Swedish woman charged with necrophilia after dozens of skeletal parts uncovered in home
A woman in Sweden has been charged with engaging in sexual activities with a human skeleton and could face jail time for disturbing the peace of the dead, a Swedish prosecutor said.
Police found a full human skeleton, skulls and a box containing other human bones by chance after responding to a call saying a shot had been fired from her flat in the city of Gothenburg.
They also discovered CD-ROMs titled “my necrophilia” and “my first experience,” and photographs of the woman engaging in various sexual activities with a skeleton, a court document on the prosecutor’s website showed. (REUTERS/Swedish Police/Handout)
Cold weather could have saved Swedish man trapped in snow-covered car for two months
A Swede pulled from a snowed-in car claiming he had not eaten for two months had lived in the vehicle since mid-2011, media reported, as experts said the “miraculous survival” was theoretically possible.
The emaciated 44-year-old man, whose name has not been disclosed, was pulled from a totally snow-covered car parked deep in the woods near the northern Swedish town of Umeaa last Friday.
He claimed he had not had access to food since December 19 and had survived on snow, according to local police. (Photos: Rolf Hojer/Scanpix/Reuters)