There is one odd story of people with Necrophilia. Necrophilia is a sexual disorder where the person prefers to sleep with a corpse rather than sleep with a human being. Whether the corpse is a newly killed corpse, preserved, or with its bones.
The cause of this sexual disorder is the unwillingness of someone to be rejected by the partner in contact and the desire to regroup with the lost partners. The famous odd story of this sexual disorder was experienced by Carl Tanzer who lived with corpses for 9 years.
Carl Tanzler A Necrophilia
Carl Tanzler was an American radiologist from Germany who worked at the United States Marine Hospital in Key West, Florida. He was also known as Prince Carl von Cosel. Carl was very obsessed with his patient Elena Miagro Helen de Hoyos. On April 22, 1930, while working at the Marine Hospital in Key West, Tanzler met Maria Elena Milagro Helen de Hoyos. She was a woman who has been taken to the hospital for Tuberculosis.
Tanzler has medical knowledge and was trying to treat and cure Hoyos with various drugs, x-rays, and electrical appliances. He brought all the medical equipment to Elena’s home, but Elena then died on October 25, 1931. Every night after Tanzler finished work, he visited Elena’s grave with a wreath. He also had a key and went to sleep beside Elena’s corpse every night.
After six months, he decided to steal Elena’s body from the tomb and brought it to his home. He spent his days sleeping with Elena’s corpse. Carl even had sexual intercourse with it. In October 1940, nine years after Elena’s death, her sister Florinda Elena heard a rumor about Tanzler’s actions.
She then decided to go to Tanzler’s house. In there, Florinda found Elena’s corpse. Tanzler was arrested and given a psychiatric evaluation. Unfortunately, at that time, there was no law for the crime of robbing the tomb. As a result, Tanzler was never punished.
Necrophilia is a sexual disorder where the person prefers to sleep with a corpse rather than sleep with a human being. Whether the corpse is a newly killed corpse, preserved, or with its bones.