necrophile


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necrophile

[′nek·rə‚fīl]
(psychology)
A person affected with necrophilia.
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So there's a sadist, a masochist, a murderer, a necrophile, and a zoophile.
Through his deathly Helen, Morgan seemed intent on exorcising the specter of Wright's corporeal sexuality, but in doing so he branded his Faustus as a necrophile.
The students got that Gowdy wants us to understand that the female necrophile who narrates the title story is both a hyperbolic representation of male sexuality and a challenge to phallocentric culture; that the two-headed man's obsession with normalcy ironically renders him monstrous; and that "Body and Soul" was meant to be uncomfortable for its readers in pointing to our constructions of social and physical difference.
Other British-bred produce includes John Reginald Halliday Christie, the Notting Hill Necrophile (1953); Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, the Moors Murderers (1966); Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper (1981); Dennis Nilsen, the Cricklewood Scourge of the Gay (1983); and Harold Shipman, the murderous 'Dr.
The separation criterion generally requires that the capture be equal to or greater than 80% in any one of these three baits for a species to be classified as coprophile, necrophile or generalist (Halffter and Arellano 2002).
It would seem that only a necrophile could disagree.
Indeed, the problematic relationship of the necrophile and his prey emerges as the central concern in Rachilde's text.
A couple of times they hit the mark, though, with the excellent song and dance routine Cool Cat Necrophile (you'lllaugh, honest
The writer compares it morally and ethically with being a pedophile or necrophile.
Kissed is a critically acclaimed story of a young necrophile coming to terms with her sexuality, while the newly-released Suspicious River, focuses on a motel clerk facing extreme events of sex and violence.
Darby, a BBC fire and safety officer in London, is a self-confessed necrophile - a man obsessed with having sex with dead women.
Tobe Hooper's ``The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,'' Thomas Harris' ``The Silence of the Lambs'' and ``Hannibal,'' and the book and film of Bret Easton Ellis' ``American Psycho'' all owe a little something to America's favorite cross-dressing homicidal necrophile.