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Anatoly Yelemianovich SLIVKO

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
Classification: Serial killer
Characteristics: Sexual abuse - Necrophilia - Fetishism - Photographed and filmed the entire process
Number of victims: 7
Date of murders: 1964 - 1985
Date of arrest: December 1985
Date of birth: December 28, 1938
Victims profile: An unidentified homeless boy / Aleksander Nesmeyanov, 15 / Andrei Pogasyan, 11 / Sergei Fatsiev, 13 / Slava Khovistik, 15 / Sergei Pavlov, 13 / ???
Method of murder: Once the victims were unconscious, Slivko dismembered their bodies, poured gasoline on their limbs and torso, and set the remains on fire to remind himself of the traffic accident which sparked his arousal
Location: Nevinnomyssk, Stavropol Krai, Russia
Status: Status: Executed by shot in the head in September 1989
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Anatoly Slivko was a Russian serial killer who was convicted and executed for the murders of seven boys between 1973 and 1985.

On November 14, 1973 a 14-years old boy disappeared in Nevinnomysk, southern Russia. In winter 1975, a prisoner confessed that he knew where they boy was buried but the police proved that the confession was deceit.

On May 11, 1975 other boy named Andrey (11-years old) disappeared in the town. The police search brought but it had not results. The boy's mother told to the police that a man made some video records in a nearby forest and that her son was going to attend a recording session but the police didn't do anything because they knew the man and he was "only an awarded and prized man, recognized by his videos". The man's name was Anatoly Slivko and he had a club to boys named Chergid.

In 1980 another boy disappeared and in 1985 yet another boy disappeared. Years later, a prosecutor named Tamara Languyeva got interested in the club's activities however, she had no evidence that was anything illegal in the way the club was run. After, the prosecutor interrogated many boys that had been to the club and they said that they had suffered “temporary amnesia” and that Slivko had practiced many experiments with them.

After of a long inquiry Anatoly Slivko was arrested and accused of seven murders, seven sexual abuses and necrophilia. In 1989 he was sentenced to death. After of being arrested he confessed where the missing boys had been buried. In 1990 he worked with the police to arrest a serial killer that had killed 53 children and women. He was Andrei Chikatilo (other Russian serial killer). After of had been interviewed by the police, only a few hours later, Anatoly Slivko was executed.

 
 

Anatoly Yelemianovich Slivko (Russian: Анатолий Емельянович Сливко; December 28, 1938 - September 1989) was a Soviet serial killer who was convicted of the murders of seven boys between the ages of seven and seventeen in and around the Russian city of Stavropol between 1964 and 1985. Slivko was a married father of two young children, a much respected member of the community who even ran a children's club.

The incident which sparked Slivko's fantasies

In 1961, the year he turned 23 years old, Slivko happened to witness a gruesome traffic accident in which a boy in his early teens who was wearing a Young Pioneers (Soviet equivalent of the Scouts) uniform was killed. For reasons Slivko either could not or would not explain, the scene sexually excited Slivko, he recalled the accident vividly: the smell of gasoline and fire. Slivko quickly exploited his position at the children's club he ran to relive the fantasies of this accident: once or twice a year, he would form a close friendship with a boy usually aged between thirteen and seventeen. The boy would be short for his age, and would be wearing the Young Pioneers uniform (just like the boy in the traffic accident). Slivko would gain the boy's confidence and tell him of an experiment he knew which involved a controlled hanging into unconsciousness, to stretch the spine, after which, the boy was assured, Slivko would revive him.

Over the course of 21 years, Slivko managed to persuade forty-three boys to take part in this 'experiment'. Once the boy was unconscious, Slivko would caress and fondle him, take films in which he would arrange the body in suggestive positions, and masturbate. In thirty-six cases, Slivko revived the boys, and they, cautioned by Slivko into silence, resumed their lives unknowing just how lucky they were.

