A police source said: 'Going through the photographs, the woman has recognised more than 30 victims that they killed and eaten together with her husband.'A psychologist was sent from Nizhny Novgorod to make her talk.'Separate reports say Natalia was checked by a psychiatric hospital and found to be 'mentally healthy'.'In their home, many mobile phones of their victims were found, and also video lessons on how to cook meals from human meat,' said the police source.'This woman had been working in the military academy as a nurse and supposedly she was sharing these cans of steamed human meat with student pilots.'But so far police have concrete evidence of only two women who were allegedly killed and eaten, it is understood.
Baksheev was originally detained after a man found his mobile in the street in regional capital Krasnodar and saw images of him posing for selfies with a woman's body parts.'He took a selfie with the hand in his mouth, at the same time he put the fingers of the dead hand into his nose,' said a police report.'Then he cut one finger with a knife.'A police source added: 'The earliest date of their culinary experiment is 28 December 1999 - the date on one of the photographs.'We can see a cooked human head at the big plate surrounded by mandarins.'They put olives into the eyes and attached a lemon to the nose.'A police search found body parts in a rubbish container near the hostel where the pair lived, and a red-haired woman's head in a metal bucket, with human skin nearby. He confessed to throwing away the body parts, telling police: 'I did a stupid thing.'The woman was identified as Elena B, who lived in the same military academy where the alleged cannibal couple resided.
Both suspects have been detained pending further investigations.It is known parts of a female body were found on 12 September on land linked to a military academy at 135 Dzerzhinskogo Street, Krasnodar in a cellar. Another bag was filled with the dead woman's possessions.Around the same time at Repina Street, workers have found a mobile phone with photographs of a man taking a selfie with parts of a human body.Baksheev and his spouse stored human remains in their fridge and freezer as well as a cellar, according to sources in the Russian Investigative Committee, which examines serious crime in Russia. The couple also apparently preserved some 'meat' in jars, with one image showing what is alleged to be human remains pickled in a jar.Some 19 remains of 'human skin' were also discovered which had been 'removed from dead people'.