Elisabeth Fritzl

 
Fritzl admits murder, enslavement
Fritzl admits murder, enslavement
An Austrian who fathered seven children with a daughter he locked in a cellar for 24 years pleaded guilty on Wednesday to enslavement and murder,...
Living in a cellar: Elisabeth Fritzl's home for 24 years
Living in a cellar: Elisabeth Fritzl's home for 24 years
The narrow, windowless space had no heating, no hot water, no sunlight or fresh air, but it was Elisabeth Fritzl's home and that of her children...
Cellar victim to testify against father
Cellar victim to testify against father
Elisabeth Fritzl, the Austrian woman who was held hostage in a cellar by her father for 24 years, has begun to tell her story to prosecutors, in...
Incest family sees the sun
Incest family sees the sun
The family of Austrian incest father Josef Fritzl has been able to enjoy outdoor activities and even leave the clinic where they are staying...
How the family may start leading a normal life
How the family may start leading a normal life
Psychologists experienced in helping the victims of hostage taking, sexual abuse and prolonged isolation say that great care will need to be used...
Family meets 'cellar siblings' for first time
Family meets 'cellar siblings' for first time
"Astonishing" and "moving", were the words used by psychiatrists on Tuesday to describe the scene as Elisabeth Fritzl and five of her children were...
Tests show Austrian fathered daughter's children
Tests show Austrian fathered daughter's children
DNA tests showed that Austrian Josef Fritzl, who raped his daughter and kept her prisoner in a windowless cellar for 24 years, was the father of...

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