The answer, of course, is the trio young women who broke free from Ariel Castro's torturous grasp on Seymour Avenue in May.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight: Tens of thousands of words have been written about them (with more to come via their respective book deals), but Cleveland and the rest of the world have reveled in the joy of their rescue all year.
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