Investigators remain on-scene at a Page Boulevard home where the bodies of three women were found last week.
Officials said that they plan to remain at the home for quite some time.
The man who lived at the home - Stewart Weldon - remains in jail with bail set at $1 million for each of two separate kidnapping cases.
We're getting an inside look at the Springfield home now called a 'house of horrors.'
From the outside, the house on Page Boulevard doesn't appear threatening.
Real estate photos were taken years ago when the house was on the market. It was sold in May 2016.
According to public records, it was Stewart Weldon's mother, Constance White, who bought the house.
However, these photos, while possibly many years old, at least give us an inside look at the house where those three women were found dead.
From video, you can see the house is located on busy Page Boulevard.
It's a modest three bedroom, two bathroom house with a large backyard and large unfinished basement.
In these photos, the grass is trimmed and landscaped.
Of course, more recently, the yard has been overturned as investigators use ground penetrating radar to search for evidence and possibly more bodies.
We do know that the bodies of those three women were found "in and around the house," according to Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni.
The district attorney has not said where exactly on the property those bodies were found, but these photos show deep closets, large plots of grass, and the dark unfinished basement.
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