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He mummified his body the mom He laid him on a couch in front of the TV after digging her grave and bringing her home. The shocking discovery was made after the 76-year-old man’s son-in-law decided to visit him at his home in the small town of Radlin in the southwest of the country. Poland.
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When they entered the property, they found the mummified body lying on a sofa on top of a stack of newspapers dating back to 2009. “We received a report regarding the discovery of the body from a family member of the owner of the apartment,” said police spokeswoman Majorzata Koniarska.
The empty tomb
“According to the DNA content, the mummified corpse is that of a woman, Jadwiga L., who died in January 2010, and is therefore the mother of Marian L..” It was also confirmed that Jadwiga L.’s grave. Where she was buried on January 16, 2010 is empty.
“It is likely that the man dug up the mother’s body shortly after her burial and then mummified her. The body has been in this house since 2010.” It is believed that Marian L., who lives only 300 meters from the cemetery, may have brought the body home. Marcin Wilszynski, head of the district attorney’s office, added: “Everything indicated that the man must have used some chemicals to embalm the body. The smell of mothballs was noticeable. The body appeared to be in ‘excellent condition’ regardless.”
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