p.m. on ABC
Victim: Lisa Stasi (left) was missing in 1985 when her daughter Tiffany was only four months old and reportedly one of the eight women killed by John Edward Robinson (right)
Lisa Stasi and her four-month-old daughter Tiffany disappeared in 1985 from Kansas City, Missouri.
The two were last seen on their way to Chicago with a man named Lisa John Osborne, but whose real name was John Edward Robinson.
It is believed that Robinson murdered Lisa, who was just 19, when young Tiffany was in the room and then removed her remains that have never been found to this day.
Robinson, who at the time was a married father with four children at home, subsequently falsified adoption documents and sold Tiffany to his brother and sister-in-law, who were told that the girl had no parents.
That's when Tiffany Stasi became Heather Robinson, and for the next 15 years she was completely unaware that he had killed eight uncle John, including her mother.
Robinson managed to dodge the police while he continued to hunt women in Kansas and Missouri.
He was a beloved father and later grandfather, but the law finally caught up with him when he was arrested on charges of theft and sexual battery.
Surprise Delivery: Robinson, currently in death row, sold Tiffany to his brother (above) in Florida after falsifying adoption records
In full view: it was only when Robinson was arrested in 1999 that Heather and her parents heard the truth about her identity and they are only now speaking out
Family: Heather is now on a mission to find the remains of her mother, who have never been found by authorities (heather with Donald Robinson)
That led the police to find a second property he had in Kansas, where they found the bodies of two missing women in large barrels.
A subsequent search later yielded more bodies in a storage unit.
The remains of Lisa were not found, but that can all change if 20/20 is broadcast on ABC this Friday at 9 p.m.
Heather will also sit down with her adoptive father, Donald Robinson, to discuss why he believed her adoption was legitimate, and the heinous moment when he heard about his brother's crimes.
She will also go back to her birthplace with husband Roberto Ramos to investigate her biological mother's past and meet her step-grandmother, Sara Elledge, for the first time.
There is also another turn, with a letter signed by Lisa that arrives while filming the episode and claims that the missing mother is still alive.
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