The California 'House Of Horror' kids are slowly getting a sample of what normal life means.
While they have been staying in touch with their 7 older siblings via Skype.
The children – who were often tortured and chained-up for days on end – are adjusting to their new-found freedom by watching movies like 'Star Wars' while eating lasagna, fish and burritos.
They are also getting to play outdoors simple activities that they could not do under their parents' brutal regime.
The 13 Turpin siblings, whose ages range from two to 29, endured years of abuse including starvation, being chained to beds, and assault.
Six of the children who are underage were released from the Corona Regional Medical Center and split into two foster homes, sources say.
All of the children, besides the two year old, were malnourished and had to be hospitalized.
And the adult children are looking forward to living more productive lives and starting new careers.
"Most of all, they're looking forward to being independent and coming up with a game plan for their life," said lawyer Jack Osborn, whose law firm was appointed by the court to represent the older siblings,
"They love to draw, they love to create things, they're very musical.
"Both listening to it and learning music to play. And they do a lot of crafts. It's been really wonderful for them."
The authorities were notified after a 17-year-old girl escaped through a window and contacted the local police.
Their parents pled not guilty to the charges and are currently being held on $12 million bail while being ordered not to communicate with their family.
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