In 1984, Josef Fritzel locked his daughter Elisabeth, 18, into the secret cellar he had built in the basement. Family was told she ran away. He kept Elisabeth hidden for 24 years, during which she gave birth to 7 children, one died at 3 days old. 3 of the children were raised by her parents, Josef claiming Elisabeth dropped them on the doorstep. Josef confessed to his crimes when one of the cellar children, age 19, had to be hospitalized. He was found guilty and given a life sentence.
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Ted Bunty, tueur en série
Les lieux où les tueurs en série ont frappé
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Dans la tête du tueur en série
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Police confronted Nannie Doss, and she immediately confessed, laughing throughout the entire interview while gleefully admitting to murdering 11 members of her family. Doss kept right on smiling as she boarded the bus to prison to serve out her life sentence, commenting to a reporter as she left that she didn't feel bad at all about the outcome.