Tamara Samsonova : 'Granny ripper' serial murderer may have eaten victims
Tamara Samsonova : 'Granny ripper' serial murderer may have eaten victims

Tamara Samsonova: “Granny ripper” serial murderer may have eaten victims

Tamara Samsonova, a Russian pensioner who is being investigated by police over 13 murders may have cannibalised her victims.

Russian police sources have reportedly told the Daily Mail U.K. their infamous suspected serial killing granny, Tamara Samsonova, who confessed to 11 gruesome murders in her diary, may have eaten parts of her victims.

The 68-year-old pensioner was arrested in St. Petersburg last week after security footage showed what appeared to be Samsonova hauling plastic-wrapped body parts from her home to dump by a nearby pond.

The parts, police say, belonged to Valentina Ulanova, 79, a woman in her care.

According to Russian police, she confessed to drugging the woman and cutting her into pieces with a hacksaw while she was still alive.

A diary, which she kept with her books on black magic and astrology, supposedly details at least 10 other similar killings.

The Investigative Committee — the national police force in Russia that deals with serious crime — isn’t revealing the details of the diary, but the Daily Mail said it includes references to eating parts of her victims.

Police sources told the paper she had a penchant for lungs.

When asked directly about the cannibal allegations, a police spokesman would only say: “It is not excluded.”

Tamara Samsonova is being held in custody while police continue to investigate the murders details in her diary. She is also now suspected of killing her husband, who was reported missing in 2005.



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