The children from the House of Horrors are “moving on”.

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The following contains details of child abuse and neglect, which may be triggering for survivors. If you are in need of support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14.

They carry a surname that millions around the world associate with unfathomable cruelty, and they carry trauma that no person should ever have to endure.

But more than two years on from their rescue, the 13 Turpin children are forging new lives away from their abusive parents and the ‘house of horrors’ in which they were held captive for so many years.

“They’re all happy,” Riverside County Deputy District Attorney Kevin Beecham told PEOPLE this week. “They are moving on with their lives.”

Their rescue.

The children, from California, were the survivors of one of the worst child abuse and neglect cases in recent US history.

Their parents, David and Louise Turpin, were each sentenced to 25 years behind bars in April…

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