Exclusive Images from 'Confessions of a Necrophile Girl', Inspired By a Real-Life Necrophiliac

TetroVideo have today provided us with two exclusive photos from Confessions of a Necrophile Girl (aka Confessioni di una Necrofila), the highly-anticipated Italian film based on the true-life story of American necrophile Karen Greenlee.

In the film, Karen (Angela del Regno) relives the most important moments of her life through a video diary: from childhood to first love, to the scandal about her sexual attraction for corpses.

Directed by Domiziano Cristopharo (House of Flesh Mannequins, Red Krokodil), Confessions of a Necrophile Girl is an "erotic and disturbing drama film" that is part of the TetroManiac series by TetroVideo (the shocking film series about the real stories involving criminals and serial killers).

Lorenzo Fedele (Vore / Gore), Dario Almerighi (Me and the Devil), Vincenzo Paliasc, Daniele Arturi (The House Guest), Alvia Reale (Tales to Tell in the Dark), Chiara Pavoni (Xpiation), Andrea Autullo (Baby Gang), Paolo Di Gialluca (7 Sins) and Mario De Lillo also star.

The film has just finished post-production and it is set to come out in 2021.

And in case you didn't know the pleasant little tale of Karen Greenlee, allow me to enlighten you. In the 1970s, she worked as an apprentice embalmer at a funeral home in California. In 1979 she stole the hearse to have sex with the corpse of a 33-year-old. She was found days later with a long written confession where she admitted her strong sexual attraction to the corpses, and having had sex with 20 to 40 other bodies of young men. In 1987, after a detailed interview, she changed her identity and moved to another city.