When mother and daughter left the property together to pick up a car, Dixon chased them in his Subaru station-wagon, weaving through peak-hour traffic, with lights flashing.
Hills pulled over for Gunbie to speak with Dixon, but Gunbie then decided to go with him.
Hills remembers clutching her daughter's hands, pleading with her not to go. "I told her I felt she was going to die. It was just a feeling I had. She laughed and told me not to be so silly."