On an otherwise nondescript November night in 1997, Sandra Sully pulled into her own apartment building’s car park.
There was a man there waiting for her. He had a gun in hand and a balaclava covering his face.
Recalling the incident in a recent interview with Stellar, Sully says she remembers a man grabbing her by the shoulders, then her hair. She did not know who he was, what he wanted or where he came from.
“I started fighting,” she told the magazine. “He put a gun to my head.”
As she fought, they fell to the ground. He held the gun to her head and pulled the trigger.