Swedish woman accused of having sex with skeletons
London: A 37-year-old woman from Sweden allegedly kept skeleton parts in her flat so that she could have sex with them.
The woman is suspected of using 100 parts, which included six skulls and one backbone, in "sexual situations" and was charged with violating the peace of the deceased, prosecutors said.
Police also found CDs titled `My Necrophilia` and `My first experience,` as well as photos in which a woman is seen kissing and hugging the skulls, the Daily Mail reported.
The woman, who comes from south-western Sweden, was charged at Gothenburg District Court, but has denied the allegations - claiming she collected the bones out of historical interest.
The Goeteborgsposten newspaper alleged that she wrote on an internet forum a few years ago: "My morals set my limits and I`m prepared to take the punishment if something should happen."
"It`s worth it. I want my man like he is, whether he is dead or alive. He allows me to find sexual happiness on the side," she wrote.
Photos from a morgue were found hidden in the woman`s home, as well as a drill and body bags. But police have found no proof that she was a grave-digger.
The woman, who has admitted that the items were kept in her apartment but denies doing anything wrong, was arrested in September and faces up to two years in jail if found guilty.
"Some of the photos show a woman licking a skull," prosecutor Kristina Ehrenborg-Staffas told The Local newspaper in Sweden.
"We claim it`s her, but she claims it`s someone else and she found the pictures on the internet," she said.
She sold three skulls and a spine to a person in Uppsala earlier this year, prosecutors said.
An access code to a morgue was also said to have been found in her apartment by detectives.
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