The upstate horror house where a sicko sex fiend caged kidnapped women in a makeshift dungeon has been sold to one of the victim's brothers and may finally be knocked down to help erase the monstrous memories there.

The $100,000 paid for incarcerated pervert John Jamelske's home in the Syracuse suburb of DeWitt will go to a trust fund set up to benefit his five victims, one of their lawyers told The Post yesterday.

The retired handyman and real estate investor is serving 18 years to life after pleading guilty to kidnapping the women, whom he kept as sex slaves from 1988 to 2003.

Wilson's other sister, Angela, told the paper that her brother, who is stationed in Iraq, wanted to buy the house to give Jamelske's victims closure.

The younger sister of Ishmael and Angela was barely 16 when Jamelske abducted her and kept her captive for six months in a two-room concrete bunker built under his back yard. The girl was able to call her sister, who notified police, in April 2003 when Jamelske took her out of the dungeon to run an errand.

Cops raided Jamelske's home, where they found the teen in her makeshift prison. The investigation quickly revealed that Jamelske, over 15 years, had kidnapped four other women, who ranged in age from 13 to 53 at the time of their abductions.

Jamelske raped the women daily until he released them after months or even years in captivity. Then he would replace each with a new victim.