“It was wonderful,” Nancy Curtis told ABC's Amy Robach in a sit-down interview. “Usually, he doesn’t have a lot to say to me, you know, typical guy… [but] he was so over-the-top excited. I think, obviously, he has to decompress. He has been through so much, so many terrible things I don’t know about, and don’t really want to know about.”
Peter Theo Curtis, 45, of Massachusetts, had been held for 22 months by Syrian terrorist group Jabhat Al-Nusrah, a different terror group than the ISIS extremists who beheaded U.S. photojournalist James Foley.