Twisted corpse kidnapper who lived with the mummified corpses of 29 girls he dressed up as dolls is about to break free

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A crooked body kidnapper who lived with the bodies of 29 girls who was dressed as dolls will be released.

Anatoly Moskvin, 55, turned into dead kids In “Dolls”, Wear them in stockings, knee-length clothes and shoes.

Anatoly Moskvin in court with his girlfriend

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Anatoly Moskvin in court with his girlfriendCredit: East2West
One of the 29 dolls in Moskvin's apartment

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One of the 29 dolls in Moskvin’s apartmentCredit: East2West
Moskvin's corpses wear stockings, knee-length clothes and shoes

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Moskvin’s corpses wear stockings, knee-length clothes and shoesCredit: East2West

Put lipstick and makeup on their faces.

The highly educated bodysnatcher – a cemetery expert and former translator in military intelligence – celebrated the birthdays of all his dead victims in his bedroom in Chilling ritual.

So far, the courts have repeatedly refused to release him, but psychiatrists are now reportedly insisting there is no medical reason to keep him in a safe place.

The parents of the deceased children argued that he would remain imprisonedHe lasted for life, fearing he would go back to his old, sinister habit that saw him live with the remains of some children for up to ten years.

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But multiple reports suggest Muscovin may receive a new diagnosis that could end his 10-year confinement in a private hospital.

They say this would classify the historian as “disabled,” meaning he could live with friends or relatives or in a care facility that doesn’t lock him up.

Moskvin told the authorities that he wanted to marry his girlfriend and work as a foreign language teacher.

He has consistently refused to apologize to the families of his victims.

The move to recommend his release in Nizhny Novgorod was met with suspicion.

The body of 10-year-old murder victim Olga Chardimova was one of 29 bodies that had been dug up and turned into stuffed dolls, some with music boxes strapped to their chests.

Her mother, Natalia Chardimova, 50, did not realize the coffin was empty during her regular visits to her daughter’s grave because Moskvin had stolen Olga’s body for his ailing group.

“This latest news of his release is definitely not good,” Naltalia said.

I am also very afraid that he will go back to his old ways. I have no confidence in his recovery. He is intolerant.

“And it will be difficult for us, God forbid, to go through these events again – exhumation and reburial – if the place where they were reburied is found again.

“My health is failing me, and I don’t think I can handle it. I don’t want tragic events. Life is hard anyway right now.”

She has consistently opposed his release and has said that “this creature brought fear, horror and panic into my life” through its “appalling” mistreatment of dead children.

“I’ll be happy when I know he’s going to spend his life in the hospital,” she said.

“I am shocked if they release him,” said online commentator Anna Perova.

“His doctors [making the new diagnoses] Not everyone can be so stupid as to release him,” said Dmitry Kharitonov.

Lyubov Bautova also mocked the move.

“Let’s release all the lunatics and be afraid. Society needs them very much,” she said.

“There are a lot of people on the run that we still need to catch. And here is the one we caught who will be released.”

The tomb thief refused to apologize to the victims, saying in 2020, “These girls are girls. There are no fathers in my opinion. I don’t know any of them.”

“Moreover, they buried their daughters, and this is where I think their rights over them ended…

“So no, I won’t apologize.”

Earlier he told the parents: “I left your daughters in the cold – I brought them home and warmed them.”

Moskvin was arrested in 2011, and pleaded guilty to 44 counts of abusing the graves of girls between the ages of 3 and 12.

In Soviet times, he worked as a translator of military intelligence in the Red Army, and later wrote several history books.

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His mother, Elvira, 83, said: “We saw these dolls but we didn’t suspect that there were bodies inside. We thought it was his hobby to make such big dolls and we saw nothing wrong with that.”

She claimed after a 2020 decision against his release that the court was biased against her son “who was not able to be in society, work or marry.”

Moskvin refused to apologize to the parents of his victims

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Moskvin refused to apologize to the parents of his victimsCredit: East2West
Moskvin's mother said she had no idea what he was doing

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Moskvin’s mother said she had no idea what he was doingCredit: East2west News

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