Cannibal and Vampire love makes a good Swedish wedding.
Two high profile Swedish murderers, one known as the “Vampire Woman,” and the other “the Skara Cannibal,” have fallen in love and want to be married.
Michelle Gustafsson and Isakin Jonsson met in a the high security ward of a prison that they both are incarcerated in, and then started chatting online with each other.
Gustafsson, aka, the “Vampire Women,” was convicted of murder in a 2010 stabbing of a man in Stockholm. She also posted pictures online of herself with a knife and saw saying she dreamt about killing people in the city.
Jonsson, aka “the Skara Cannibal,” was convicted in 2011 of killing a mother of five who was also his girlfriend, then cutting her into pieces and eating some of the parts.
Jonsson says the two spent lots of time chatting together through MSN. He wrote to Gustafsson, “Do you want to be my girlfriend?” Then he said, “we decided to get engaged, which we did on December 9th.”
“I love Michelle. I have never met anyone like her. I’d like to lead a non-criminal life,” said Jonsson to Expressen.
During his trial, Jonsson could not explain why he killed his girlfriend, and was deemed to suffer from mental-illness. The two have no release dates as they are serving un-fixed sentences in the psychiatric prison.
However, Gustafssson tell’s Expressen, “We want to get to live together, keep dogs and spend time on our hobbies, piercing and tattoos.”