Tristan Hearne has been accused of looting two mausoleums in Australia after eerie details about his sick love for Satan were posted to his Facebook page
A twisted grave robber who allegedly dug up a skull and kept it in his bedroom has tattoos of killer clown John Wayne Gacy and Satan, it turns out.
Tristan Hearne, 40, has been charged after it was alleged he stole the remains of two people in Melbourne, Australia earlier this year.
Victoria Police have dismissed claims that the horrifying desecration was part of a satanic ritual, but creepy tattoos of the ghoul have since surfaced online.
Hearne’s fingers are inked with both the Leviathan cross – believed to be Satan’s cross – and the sigil of Lucifer, reports Daily Mail Online.
His arms disgustingly display a detailed portrait of American serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who raped, tortured and murdered at least 33 young men and boys.
Hearne’s Facebook page reveals his passion for the supernatural, as well as an old-school photo showing vampire fangs sticking out of his mouth.
Other photographs showed his interest in devils, demons and vampires expressed through artwork.
According to police, the bone collector reportedly left a number of items at the locations, including candles, a crucifix and notes to Satan.
Several images the 40-year-old has posted include photos taken in Melbourne cemeteries, with one image showing someone dressed as a Grim Reaper.
Hearne posted a separate photo of Shakespeare’s Hamlet showing a human skull.
The 40-year-old is due to appear in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court in August to answer claims he stole from Footscray General Cemetery between January 27 and February 1.
According to The Herald Sun, a skull was found in his bedroom while a second was buried in a garden bed outside his rental property.
Hearne was charged with six felonies, including removing body parts from a human’s corpse twice.
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