\n<strong>COME HOME ALIVE: PARADISE LOST<br \/>(A Documentary on the 2001 Dos Palmas Kidnapping)<br \/>Airing on GMA News TV, September 29, Sunday, 11PM<\/strong><br \/><br \/><img alt="" src="http:\/\/images.gmanews.tv\/v3\/webpics\/v3\/2013\/09\/2013_09_25_09_22_13.png" style="width: 640px; height: 360px;" \/><br \/><br \/>On May 27, 2001, a breathtaking island hideaway in Palawan was visited by a nightmare. Gunmen from the terrorist group Abu Sayyaf stormed the beach of the Dos Palmas Island Resort and rounded up 16 tourists and four of the staff. <br \/><br \/>Among them were Americans Martin and Gracia Burnham, who were there to celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary. After looting the hotel, the Abu Sayyaf escaped via speedboat across the Sulu Sea to Basilan, taking along their captives.<br \/><br \/>Over the course of a year, some hostages escaped, some were killed, and some were released. But the Burnhams, along with captive Deborah Yap were held for 376 days … until Scout Rangers located the terrorist group and opened fire. Only Gracia would survive.<br \/><br \/>GMA News TV airs the History Channel documentary “Come Home Alive: Paradise Lost” that offers a firsthand account by survivor Gracia Burnham and expert analysis on the crisis and the bloody fire fight that ended it.<br \/><br \/>From the moment the attackers emerged from the jungle to the bloody culmination of the year-long saga, “Come Home Alive: Paradise Lost” tracks the ordeal that cost the lives of several hostages and attracted worldwide attention to the Muslim separatist movement in the Philippines. At the center of this harrowing tale are Martin and Gracia Burnham, American missionaries who had served poor Filipinos since 1986.<br \/><br \/>The historical documentary “Come Home Alive: Paradise Lost” airs on GMA News TV Channel 11 on September 29, Sunday at 11PM.