The dungeon that witnessed Elisabeth Fritzl's pain and agony at the hands of her father Josef may be demolished and filled in with concrete, it has emerged.
Along with Fritzl's other properties, his house in Amstetten, Austria was placed on the market. But even after many months, the place found no buyers.
Liquidator Walter Anzboeck is selling the house to cover Fritzl's mortgage and bank debts following his imprisonment for life on rape, kidnap and child killing charges, reports The Daily Express.
Also, Anzboeck has ruled out plans to open the home as a macabre museum or to rent it to a TV station for a documentary on the case, and is considering plans to demolish the house, and fill in the basement before selling it on as a building lot. Buyers for Fritzl's other properties have been found.
Fritzl raped his daughter 3,000 times, fathered seven children by her and held her prisoner in a 5ft-high cellar beneath the family home for 24 years.