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The family received regular visits from social workers, who saw and heard nothing to arouse their suspicions.
(380 to 590 sq ft), putting Elisabeth and her children to work for years digging out soil with their hands.
Almost a month later, her father handed over a letter to the police, the first of several that he had forced Elisabeth to write while in captivity.
The letter, postmarked Braunau, stated that she was tired of living with her family and was staying with a friend; she warned her parents not to look for her or she would leave the country.
At Maine's Baxter State Park, home to the trail's final summit on Mount Katahdin, officials say thru-hikers are flouting park rules by openly using drugs and drinking alcohol, camping where they aren't supposed to, and trying to pass their pets off as service dogs.
Hundreds of miles away, misbehaving hikers contributed to a small Pennsylvania community's recent decision to shutter the sleeping quarters it had offered for decades in the basement of its municipal building.
According to his sister-in-law Christine, Josef went into the basement every morning at , ostensibly to draw plans for machines which he sold to firms.
The Fritzl case emerged in April 2008 when a woman named Elisabeth Fritzl (born 6 April 1966) told police in the town of Amstetten, Austria, that she had been held captive for 24 years behind eight locked doors in a concealed corridor part of the basement area of the large family house by her father, Josef Fritzl (born 9 April 1935), and that Fritzl had physically assaulted, sexually abused, and raped her numerous times during her imprisonment.
The captives had a television, radio, and videocassette player.
Food could be stored in a refrigerator and cooked or heated on hot plates.
Elisabeth helped him carry Kerstin out of the dungeon and saw the outside world for the first time in 24 years.
He forced her to return to the dungeon, where she remained for a final week.
After his arrest, he admitted that he repeatedly raped her.