Looks like Charles Ramsey will be sharing his side of the story soon.
The Cleveland man who rescued Ariel Castro’s three captives will be releasing a memoir, according to his publisher, Gray & Co.
Ramsey became an overnight celebrity after he broke down a door to rescue Gina DeJesus, Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Berry’s daughter from Castro’s house, where they’d been held captive for the last 10 years.
Freelance writer Randy Nyerges will co-author the book with Ramsey, according to NBC News. Ramsey’s untitled memoir is expected to debut in spring 2014, while Berry and DeJesus are expected to document their experiences in a book set for release in 2015.
Castro was sentenced to life and hanged himself on September 3, 2013.
Source: Jet Magazine