He forbade her from using her real name and instead called her "Allissa. When Dugard was in captivity, she secretly wrote down a sort of "bucket list" of items she thought she would never get to do. After hours of questioning, Dugard, who had not been allowed to say her name for years, wrote it down on a piece of paper. We'll notify you here with news about. She said she is not on any dating websites or apps, but would look for a guy who was "caring, has a sense of humor and can laugh at stuff" and who also loves to cook. Since her rescue, Dugard has been coming to a horse ranch as part of her re-entry into the world after being held prisoner. Parole officers came to the Garridos' house a stunning 60 times to check on Phillip Garrido and didn't check the sheds behind the fence in the backyard. ET, her third interview with Sawyer since she first spoke about her horrendous experience in and talked about what she went through, her miraculous rescue and how she's is reacclimating to society.