An unidentified 37-year-old Sweden woman was charged Tuesday after she allegedly had sex with a skeleton, then stored photographs of her necrophilia fetish on a CD that police found inside her residence.
According to prosecutors, an investigation was launched last September when officers discovered a large collection of human bones inside a woman’s home after a neighbor called to report a “gun shot” that had been heard in the area.
Investigators say the woman had collected enough bones to form a skeleton and the bones were organized on the woman’s floor in anatomical order. The prosecutor’s office released a photograph showing how the bones looked when officers discovered them inside the woman’s house.
Prompted by the discovery of human bones, officers searched the home and found a hidden storage area that contained six human skulls, a body bag, a drill, and photographs of a morgue.
Also obtained from the woman’s home was a CD that was labelled “My necrophilia” and “My first experience,” according to prosecutor Kristina Ehrenborg-Staffas.
The CD allegedly contains photographs that shows the woman licking a human skull and using the skeletal remains for sexual gratification.
“She has a lot of photos of morgues and chapels, and documents about how to have sex with recently deceased and otherwise dead people,” said Ehrenborg-Staffas.
Prosecutors pointed out that they do not know how the woman obtained the bones or where they came from. The woman told detectives that she collected the bones for historic purposes.
The woman was arrested and charged with murder back in September, however those charges were changed to ‘violating the peace of the dead’ on Tuesday.