Russian police fear that serial-killing Russian grandmother
Tamara Samsonova may have been a cannibal.
While in court, Samsonova (pictured) blew a kiss to reporters and
told them: 'I knew you would come.
It's such a disgrace for me, all the city will know'.
Police now fear Samsonova - who was arrested last month after
CCTV emerged apparently showing her
with a victim - could be responsible for further killings after
mysterious human remains were
found dumped in bags.
During an interrogation by Russian police, Samsonova (right)
admitted to boiling the severed head
and hands of her victim after sawing up her body.
The apartment block on Dimitrova Street in St Petersburg where
Tamara Samsonova lived for 40 years.
Police found Samsonova's bizarre diaries - written in English,
German and Russian - after they arrested
her at her and searched her apartment bock in St Petersburg (pictured).
Pictured is the front door of suspected serial killer Tamara
Samsonova. Her neighbour said: 'I do believe
she committed all these horrible murders right on the other side of my
Police arrested Samsonova in July after sniffer dogs found the
remains of a body near her St Petersburg
flat (pictured) - where they found bizarre diaries written in
German, English and Russian.
Samsonova was taken back to the grounds of the St Petersburg
apartment block (pictured)
to help search for the severed head in August.
'Granny Ripper' Tamara Samsonova reenacts how she beheaded her
before boiling her head in a saucepan.