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Thu May 23, 2013
Gawkers Showing Up At Castro Home
There is apparently no shortage of people who want to see the house where three once-missing Cleveland women were found alive.
Michael Anderson drove up from Columbus to get an in-person view of the home on Seymour Avenue.
And Belinda Harrison came to Cleveland from Louisiana.
A police officer is stationed outside of the home of suspected kidnapper Ariel Castro 24 hours a day to protect the crime scene. There is also a ten-foot-tall fence around the house to keep people from getting too close. Police say Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight were held in the home for roughly a decade.