In seven cases, however, Slivko's behaviour became bloody. Once these victims were unconscious, Slivko dismembered their bodies, poured gasoline on their limbs and torso, and set the remains on fire to remind himself of the traffic accident which sparked his arousal. He usually kept the victims' shoes as a memento. As with his surviving victims, Slivko both photographed and filmed the entire process.

Chronology

Slivko killed his first victim, an unidentified homeless boy whose age he estimated to be around 15 years old, in 1964. Slivko claimed this particular victim was killed unintentially. Upon being unable to revive this boy once he was unconscious, Slivko dismembered the boys body and buried him. He also destroyed the film and photographs he had taken of this particular victim.

Nine years later, on November 14, 1973 a 15-year-old boy named Aleksander Nesmeyanov disappeared in Nevinnomyssk, southern RSFSR.

Two years later, on May 11, 1975, an eleven year old boy named Andrei Pogasyan vanished. The boy's mother told the police that a man had made some video recordings in a nearby forest and that her son was going to participate, but the police didn't do anything to prevent this because they knew the man and he had won awards for some of his videos.

The man's name was Anatoly Slivko and he had a club for boys named Chergid In winter 1975, a prison inmate claimed he knew where Aleksander Nesmeyanov was buried, but the police searched the area and found nothing, proving the claim was false.

Five years later, in 1980, a thirteen year old boy named Sergei Fatsiev disappeared, as with Nesmeyanov and Pogasyan, he was a member of Chergid.

The next victim was a fifteen year old named Slava Khovistik, who was killed in 1982. On July 23, 1985, Slivko killed his final victim, a thirteen year old named Sergei Pavlov. He disappeared after telling a neighbour he was going to meet the leader of Chergid.

In November 1985, a prosecutor named Tamara Languyeva, investigating the disappearance of Sergei Pavlov, took an interest in the club's activities; however, she had no evidence that there was anything illegal in the way the club was run. The prosecutor interrogated many boys who had been to the club and they said they had suffered “temporary amnesia” and that Slivko had practiced many experiments with them.

Following a long inquiry, Anatoly Slivko was arrested in December 1985 and accused of seven murders, seven counts of sexual abuse and necrophilia. In January and February 1986, Slivko lead investigators to the whereabouts of the bodies of six of his victims, although he was unable to locate the body of his first victim. In 1986 he was sentenced to death. He was held on Death Row in Novocherkassk prison for three years. In 1989 he worked with the police to help arrest another serial killer Andrei Chikatilo who had killed 53 children and women. Only a few hours after he was interviewed by the police, Anatoly Slivko was executed.

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Anatoly Slivko

On Nov. 14, 1973, a fourteen-year-old boy Sasha went missing in Nevinnomysk, southern Russia. The lengthy search brought no results. In winter 1975, one prisoner confessed that he knew where Sasha is buried. Yet, further examination proved that the confession was a deceit, while the prisoner just wanted to have a "rest" by travelling to Nevinnomysk. On May 11, 1975, an 11-year-old boy named Andrey went missing in the town.

The mother of the missing boy told police that a certain man made some video records in a nearby forest and that her son was going to attend a recording session. Yet, the police authorities did not find that information of interest. They knew the man who made video records. What's more, that man received many prizes and awards for his recordings.

The man's name was Anatoly Slivko, and he ran a children's travel club "Chergid." In 1980, another boy, Sergey, went missing in Nevinnomysk, and in 1985, yet another boy went missing. Years later, the town's deputy prosecutor Tamara Languyeva got interested in the club's activities, however, she had no evidence that was anything illegal in the way the club was run.

Only lengthy interrogations of the club members were helpful. The guys who attended the club confessed that their tutor practiced the so-called "temporary amnesia" and many of them had taken part in these experiments. After Slivko was arrested, he confessed of his crimes almost immediately and showed the places where the missing boys had been buried.

