Anatoly Yurevych Moskvin (Russian: Москвин, Анатолий Юрьевич, born 1 September 1966) is a Russian academic and linguist from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, who was arrested in 2011 after the mummified bodies of twenty-six girls between the ages of three and fifteen were discovered in his apartment. After exhuming the bodies from local graveyards, Moskvin mummified the bodies himself before dressing and posing them around his home. Moskvin's parents, who shared the apartment with him, had glimpsed the mummies but had mistaken them for large dolls.

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  • Анато́лий Ю́рьевич Москви́н (род. 1 сентября 1966 года, Горький, СССР) — российский краевед-некрополист, лингвист-полиглот, переводчик, журналист и составитель словарей. В своей квартире содержал более двадцати мумифицированных тел девочек. С диагнозом шизофрения направлен на принудительное лечение судом по обвинению в надругательстве над телами умерших. (ru)
  • Anatoly Yurevych Moskvin (Russian: Москвин, Анатолий Юрьевич, born 1 September 1966) is a Russian academic and linguist from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, who was arrested in 2011 after the mummified bodies of twenty-six girls between the ages of three and fifteen were discovered in his apartment. After exhuming the bodies from local graveyards, Moskvin mummified the bodies himself before dressing and posing them around his home. Moskvin's parents, who shared the apartment with him, had glimpsed the mummies but had mistaken them for large dolls. After a psychiatric evaluation, it was determined that Moskvin suffered from a form of paranoid schizophrenia. In May 2012, Moskvin was sentenced to court-ordered psychiatric evaluation and has since been held in a psychiatric hospital. Vladimir Stravinskas, the head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Nizhny Novgorod region, called the case exceptional and unparalleled in modern forensics. (en)
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  • Arrested in 2011 after the bodies of 26 mummified girls were discovered in his home.
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  • Celtic Studies
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  • Nizhny Novgorod Linguistic University
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  • Russian ethnographer, linguist and criminal (en)
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  • Анато́лий Ю́рьевич Москви́н (род. 1 сентября 1966 года, Горький, СССР) — российский краевед-некрополист, лингвист-полиглот, переводчик, журналист и составитель словарей. В своей квартире содержал более двадцати мумифицированных тел девочек. С диагнозом шизофрения направлен на принудительное лечение судом по обвинению в надругательстве над телами умерших. (ru)
  • Anatoly Yurevych Moskvin (Russian: Москвин, Анатолий Юрьевич, born 1 September 1966) is a Russian academic and linguist from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, who was arrested in 2011 after the mummified bodies of twenty-six girls between the ages of three and fifteen were discovered in his apartment. After exhuming the bodies from local graveyards, Moskvin mummified the bodies himself before dressing and posing them around his home. Moskvin's parents, who shared the apartment with him, had glimpsed the mummies but had mistaken them for large dolls. (en)
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  • Москвин, Анатолий Юрьевич (ru)
  • Anatoly Moskvin (en)
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