A woman says she is furious after discovering the remains of dozens of people stuffed in Ikea bags at a church in Sweden.
Erotic novelist Kicki Karlén told Swedish news organisation The Local that she found the bones and skeletons of "around 80" people at the Kläckeberga church in the south of the country while doing research for her next book.
According to the website, the bags have been sitting under the floorboards of the church since parts were dug up and rebuilt to allow wheelchair access.
An archaeologist involved in the dig five years ago said some of them may be as many as 500 years old.
And while he denied placing the bones in the bag, Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay argued that they would be an effective way of preserving the remains.
Though she remains angry about her shocking discovery, Karlen says the episode may feature in one of her stories in future.
"You know, I just might put them in. I have to say I'm tempted," she said.