Who are Elisabeth Fritzl's children? | The Sun

ELIZABETH FRIZL'S ordeal at the hands of her father has gone down as one of the most disturbing crimes in history.

Here, we look at what happened and who her children are.

Who are Elisabeth Fritzl's children?

Elisabeth Fritzl had seven children fathered by her sick dad Josef Fritzl as he held her captive in the basement of her family home in Anstetten, Austria.

Kerstin, the eldest, was born August 30, 1988, Stefan (February 1, 1990), Lisa (August 29, 1992) and Monika (February 26, 1994) followed.

On April 28, 1996, Elisabeth gave birth to twins, Alexander and Michael, with Michael dying at just three days old.

Then on December 16, 2002, she gave birth to her youngest son Felix.


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How many of Elisabeth's children were held hostage?

Elisabeth was held captive with three of her children.

Kerstin, Stefan and Felix spent their entire lives in the cellar until they were freed in 2008.

Elisabeth's other children were brought up by Fritzl and Elisabeth's mother Rosemarie – as he led his wife to believe that they were left at the doorstep by their “missing” daughter, who was unable to care for them.

Where are her children now?

Under new identities, Elisabeth now lives with her six surviving children in a tiny hamlet in the Austrian countryside, which is only referred to by the country's media as Village X.

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The children, now aged between 18 and 32, sleep in rooms with doors permanently open after undergoing weekly therapy sessions to eliminate the traumas they suffered inside the cellar.

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