TODAY   |  August 14, 2013

Someone claiming to be Hannah Anderson posting online

16-year old kidnapping survivor Hannah Anderson hasn’t made any public appearances since her rescue, but it appears Hannah – or someone posing as her – has been speaking out on an online message board. The identity of the poster is unconfirmed. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.

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>> we're learning more about hannah anderson's abduction ordeal and the information is coming from her herself. good morning to you.

>> reporter: good morning, you could say it's a virtual news conference on a website that allows those to post questions on a users page. while authorities and the family have not said it's indeed hannah , reports began surfacing yesterday in a san diego newspaper about someone claiming to be her. the questions came from friends and strangers posting on ask fm. the account in hannah anderson's name was established long before her abduction. no activity starting the day she disappeared and the page came alive monday after she returned to california but we don't know if she is the one posting. one response claims that james dimaggio had a gun and threatened to kill me and anyone that tried to help. it also discussed how he burned down his house east of san diego saying he had it set to where it could catch on fire at a certain time. investigators say hannah didn't learn that hthe bodies of her mother and brother were inside the home until after she was rescued. why didn't you tell your parents he creeped you out. the answer, he was dad's best friend . as for why he did it? because he's psycho. when asked if he is happy the fbi shot dimaggio or would she prefer he spent life in prison? the post reads shot him. he deserved what he got. it also has photos of hannah , including her freshly painted nails. in honor of her mom and her brother ethan. there's a powerful message to the murdered relatives. it hasn't even hit me yet that you're gone. i don't want to believe it. i already miss you guys so much. but god needed two perfect angels with him up there to get me home.

>> now on a few occasions reporters chimed in with questions and the response was you don't know the story and you don't need to. someone also asks if her father knows she is posting. the response on the web page was, yes.

>> all right. joe friar in san diego . thank you so