New update - Josef Fritzl's wife return to dungeon house

New update from Mirror UK that the wife of incest dungeon monster Josef Fritzl has returned home to collect the toys and clothes of the secret family he imprisoned.

Rosemarie Fritzl pulled up in a battered red Volkswagen, with the number plate UU 389 BP, outside the three - storey house in Ybbstrasse, Amstetten, Austria.

The gated garden doors were opened by two police officers who are permanently stationed there to keep ghoulish tourists at bay.

Rosemarie, 67, dressed in beige trousers and light blue top, went inside with a female relative.
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The pair left an hour later with several large suitcases and bags.

It was the first time a member of the Fritzl family had been back. Rosemarie plucked up courage to go in the cellar where Fritzl, 73, held daughter Elisabeth, 42, as a sex slave for 24 years.

He fathered seven children with her - one dying as a baby. Kerstin, 19, Stefan, 18, and Felix, five, spent all their life underground.

But he allowed Lisa, 16, Monika, 14, and Alexander, 12, to live a "normal" existence above ground.

Rosemarie collected Elisabeth's clothes and personal effects as well as Felix's favourite toys.

An insider said yesterday: "It was quite an ordeal for Rosemarie to go back there for the first time but she wanted to get the things for the children.

"Mentally it was tough to go back into the house. It has become something of a symbol of evil for her. She was shattered by the revelations of what happened to her daughter and the monstrous charade that her husband acted out over two decades."

Police had given Rosemarie special permission to enter the house, which is still a crime scene.

Gerhard Sedlacek, a court spokesman in Amstetten, last night confirmed no member of the Fritzl family ever wants to return. The house may be razed.

A hotographer spotted Rosemarie. He said: "She had to drive past tourists laughing and posing outside the 'House of Horrors'.

"It must have been terrible for her. She hurried inside and didn't look back at all."

The family was rescued in April when Fritzl, who will face trial in the autumn, allowed Kerstin to go to hospital.

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