Pictured: A man with what appears to be a hand in his mouth Many cans with steamed meat were found in their kitchen, a source told Komsomolskaya Pravda.
In their home, 'video lessons for cannibals' were found, according to local news source Since her detention, Natalia has undergone psychiatric tests and was judged to be 'mentally healthy', according to Mash, part of a one of Russia largest media empires, closely linked to the Kremlin.
He was in his teens when his mother Svetlana died of cancer - and his adoptive father threw him out of the family home even though he was underage.
Some reports say Natalia took him in and married him when he was 18.
Road worker Roman Khomyakov found Baksheev's Samsung mobile phone and noticed the hideous photographs.'We were working near Gastello street, putting asphalt on the road, when I found the phone,' he said.'I opened the photo album and looked only at two pictures.'At first I did not even understand what was there, it looked like a head and a hand.
I thought pictures were real.'Baksheev came looking for the phone.'The man looked homeless.
Baksheev and his spouse stored human remains in their fridge and freezer as well as a cellar, according to sources in the Russian Investigative Committee, which examines serious crime in Russia. The couple also apparently preserved some 'meat' in jars, with one image showing what is alleged to be human remains pickled in a jar.