“How it felt to eat human tissue” – Retired man-eater depicts

Vladimir Nikolayevich Nikolayev is a Russian resigned savage who has portrayed what it tasted and felt like when he originally ate human tissue.

The scandalous convict in a discussion with National Geography portrayed that whenever the principal opportunity introduced itself for him to devour human tissue, he was not ready for it.

As per him, an alcoholic man constrained him into a battle and in the wake of killing the man, the prospect of eating his tissue entered his thoughts.

He wound up eating the tissue and proceeded to impart it to his companion with the bogus clarification that it was Kangaroo meat.

Out of nowhere something struck me and I figured I would attempt him.’

I cut off a piece of meat from his thigh and bubbled it. I attempted it, could have done without it, so I cleaved it up and seared it in a skillet.’

‘He brought it back home and gave it to his significant other. She made dumplings with it, she had a few herself and taken care of some to her kids. They didn’t have the foggiest idea what it was.’

‘I said it was kangaroo,’ Nikolayev added with a sneer. ‘We don’t have kangaroos around here. They didn’t have any idea what it was.’

Vladimir Nikolayevich Nikolayev additionally offered human tissue to clueless purchasers in an open market under the mask that it was Kangaroo meat.

Until the meat was a that shipped off a specialist it was human tissue, Vladimir was making great money from the killing, eating and selling of human tissue. He was a barbarian.

Vladimir was in this way captured, charged under the steady gaze of court and condemned to life detainment.

Vladimir the Cannibal was indicted for two killings in 1997 and condemned to death, yet the decision was switched after Russia abrogated capital punishment in 1999.

Inside Russia’s Toughest Prisons talked with the 63-year-old executioner, who is presently carrying out a daily existence punishment at the infamous K-6 Dolphin Prison, about how he killed a man and ate his tissue.