Hungarian National Asset Management sells the property of the late serial killer András Pándy. The house of horrors became the property of the Hungarian state after everyone gave up their inheritance. The house of the pastor, considered the most evil Hungarian man of all time, is located in a suburban street in Dunakeszi and has become state property. Now, it is for sale.
The former home of the most ruthless Hungarian criminal of all time stands in a suburban street of Dunakeszi and has become state property. According to Blikk’s information, after the elderly András Pándy was sent to a Belgian prison for the slaughter of his wife, children and mistresses, the murderer’s home in Hungary was inherited by his stepdaughter, who managed to escape from her despicable father. But she renounced the inheritance, so it passed to the Hungarian state.
The pastor bought the house in Dunakeszi in the 1990s. He returned home just as the noose was tightening around his neck in Belgium. There, the authorities were investigating his missing family members and lovers (who, it later turned out, he murdered and dissolved in acid). Pándy spent a few years there, fabricating false evidence to dispel suspicions about him. For example, he used extras to impersonate his missing family members and sent the tapes to Belgium.
Pastor Pándy was in prison in a Belgian jailhouse for the slaughter of his wife, children and mistress, where he died 9 years ago. The cold-blooded murderer raped his foster daughters and had an affair with his own daughter. After he had finished with his victims, he dismembered them, dissolved them in a drain-cleaning chemical, acid. After that, he took the packages to a slaughterhouse, szmo.hu reports.
The house was completely searched by investigators in 1997 when Pándy was arrested, but no evidence was found. The property has not been occupied since, and is now covered in dense undergrowth. The serial killer’s house is on a shared plot of land, of which the man next door was unaware.
“In the 1950s, the site of András Pándy’s house was still a pigsty. The house was fenced off and rebuilt in the 1960s by the owners of the time. If our family is still part owner of the land, we are thinking of buying it. We are not bothered about the past, it is over and no one has been murdered here,” the anonymous neighbour told the Blikk.
László Balogh, head of ingatlan.com, confirmed that if a plot of land is in undivided joint ownership, the co-owners have the right of first purchase. This means that if someone applies for the advertisement and makes an offer, the co-owner of the plot has the right to buy the property before them for the same price. Experts say that the house of horrors will not sell, even though there was no specific murder. Buyers often make emotional decisions, so a serial killer former owner may discourage them.
Source: Blikk.hu, szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu, ingatlan.com