The case of the "Blackstone House of Horrors" was brought back to court Thursday.

Attorneys for Erika Murray, who had been living in piles of filth and with the skeletons of her three babies, aimed to get five of the nine charges against her dropped.

Murray has been accused of murdering two of her babies, as well as concealing the death of her newborn, whose body was found with the umbilical cord still attached. Her attorney said there was no evidence of a cause of death.

Her attorney looked to get those three charges dismissed, as well as two charges of reckless endangerment.

The babies’ bodies were found among trash and feces piled up inside of the Blackstone home. 

Her other four children, ranging in age from 5 months to 13-years-old, as well as Murray’s boyfriend, were also living in the home. Murray’s boyfriend also faces charges.

Prosecutors say the two youngest children were severely neglected. 

Murray has been in custody since her arrest in 2014.

Judge Shannon Frison said that she will rule on the three charges looking to be dismissed at a February 25th hearing. Murray will be present.

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