Eleanor Williams, 52, at her home in Waterbury, Connecticut, last month. Williams' 3 1/2-month-old daughter was kidnapped in 1983, and it remains a cold case.
Eleanor Williams, 52, at her home in Waterbury, Connecticut, last month. Williams' 3 1/2-month-old daughter was kidnapped in 1983, and it remains a cold case. Michael Noble Jr. For The Washington Post
Eleanor Williams, 52, at her home in Waterbury, Connecticut, last month. Williams' 3 1/2-month-old daughter was kidnapped in 1983, and it remains a cold case. Michael Noble Jr. For The Washington Post

Almost 35 years ago, she let a stranger hold her newborn. It still haunts her today.

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