Keeping It in La FamilleFor more than 200 years, members of an incestuous religious cult have been living in central Paris in near-total secrecy

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Growing up in the 1950s, Denis Sandoz dreamed of escape. He was the youngest of 13 children living at 18 Rue d’Avron, in Paris’s 20th Arrondissement, and was the only family member to receive any formal education. His mother always cried with regret while walking past the local school.

Because he was his mother’s favorite, Sandoz, an inconspicuous boy with brown hair and brown eyes, was allowed to attend public school starting at the age of 12, but his father pulled him out just two years later. From then on, he worked in a mechanic’s shop at Porte de Montreuil with three of his cousins. “I was deprived of the world,” Sandoz, now 80, says in an interview with the authors. “I wanted to see the world, the beautiful world.”


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