Russian Duo Admit to Heinous Cannibal Crimes

Cannibals In Russia Confess to 30 victims.

An eighteen-year reign of terror came in Russia today. A cellular phone was found along the roadside by a construction worker.  The phone contained many gruesome photos consisting of a man posing with body parts. The body parts were plated in some instances surrounded by foods. The Police used the phone’s SIM card to track down the owner Dmitry Baksheev, a state aviation worker.

The police arrested and detained both Dmitry and his wife Natalia on suspicion of committing kidnapping and murder. Dmitry confessed to 30 cannibalized murders stemming back to 1999. Upon raiding the house police found the remains of 7 victims via skin scraps and pickled flesh. Natalia, a willing accomplice has been deemed through a psychological exam as competent.  Their method of choice was very Dahmer-ish, death by poison in their alcohol.

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As Reported By, Drew Schwartz

Several Russian media outlets— including the state-sponsored RT—allege police found packs of body parts, samples of human skin, and pickled human remains at the couple’s home, as well as photos of severed heads and limbs. Russia’s Investigative Committee reportedly told RT police had also found “frozen meat of unknown origin in the kitchen,” and are trying to determine “whether the meat found belongs to a human or animal.” According to RIA Novosti, cops also discovered “a glass jar with a canned hand” at the home.

CNN reports that police have identified seven victims so far after searching the couple’s home, but Dmitry Baksheev has apparently only admitted to committing two murders—that of the woman photographed on the phone and an additional 2012 killing. Natalia Smyatskaya, an official with the Krasnodar Investigative Committee, told the Daily Mail the official criminal investigation is focused on one woman’s death, and that the other alleged murders are “being checked by our officers.”