Grisly new details after human remains allegedly found in home of Melbourne Uber driver

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A man charged in relation to human remains stolen from a Melbourne cemetery is alleged to have had a human skull in his room and a passion for supernatural creatures.

On February 2, Victoria Police appealed to the public for assistance after two graves at Footscray cemetery were disturbed.

In March, a 40-year-old man was charged in relation to the grave disturbances.

The Geelong Road cemetery at Footscray pictured in the wake of the incidents. Source: 7News
The Geelong Road cemetery at Footscray pictured in the wake of the incidents. Source: 7News

"It is alleged partial human remains were stolen from mausoleums in two separate incidents at the Geelong Road cemetery between Thursday 27 January and Tuesday 1 February," Victoria Police said on March 25.

On Monday, the Herald Sun reported the man who was charged with the robberies is an Uber driver, who had an interest in supernatural creatures such as vampires, ghosts and zombies as well as graves and skulls.

It was also reported that a human skull was found in his bedroom and another skull was found buried outside.

On his social media, he had allegedly shared photos of a visit to Boroondara General Cemetery in Kew.

The man will appear in court on August 17.

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