A gruesome discovery in an apartment in Russia in November 2011 - the decomposing remains of two dozen women dressed up as dolls. The bodies were found in the home of 45-year-old Anatoly Moskvina, by his parents when they returned from their summer home. Russian media reports that Moskvina kept at least 26 bodies in his small, three-room apartment. They all belong to females aged between 15 and 26 who died years ago. Moskvin, a local historian, had a fascination with cemeteries and had visited the cemeteries at night and dug up the bodies with a shovel. He then put the remains in plastic bags and dragged them to his home. Once the bodies were in his apartment, Moskvina dressed the bodies up as dolls. Photos released show one skeleton wearing a dress, stockings and other clothing while another body appeared to have been dressed as a teddy bear. On at least one occasion, Moskvina is believed to have slept in a coffin while on other nights he slept on benches at cemeteries.