Accused grave robber Tristan Hearne’s internet history revealed

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The social media activity of a man charged with stealing body parts from a Melbourne gravesite has been revealed.

The internet history of a man accused of stealing human remains from Melbourne graves has been revealed.

Tristan Hearne, 40, was arrested in March after police allegedly found stolen body parts at a Spotswood share house where he was renting a room.

Officers allegedly found a skull in his bedroom and another buried in his back yard.

Police allege the human heads were stolen from the Footscray General Cemetery between January 27 and February 1.

Mr Hearne is due to face court again in August.

Prior to Hearne’s arrest in March, his Facebook page posted images of skulls and vampires.

One post from September 2020 included an image of a skull from Shakespeare’s Hamlet alongside the caption “This above all: To thine own self be true.”

Hearne’s social media pages are littered with images of gravesites.

Originally published as Accused grave robber Tristan Hearne’s internet history revealed


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