[W]hile Ball limited how far his own children could go after this tragedy, he already sensed that that fear was coming at a price. Despite the horror of what happened to our family, he knew, children were more likely to die from an accident inside the home than to get abducted and killed. "That's where the danger is," he told me, "but that's not where danger is in the minds of the parents."David Kushner, Alligator Candy: A Memoir (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2016), ch. 41.