'Cannibal Couple:' Russian pair allegedly confesses to murdering, eating dozens of people

Alleged 'Cannibal Couple:' Dmitry Baksheev, 35, and his wife Natalia, 42

WARNING : This post contains graphic descriptions of alleged crimes.

(Sinclair Broadcast Group) -- A couple in Russia is accused of luring people on dating sites to their deaths, and allegedly eating them.

According to the Sun, police recently discovered a dismembered body at a military academy in Krasnodar.

The two worked at the facility where the woman's body was found.

Local reports claim Dmitry Baksheev admitted to her murder.

Baksheev, 35, and his wife Natalia, 42, were arrested a short time after the gruesome discovery.

Upon searching the home, police photos purport to show evidence the pair served a human head for Christmas dinner in 1999.

Both allegedly admitted they drugged victims before killing them and storing their remains, preserving some in jars.

The two have reportedly claimed at least two dozen murders, some of which were seen depicted in photos found on Dmitry's phone.

They are both in custody as local police continue to investigate the allegations.

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