Victor Ardisson

Victor Ardisson is a grave desecrator and also shows some signs of necrophilia.  He is also known as “The Vampire of Muy”.  Ardisson was born on September 5, 1872 at a community in Provence named Le Muy that can be found in south eastern section of France.  He worked as a mortician and a grave digger. But unlike the criminals, who earned the moniker “vampire” which includes Peter Kurten and John Haigh, Victor Ardisson is not violent and he attacks only the dead bodies.  During his work he was said to violate corpse of dead women.  There were times that he would sexually assault them or decapitate their head.

There was a case where he dug up the body of a 3 year old girl and took her home.  The police allegedly smelled the scent of a putrid decaying flesh that is coming from the house of Ardisson, and that is when they found out that there was a corpse inside his house that led to his arrest.  He claimed that he took her home and had oral sex with her hoping that she will be resuscitated.   He also slept next to her and claimed that he is in possession of a head of a 13 year old girl that he calls “My bride”.  He also confessed that he kissed this head from time to time.

On further investigation, it was revealed that Ardisson would have a constant conversation with the bodies of the deceased and would feel enraged when the corpse would not reply to his words.  He was charged with desecration of corpses and mutilation of the dead bodies.  He was sentenced to spent the rest of his life in a mental facility and receive treatment for his mental health problem.


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