Report: Woman charged after Swedish skeleton find
STOCKHOLM (AP) — A woman in Sweden has been accused of necrophilia after investigators found some 100 skeleton parts in her apartment.
The Swedish news agency TT cites prosecutor Kristina Ehrenborg-Staffas as saying that the 37-year-old woman is suspected of using the remains, which included six skulls and one backbone, in "sexual situations."
The woman from southwestern Sweden was charged "with violating the peace of the deceased" in Goteborg District Court on Tuesday.
The TT agency reports that police also found a CD titled "My Necrophilia" as well as photographs in which a woman is seen kissing and hugging the skulls.
The woman has denied the charges, claiming she collected the bones out of historical interest.