Two mummified bodies of Moscow residents were found in the Russian capital on January 17. Forensic experts determined that the two people died several years ago.
The body of a woman born in 1964 was found in the apartment on Varshavskoye Shosse, Lenta.Ru reports. Supposedly, the woman died three years ago.
A similar gruesome finding was made in Stalevarov Street in Moscow, where police officers found the mummified body of a man born in 1944. The man died about one year ago.
In May 2011, a skeletonized body of a person, who died four years ago, was found in the town of Chekhov, the Moscow region. Earlier, at the end of March, police officers discovered the mummified body of a woman born in 1933. The woman died two months before she was found. The woman had no close relatives, so people did not notice her disappearance at once. In the beginning of February 2011, police officers found the mummified body of a man. The body was found in his apartment in the north-west of Moscow. The body had been staying in the apartment for more than ten years, Arguments of the Week said.
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