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Woman accused of using skeletons for sex acts

Published tisdag 20 november 2012 kl 16.48
Some of the skulls found in the woman's apartment, Photo: Polisen
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A Swedish woman has been charged with possession of human skulls and bones, which the prosecution claims she used for sexual purposes. She was charged at Gothenburg District Court Tuesday with “violating the peace of the dead”, which is punishable by up to two years imprisonment.

The prosecution says the 37 year old woman kept at least six skulls, one spine, and a large number of other bones in her Gothenburg apartment. The evidence also includes two CDs entitled “My necrophilia” and “My first experience”, a drill, body bags, and the access code to a morgue.

She has admitted to keeping the items in her apartment, but denies any wrongdoing. According to the TT news agency, the police found no evidence the woman had been involved in digging up graves.

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