Ohio kidnap house demolished

The house in which Ariel Castro kept three women hostage for nearly 10 years is being demolished.

Castro house blurred out on Google Street View

The house in which Ariel Castro kidnapped and held three women for over decade has been erased by Google.

The residence at 2207 Seymour Avenue has been blurred out on Google Street View.

2207 Seymour Avenue has been blurred out on Google Street View. Credit: Google Maps

Castro's home, dubbed the 'house of horror, was demolished earlier.

In attendance at the demolition was Michelle Knight, who was held captive by Castro for a decade.

Castro was sentenced to life in prison last week after pleading guilty to 937 counts including aggravated murder, rape and assault.

Read: Inside the Ohio kidnapper's home

Castro victim attends Cleveland house demolition

One of the victims held captive for a decade in Ariel Castro's Cleveland house celebrated the property's demolition by handing out and releasing yellow balloons into the air with friends.

Michelle Knight told reporters gathered outside the property that abductees' mothers can have "strength" and "help" in dealing with the memories of the captivity.

Video: Michelle Knight tells Castro: 'I will survive' following captivity

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