New Documentary Features Unbelievable Story of an LDS Orphan

by | Sep. 30, 2016

Makes You Think

Following high praise from the Huffington Post, the new book The Orphan Keeper is based on the true story of a Latter-day Saint, a story that landed a top slot between Sunday's conference sessions as it is retold in the documentary Lost in India: A Boy's Journey Home.

The Orphan Keeper details the life of Chellamuthu, a 7-year-old who is kidnapped from his family and sold to an orphanage. After an unsuspecting couple from the United States adopt him, a series of life-changing events lead him to clues about his past. 

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Watch the trailer for the documentary, which will air on Sunday at noon on KSL TV Channel 5, between sessions of general conference. 

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Read the novel based on the incredible true story, The Orphan Keeper, available at Deseret Book.

From the best-selling author of The Rent Collector, Camron Wright shares a deeply moving and gripping journey of discovering one's self and the unbreakable family bonds that connect us forever.

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