How else was he to grow his life size doll collection?
Russian media reported that Moskvina kept at least 26 bodies in his small, three-room apartment. They all belong to females aged between 15 and 26 who died years ago. The bodies were “dried up,” Interfax reported.
Life News reported that Moskvina, who is a historian and was also involved in journalism, visited hundreds of cemeteries at night and dug up the bodies with a shovel. He then put the remains in plastic bags and dragged them to his home.
Once safe in his home, Moskvina dressed the dead bodies – sometimes decayed to nothing more than a skeleton – in girlish outfits like frilly dresses with stockings, or even as a giant teddy bear.
Moskvina is described by neighbors as a genius. Moskvina fluently speaks 13 languages and used his master historian credentials to lecture at a local museum. So how does a genius evade capture while body hunting in over 750 cemeteries throughout Russia? He slept in the coffins, of course
Police are currently unsure what to charge Moskvina with, how about tampering with a corpse, or how about kidnapping or even better yet destruction of private property?