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Terry Anderson lived nearly 7 years of his life in limbo. Yanked off the streets of Beirut on a sunny Saturday morning after a tennis game with a friend, he spent the next 2,454 days chained to the wall and blindfolded in a series of filthy dungeons. Knowing he could be killed or freed at any moment, he was in a constant state of helplessness. Whether on his own or sharing a cell with as many as four other hostages, each situation brought its own challenges. By the time he was released, Anderson would be America’s longest held hostage.