Nizhny Novgorod, Russia – (SatireWorld.com) Police in Russia have arrested a man after discovering that he had at least 20 dressed-up female bodies hidden in his apartment.
Russian police suspect that historian Anatoly Moskvin, 45, would dress in black clothing and sneak into cemeteries during the night to dig up the dead bodies, then dress them up in his apartment.
According to a source near the investigation into the grave desecrations, investigators detained a male resident of Nizhny Novgorod and found more than twenty skeletons he had apparently dug up and brought home.
PHOTO INSERT: Moskvin, age 55, said he wished the women would’ve loosened up a little and not been so stiff around his Mother.
Photos taken by the police indicate that Moskvin clothed the remains, all belonging to women who died between the ages of 15 to 25, in new women’s clothes to make them look almost doll-like.
Some sources report that as many as 20 corpses were found in Moskvin’s residence each wearing a different dress and accessories.
Moskvin, who speaks 13 languages and is considered a genius, is well known locally for his fascination with graveyards, having visited more than 750 of them. He is said to have been writing a book about the cemeteries of the region aptly named ‘Love on the Rocks’ according to a local news reporter.
Moskvin said at his hearing that he merely wanted to have some feamle company around when he had his tea. As far as dressing them, he answered, “Well, tea is a big thing with me of course, but their clothes really smelled bad, so I just bought them some new stuff!”
Police were tipped off to the hoarding of human corpses by Moskvin’s parents, who live in the Nizhny Novgorod apartment with their son. The parents discovered the bodies upon returning from vacationing at their summer home.
The mother, Anna Moskvin, age 81, said she thought something was wrong when she noticed that an arm had fallen off one of the ‘guests’ in the TV room….”I knew something was wrong when that woman wearing the red babuska didn’t even bother to reach down and pick up her arm!”
Moskvin remains uncharged and will soon undergo psychological analysis. The judge in the case refused to allow any of the corpses to serve on the jury as requested by Moskvin’s RCLU attorney Leonid Ghoulsky.
Anna Moskvin says her son Anatoly is a good boy.