A Russian man has been arrested after allegedly digging up the bodies of two dozen women, dressing them up as dolls and keeping them in his apartment. Anatoly Moskvina's parents allegedly found at least 26 bodies in his three-room apartment in the Russian city of Nizhny_Novgorod when they returned from holidaying at their summer house, KTLA reports.
The 45-year-old historian is accused of digging up the bodies from a cemetery at night using a shovel and carrying them home in plastic bags. Once in his apartment, Moskvina allegedly dressed the bodies, all women aged 15 to 26.
Photos show one body wearing a dress and stocking while another appears to be dressed like a teddy bear, KTLA reports.
Moskvina was reportedly fascinated with cemeteries and had visited more than 750, even spending the night sleeping in some on benches. He is also believed to have once slept in a coffin. It is not yet clear what charges Moskvina faces.
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