House Of Horrors: New Details About Where Amanda Berry Was Kept For 10 Years

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May. 7 2013, Updated 10:15 a.m. ET

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New details about the house of horrors where Amanda Berry and 2 other women have been kept for a decade.

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Amanda Berry Kidnapper House

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Police swarmed 2207 Seymour Avenue in Cleveland on Monday after Amanda Berry broke free and called 911. A neighbor tells RadarOnline that Berry said she was locked in the basemen with a chain. The house is an active crime scene as authorities figure out what went on inside for the past decade. The owner of the house and his brothers have been arrested. Authorities admitted they previously made a visit to the home but did not make contact with anyone.

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Police swarmed 2207 Seymour Avenue in Cleveland on Monday after Amanda Berry broke free and called 911. A neighbor tells RadarOnline that Berry said she was locked in the basemen with a chain. The house is an active crime scene as authorities figure out what went on inside for the past decade. The owner of the house and his brothers have been arrested. Authorities admitted they previously made a visit to the home but did not make contact with anyone.

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Media swarmed the house on Seymour Avenue after Amanda Berry broke free and ran to neighbor Charles Ramsey for help. Both called 911. A neighbor helped kick down part of the door on the house. Ramsey said his now-arrested neighbor Ariel Castro never struck him as hiding a secret.

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Media swarmed the house on Seymour Avenue after Amanda Berry broke free and ran to neighbor Charles Ramsey for help. Both called 911. A neighbor helped kick down part of the door on the house. Ramsey said his now-arrested neighbor Ariel Castro never struck him as hiding a secret.

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Charles Ramsey was on his porch across the street when he heard Amanda Berry's cries for help on May 6. The house where Berry and two other women plus Berry's daughter were held has an open porch. Ariel Castro, 52, the owner of the house was arrested along with his two brothers, who previously owned the home and sold it to him in 1992.

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Charles Ramsey was on his porch across the street when he heard Amanda Berry's cries for help on May 6. The house where Berry and two other women plus Berry's daughter were held has an open porch. Ariel Castro, 52, the owner of the house was arrested along with his two brothers, who previously owned the home and sold it to him in 1992.

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Ariel Castro's home is in a heavily populated area, with a church nearby. One man who claimed to be related to Castro expressed shock and said his family had interacted with Gina DeJesus over the years.

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Ariel Castro's home is in a heavily populated area, with a church nearby. One man who claimed to be related to Castro expressed shock and said his family had interacted with Gina DeJesus over the years.

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Amanda Berry Kidnapper House

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No one knew the evil that lurked within this house in a rundown section of Cleveland as Amanda Berry, her daughter, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight spent a decade imprisoned. Official records show the house is 1796 square feet with only one bathroom and an unfinished basement. Berry told a neighbor she was imprisoned in the basement.

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No one knew the evil that lurked within this house in a rundown section of Cleveland as Amanda Berry, her daughter, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight spent a decade imprisoned. Official records show the house is 1796 square feet with only one bathroom and an unfinished basement. Berry told a neighbor she was imprisoned in the basement.

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Amanda Berry Kidnapper House

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Now-arrested Ariel Castrol bought this house for $12,000 on April 29, 1992 from his brothers. All three are in police custody.

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Now-arrested Ariel Castrol bought this house for $12,000 on April 29, 1992 from his brothers. All three are in police custody.

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This sketch of the house where the women were kept is part of Cleveland's public records on the property. It reveals the home had an unfinished basement, four bedrooms and only one bathroom. Neighbor Angel Cordero helped rescue Berry and told RadarOnline she said she was chained into the basement.

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