 
 

Anatoly Yelemianovich Slivko

Russian born Anatoly Yelemianovich Slivko (1938-1989) was convicted of the murders of seven boys between the ages of seven and seventeen in and around the Russian city of Stavropol between 1964 and 1985. During this time, Slivko was a married father of two young children. He was deemed a respected member of the community, notably for his running of the Chergid club (similar to a boy scout club) and for his amateur films, which he produced during his free time and for which he won several awards.

In 1961, at the age of 23, Slivko witnessed a ghastly traffic accident in which a boy in his early teens who was wearing a Young Pioneer (Soviet equivalent of the Scouts) uniform was killed. The scene sexually aroused Slivko and would remain to do so for the remainder of his life – in later years Slivko recalled the accident vividly, specifically the smell of gasoline and fire.

Three years later in 1964, Slivko was to claim his first victim – an unidentified homeless boy he estimated to be around 15 years old- during a twisted attempt to act out his newly acquired sexual fantasy. Slivko hung the boy, taking photographs and film footage of the event. Upon being unable to revive him once he had become unconscious, Slivko dismembered his body and buried his remains. He also destroyed the photographs and film footage: Slivko maintained this particular boy was killed unintentionally.

In order to continue satisfying his deviant desires Slivko exploited his position at Chergid. Once or twice a year, he would form a close friendship with a boy usually aged between 13 and 17. The boy would be short for his age, and would be wearing the Young Pioneers uniform. Slivko would gain the boy’s confidence and tell him he was making a film about the Nazi torturing of boy-scouts during the Second World War – A well-known national theme in Russia. He would explain that the film would involve an experiment where there would be a controlled hanging, which would result in unconsciousness and the stretching of the spine. After which, the boy, was assured, Slivko would revive him. Many young boys became excited at the prospect of taking part in such a film; thus unwittingly became Slivko victims. It is reported that over a period of 21 years he persuaded 43 plus boys to take part in his sexually macabre games.

Typically Slivko would photograph and/or film his sick games from start to finish. Once his victims had fallen unconscious from hanging he would cut them down and arrange their bodies into suggestive positions. He would then caress them whilst masturbating.

Slivko also had a shoe fetish; he would arrange his victims’ shoes neatly and capture this in photographs or on film. At times, he would keep the shoes as souvenirs. Of the seven boys that died, Slivko either dismembered or poured gasoline over their bodies.

Details of Slivko’s known victims are as follows -

November 14, 1973 – 15-year-old Aleksander Nesmeyanov, a member of Chergid, disappeared in Nevinnomyssk, Southern RSFSR.

May 11, 1975 – 11-year-old Andrei Pogasyan, a member of Chergid, disappeared. Andrei’s mother told police that a man had made some video recordings in a nearby forest and that her son was going to participate. The Police did not do anything to prevent this because they knew the identity of man and that he had won awards for some of his videos. The man’s name was Anatoly Slivko.

1980 – 13-year-old Sergei Fatsiev disappeared – as with Nesmeyanov and Pogasyan, he was a member of Chergid.

1982 – 15-year-old named Slava Khovistik disappeared

July 23, 1985 – 13-year-old Sergei Pavlov disappeared after telling a neighbour he was going to meet the leader of Chergid.

In November 1985, prosecutor Tamara Langue was investigating the disappearance of Sergei Pavlov, she took an active interest in Chergid’s activities. Langue had no evidence that the club was illegally managed in anyway. Thus, acting on gut instinct she opted to interrogate many of the club’s members. It transpired that a great number of boys reported that they had suffered “temporary amnesia” and that Slivko had practiced many experiments with them.

Following Langue’s investigation Anatoly Slivko was arrested in December 1985 and accused of seven murders, seven counts of sexual abuse and necrophilia.

During the months of January and February 1986, Slivko lead investigators to the whereabouts of the bodies of six of his victims – he was unable to locate the body of his first victim. In 1986, he was sentenced to death. He was held on death row at Novocherkassk prison for three years.

Hours before Slivko’s execution in 1989, he interviewed by police in relation to serial Andrei Chikatilo - Chikatilo killed 53 children and women.

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