Cleveland Suicide Note Shocking: New Information About Ariel Castro’s Disturbing Letter; Terrifying Details Explain Reason Behind Kidnapping [PHOTOS & REPORT]

By Staff Reporter May 9, 2013 11:08 AM EDT
Onil Castro, Pedro Castro and Ariel Castro stand in the courtroom during Ariel's arraignment on rape and kidnapping charges May 9, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. Ariel Castro is accused of abducting Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus and holding them for about 10 years.
Onil Castro, Pedro Castro and Ariel Castro stand in the courtroom during Ariel's arraignment on rape and kidnapping charges May 9, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. Ariel Castro is accused of abducting Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus and holding them for about 10 years.

The Cleveland suicide note, written by Ariel Castro,was recently found by police inside the home where the kidnapper held three women captive for ten years.

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The bone-chilling note was written in 2004 by Castro and explains his rationale behind the kidnappings and how he did it. According to reports the former school-bus driver questions why he captured three women and kept them in his Ohio home for several years enduring horrible conditions.

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Reporter Ed Gallek of 19 Actions News leaked some of the Cleveland suicide note on Twitter that gave exclusive insight of the madness behind Castro's kidnapping.

"I am a sexual predator. I need help," Taylor's tweets of the Cleveland suicide note began.

Ariel Castro (R) stands with his public defender, Kathleen DeMetz, during his arraignment on kidnapping and rape charges on May 9, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. Castro is accused of abducting three girls, Michelle Knight, 32, Amanda Berry, 27 and Gina DeJesus, believed to be about 23 and holding them for about 10-years
Ariel Castro (R) stands with his public defender, Kathleen DeMetz, during his arraignment on kidnapping and rape charges on May 9, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. Castro is accused of abducting three girls, Michelle Knight, 32, Amanda Berry, 27 and Gina DeJesus, believed to be about 23 and holding them for about 10-years

The kidnapper, along with his two brothers Pedro and Olin, are sitting in the city jail in separate cells of Ohio which means that Castro never did go through with his suicide.

But because of the Cleveland suicide note authorities are given more information of this bizarre and horrific kidnapping.

The note "puts some blame on the victims for getting in the car with him, and it refers to family problems and a poor childhood" according to 19 Action News.

As the case of the found-missing women gets further into the investigation, more strange details are leaked. According to law-enforcement accounts the women were impregnated up to a total of five times and mercilessly beaten.

"One of the women suffered up to three miscarriages," an ABC affiliate reported. "The only surviving child of the pregnancies, a terrified 6-year-old girl, was saved from the house along with her mother, Berry."

A missing poster still rests on a tree outside the home of Amanda Berry Wednesday, May 8, 2013, in Cleveland. Berry, 27, Michelle Knight, 32, and Gina DeJesus had apparently been held captive in a house since their teens or early 20s, police said.
A missing poster still rests on a tree outside the home of Amanda Berry Wednesday, May 8, 2013, in Cleveland. Berry, 27, Michelle Knight, 32, and Gina DeJesus had apparently been held captive in a house since their teens or early 20s, police said.

At the birth of Berry's child, Michelle Knight reportedly saved the lives of the two after Castro threatened to kill Berry if the child perished.

Another strange fact about the kidnapping was that Berry was friends with Castro's daughter, which is how he was able to capture her. The Cleveland man who wrote the suicide note lied to Berry that he would drive her to his house so she could hang out with his daughter but instead locked Berry down the basement and chained her.

In addition to physically beating the missing women he would also mentally abuse them by playing cruel games. Castro reportedly would tell the women he was leaving to see if the women would try to escape. If they did ... they were beaten.

The missing Cleveland women also explained that Castro would make them celebrate their anniversaries of being kidnapped by giving them cake.

It's clear the bizarre information of the Ohio kidnapping continues and Cleveland suicide note won't be the end of this terrifying story. The horrifying ordeal is being played out in the media as we learn more.

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