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Ozzy Osbourne’s Music Saves Autistic Boy

Rocker’s song was used to draw lost kid out of wilderness

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An eight-year-old autistic boy in Twin Peaks, California was lured out of the wilderness by San Bernardino County sheriff's officers blasting the music of Ozzy Osbourne.

Joshua Robb was found about a mile and a half away from his elementary school in Twin Peaks over 24 hours after disappearing on Monday morning. Rescuers had played the boy's favorite songs – Ozzy Osbourne's "No More Tears" and Alan Jackson's "Good Time" – to lure him out of the woods, where he was found hiding behind a bush.

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Robb has since been placed in the care of a social worker, as his parents are currently facing child abuse charges for allegedly tying him up with a rope in their home.

[The Daily What]

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