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“His respectable parents and friends surely knew about his psychiatric sickness, but nobody sent him to the hospital for treatment,” Riabova said, expressing deep sympathy for the victims’ relatives, who would have to identify their once buried beloved ones from the collection of Moskvin’s “dolls.”In his last article, published in Necrologies on Oct.
26, Moskvin confessed what had inspired his obsession with the dead.
For decades Moskvin’s byline appeared often in most of Nizhny Novgorod’s newspapers.
Even today, when the historian is in custody, accused of the desecration of more than 150 graves in the region, his “Great Walks Around Cemeteries” and “What the Dead Said” documentary series of features about famous deceased citizens, written in an old-fashioned style, continue to be published in a weekly newspaper.
Some Nizhny Novgorod papers nicknamed the villain of the story “The Lord of the Mummies”; others opted for “Perfumer,” after the Patrick Suskind novel Perfume. 3, a day before President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s official visit to Nizhny Novgorod, Russia's fourth-largest city and a center of military research and production that stayed closed to foreigners during most of the Soviet era.We do not own, produce or host the videos displayed on this website.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.We take no responsibility for the content on any webpage which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the links.
The Queen: I dare say you haven't had much practice.“All his life he was obsessed with walking around hundreds of cemeteries, studying and documenting the graves. He had researched over 750 cemeteries all over Nizhny Novgorod region, being paid miserable kopeks for his priceless unique work,” said Alexei Yesin, the editor of Necrologies, a weekly paper that publishes obituaries and stories about cemeteries and famous dead people. Yesin hopes the investigation will “dig out the truth” and let his reporter go free.