Pictures taken from a property listing show an unassuming property before the ‘serial killer’ moved in


Footage of the home where the bodies of three women were found after they were killed by a suspected serial killer first surfaced on Tuesday.

The photos show the interior and backyard of a home in Springfield, Massachusetts before it was purchased by Stewart Weldon’s mother.

Weldon, 40, was arrested by police for kidnapping but has not been charged in the deaths of three women whose bodies were found at the property.

Interior photos courtesy of real estate site Zillow.

The exterior of the house at 1333 Page Blvd. in Springfield from 2016 before Stewart Weldon’s mother bought it

The lawn and landscaping of the home on Page Boulevard looked immaculate in this 2016 photo. Investigators stayed at the home on June 4 where they dug rectangular holes in the overgrown yard

Police found three bodies

Police discovered three bodies “in and around” the house. This is a photo from 2016 before Weldon’s family owned the house

A photo of the backyard is seen in the image above.  It was reported that the backyard was dug up looking for evidence

A photo of the backyard is seen in the image above. It was reported that the backyard was dug up looking for evidence

One of the three bedrooms in the house can be seen in the image above

One of the three bedrooms in the house can be seen in the image above

The photo above shows the main living area as it looked before Weldon moved in

The photo above shows the main living area as it looked before Weldon moved in

The kitchen of the house can be seen in the image above.  Weldon's mother, Constance White, bought the house in May 2016 for $125,000

The kitchen of the house can be seen in the image above. Weldon’s mother, Constance White, bought the house in May 2016 for $125,000

A bathroom at the property

A bathroom at the property

The images on the left and right show the interior of a bathroom at the property

The images above show the kitchen inside the home in Springfield, Massachusetts

The images above show the kitchen inside the home in Springfield, Massachusetts

The images above show the kitchen inside the home in Springfield, Massachusetts

The room above looks well furnished and the walls are painted purple

The room above looks well furnished and the walls are painted purple

The value of the property has increased dramatically in just three years.  In 2012, the estimated value of the house was $70,000

The value of the property has increased dramatically in just three years. In 2012, the estimated value of the house was $70,000

Another of the home's three bedrooms is seen above.  Renting would have cost a tenant about $1,300 a month, Zillow says

Another of the home’s three bedrooms is seen above. Renting would have cost a tenant about $1,300 a month, Zillow says

The distraught relatives of three women whose bodies were found in the Springfield ‘serial killer’ house of horrors last week have spoken of their shock and grief.

America Lyden, 33, Kayla Escalante, 27, and Ernestine Ryans, 47, were identified Monday as the women whose bodies were discovered May 30 and 31 at Weldon’s home in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Ryans had been missing since March, Lyden since December and Escalante reportedly disappeared around the same time.

America Lyden was reported missing in December, the same month Weldon was released

Kayla Escalante also disappeared around the same time.  Both were found dead on his property on May 30 and 31

America Lyden (left) was reported missing in December, the same month Weldon was released. Kayla Escalante (right) also disappeared around the same time. Both were found dead on his property on May 30 and 31

Weldon was arrested on May 27 after being found with a woman in his car who claimed to have kidnapped her. She had been stabbed in the stomach and told police she thought she was going to die.

Ernestine Ryans, 47, was the third woman found dead.  She had been missing since March

Ernestine Ryans, 47, was the third woman found dead. She had been missing since March

On Tuesday, as prosecutors continued to build their case against him (he has been charged with two counts of kidnapping but is not yet charged over the bodies), families of the victims urged authorities to take tough and fast.

“She didn’t deserve her life to end the way she did.

“And that’s the hardest part for us that she died alone and we couldn’t be there to help her,” Ernestine’s brother Anthony told NBC Connecticut on Tuesday.

Escalante filed a police report in December, but it is believed to be the last record of his life.

The 27-year-old was the mother of a child.

America Lyden, who also went by America Canales, was reported missing by her family in December, but had not been seen by them since last June.

Police are pictured searching the man's home on May 31.  Weldon was already in custody after being arrested for a broken taillight.  He had a woman in the car who said she was his hostage

Police are pictured searching the man’s home on May 31. Weldon was already in custody after being arrested for a broken taillight. He had a woman in the car who said she was his hostage

Flowers and candles are left with a message, "I love you yakla" on Page Boulevard outside the house

Flowers and candles are left with a message, “I love you Yakla” on Page Boulevard outside the house

Diamond Matos Canales, left, Marco Martinez, center, standing as a neighbor offers his condolences to the siblings and their mother, Mardeli Canales, seated, sister of America Lyden Canales, one of Weldon's victims

Diamond Matos Canales, left, Marco Martinez, center, standing as a neighbor offers his condolences to the siblings and their mother, Mardeli Canales, seated, sister of America Lyden Canales, one of Weldon’s victims

Marco Martinez, nephew of America Lyden Canales, one of Weldon's victims, stands with his mother and his sister of America, Mardeli Canales, near the house in which his body was found

Marco Martinez, nephew of America Lyden Canales, one of Weldon’s victims, stands with his mother and his sister of America, Mardeli Canales, near the house in which his body was found

On Monday, his cousin paid tribute to him, saying, “America was very much loved by his family, very deeply, unconditionally.”

Weldon was arrested in October last year after confronting nine cops who saw him beat up a woman in the street.  In December, he was released on bail.  He is pictured in his May 27 mugshot

Weldon was arrested in October last year after confronting nine cops who saw him beat up a woman in the street. In December, he was released on bail. He is pictured in his May 27 mugshot

Her sister Mari said the discovery of her body was a devastating end to months of searching.

“This is clearly not the outcome many of us had hoped for and prayed for.

“As most of you know, America had been missing for many months.

“Friends and family as well as Springfield police have been looking for her since last December,” she said.

She later told the Republican that her sister was “sweet” and a mother of two daughters.

“My sister was a good human being.

“She was just going through her struggles,” she said.

She shared how they last spoke a year ago and her sister was known to disconnect at times.

Escalante’s family has yet to comment.

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