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were eagerly awaiting the boy's return, though he did not know when that would be.
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ongoing investigation. They learned of his rescue when an FBI agent at the scene called the agent staying with the family.
Betty Jean Ransbottom told The Associated Press the boy seemed fine in the hospital on Monday after his rescue, but the family isn't sure yet how he is doing mentally.
Parker stands at the entrance to the school every day as the children arrive, and described the boy as a friendly, energetic child who comes up, shakes his hand and then continues on into the school as if he's in a hurry.
Neighbours said they heard a bang and gunshots, but the FBI wouldn't confirm that.
"It was horrible. I never went through anything so horrible," she said.
Debra Cook, Ransbottom's sister, said the family was grateful for the community's prayers and support. Fliers around town asked people to pray for the boy, and others gathered at nightly vigils to pray for his safe return.
The grandmother of a 5 year old held hostage for a week in an underground bunker in rural Alabama said Tuesday the boy is OK physically, but she fears the ordeal could stay with him the rest of his life.
The boy was reunited with his mother and taken to a hospital to be checked out. Officials have said he has Asperger's syndrome and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Woodrow Hilboldt said Tuesday that officials had not yet removed Dykes' body from the underground shelter. Hilboldt said he does not know how Dykes died because he has not yet examined the body. Hilboldt said the body will be taken to Montgomery for an autopsy, though he did not know exactly when that may happen.
Neighbours had described Dykes as a nuisance who once beat a dog to death with a lead pipe, threatened to shoot children for setting foot on his property and patrolled his yard at night with a flashlight and a firearm. A Vietnam War veteran, Dykes had some scrapes with the law in Florida, one involving a weapon and another marijuana.
On Tuesday, FBI bomb technicians were to continue scouring the property for any explosive devices as officials prepared to collect evidence and more thoroughly study the site, said FBI special agent Jason Pack.
Ransbottom said she cried herself to sleep every night while the boy was being held hostage, and that she didn't sleep much while she awaited news.
Dale County Sheriff Wally Olson said Dykes was armed when officers entered the bunker. He added the boy was threatened, but declined to elaborate.
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Earlier Tuesday, Cook had told ABC's "Good Morning America" that the boy was happy and playing with toys, including a dinosaur.
The boy was abducted from a school bus last week after 65 year old Jimmy Lee Dykes shot the driver and took the child back to a bunker on his property.
"We'd love to have him back tomorrow," he said.
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"He has gone through a terrible ordeal, and I don't know if he will ever get over it," Cook told the AP. "I just want him to be all right."
Ransbottom said an FBI agent stayed with the family the entire time the boy was being held hostage, but officials are not giving the family much information because of the Air Huarache Light Ash Black Cool Grey
School officials said at a news conference Tuesday that they planned to have a party to celebrate the boy's birthday, which is Wednesday, though they had not yet set a date for the party. The celebration, likely at the high school football field, would also honour the memory of Charles Albert Poland Jr., the bus driver credited as a hero for his actions to keep nearly two dozen other children on the bus safe.
After FBI agents determined that talks with an increasingly agitated Dykes were breaking down, they stormed the shelter Monday afternoon and freed the child.
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