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True stories of Soviet serial killers by Robert Kalman

Sergey Aleksandrovich Golovkin

Sketch of the “Fisher”

Golovkin’s necrosadistic urges at their worst

The only positive relationship he had was with horses at the Timiryazev Academy and the Horse Production Enterprise No. 1

After he established his torture garage, Golovkin had time to experiment, like skinning his victims and preserving the skin with salt.

Discarded head of Aleksey, found near Ugryumovo (left)

Screenshot of the MVD video, taken during reenactments (right).

Last three victims Golovkin lured from the railway station (above) and (below) the garage where they met their horrific demise.

The monster’s bed in his assigned apartment.

Original source for all above materials: MVD USSR

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