RAPE DUNGEON; Psycho repeatedly raped four women he kept chained in a 12ft by 8ft cell.Byline: RICHARD WALLACE
A SILENCE of the Lambs-style slavemaster kept four women chained in a dungeon Dungeon - Zork and forced them to keep a diary logging when they'd been raped.
Retired handyman John Jamelske, 67, also kept a 10ft crucifix-like wooden torture device in his back garden, it's claimed.
Police said he kept women, aged from their early teens to 28, in a concrete 12ft by 8ft dungeon under his lawn for up to two years at a time.
His alleged crimes mirror a storyline in the Anthony Hopkins movie Silence of the Lambs, in which a character keeps a girl in a dungeon.
Police in Syracuse, New York
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They believe he travelled the US looking for victims who he would free hundreds of miles from his prison.
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One victim said: "I had to have sex with him every day. He said that was part of the ritual.
"I bathed once every two weeks, with the garden hose in the tub. I had to go to the bathroom in a bucket."
She saw drawings on the walls she thought had been done by other women.
The victim, who was burned with a cigar if she fought, said she heard screams and wondered whether Jamelske had more girls locked behind other steel doors.
Jamelske has been charged with kidnapping, rape and sexual abuse.
A 16-year-old girl, who spent six months in the dungeon, was rescued by police last week after she managed to make a secret telephone call to her sister.
Jamelske's lawyer, Michael Forsyth, said: "When the dust settles, we'll see there's a lot less to this than meets the eye."