Carolyn Thomas returns six years later to talk to Oprah about where she is today and how she managed to reclaim her life after being shot at point-blank range by her abuser, Terrence Kelly. Carolyn also hears from Kelly, for the first time since the shooting, when Oprah’s camera crew travels to Texas for an exclusive interview inside his correctional facility.
Domestic Violence survivor Carolyn Thomas first appeared on The Oprah Show in June of 2005. At the time, Carolyn was in the midst of what would ultimately become 13 reconstructive surgeries after losing 80% of her face from the gun shot blast. With her face heavily bandaged, Carolyn was still traumatized by her injuries and the murder of her mother, Janice Reeves, during the same violent attack by Kelly, in December of 2003. But wait until you see Carolyn now! Tune in to The Oprah Winfrey Show and see what a difference six years can make!