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Eat your heart out: Jealous ex is 'king' and dines on man's heart

Cape Town - Police were called to the home of Nomonde Soloshe where a Zimbabwean man was found stabbing a knife and fork through the chest of Soloshe's current boyfriend as he ate the man's heart, muttering 'I am king.'
In the Media by Malysa Stratton Louk

Pakistani held for cannibalism after eating baby

Lahore - A Pakistani man was arrested Monday on suspicion of cannibalism when the head of a newborn baby was found at his home -- three years after he was jailed for the same offence.
In the Media by AFP

Video: Scientifically-accurate 'Flintstones' changes the story

"Flintstones. Meet the Flintstones..." is a familiar song from most peoples' childhoods. However, some experts decided to point out that the whole show is completely inaccurate scientifically and then corrected the issue in animated video form.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Cannibalistic mantis invades New Zealand

South African female praying mantises have invaded New Zealand. This has brought problems for the New Zealand males because the invasive females have a tendency to eat the males after mating.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Neanderthals take having a neighbor over to dinner to a new level

Barcelona - Back in 1994, a cache of bones was discovered at El Sidrón cave, around 50km from the city of Oviedo in Asturias, northern Spain. These bones have been the subject of scientific studies ever since and now forensic techniques are giving some answers.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Diet pills containing human flesh seized in South Korea

Two Chinese students who sold diet pills containing human flesh in the Jeju Province, have been arrested by Chinese police.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 5 comments

Review: ‘We Are What We Are’ questions traditions cloaked in blood Special

In ‘We Are What We Are’, the Parkers follow an ancient, divisive practice that gives the eldest female members responsibilities beyond those of a typical family.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul

Cult leader known as 'Black Jesus' butchered to death

After a five-year manhunt, a cult leader and failed Lutheran minister known as "Black Jesus" was chopped to pieces by angry villagers in Papua New Guinea.
In the Media by John Sevigny

Cannibal rebel ate dead soldier: 'All Syrians will be like me'

Rebel commander Abu Sakkar filmed himself cutting out and eating the organs of a dead pro-regime fighter, and warned that if the bloodshed continues "all Syrian people" will be like him - promising the same fate to Alawites members of Assad’s Shiite.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto

Cannibalistic militia cults grow in Central Africa

The horrendous conditions of poverty, war and disease faced by the populations of Central Africa has given rise to bizarre and terrifying armed groups involved in barbarous and inhuman activities.
In the Media by Stephen Morgan - 1 comment

Video: Evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown Colony (1609-1610)

Scholars studying fragments of skeleton of a girl, 14, found in a cellar in the fort on the James River where starving colonists sheltered during the bitter winter of 1609-1610 have found evidence of cannibalism among the early British colonists.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

'Canterbury Cannibal' arrested, ties to 'Cannibal Cop' revealed

Canterbury - Law enforcement officials in Canterbury, England have searched the garden of a British nurse who allegedly inspired and encouraged NYPD's "Cannibal Cop".
In the Media by Greta McClain

North Korean parents eat their children as famine worsens

Pyongyang - Reports say a North Korean man has been executed after he killed his two children for food. He was reportedly put to death by firing squad after officials discovered he ate his children in the 2012 famine in which thousands of North Koreans died.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 9 comments

Man bites off newborn baby daughter's cheek

Port-of-spain - A 24-year-old Trinidadian man was in such a rage after finding out there was no food in the house, he turned against his five-day-old baby, Jinayah, chewing off her cheek and part of her leg.
In the Media by Sherene Chen-See - 3 comments

NYPD officer arrested for planning kidnapping, rape, cannibalism

New York - A New York city police officer has been arrested after being accused of plotting to kidnap, torture, cook and eat women he had listed on his computer.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 2 comments

Cannibal cop busted

New York - A New York City Police officer has been arrested following a combined investigation by the FBI and the NYPD where it is alleged that the defendant has conspired to kidnap, kill , cook and eat a female victim.
In the Media by Richard Mccallum - 1 comment

Thai mother allegedly kills, cooks and eats her sons, ages 1 & 5

Chiang Mai - A Thai mother allegedly killed, cooked and ate her two young sons because she suffered hallucinations that the boys were pigs.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 4 comments

Papua New Guinea cannibal cult made penis soup from dead victims

Police in Papua New Guinea have arrested 29 people, alleged members of a cannibal cult who ate their victims' brains raw and made penis soup as part of a war on 'evil sorcerers.'
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 13 comments

Luka Magnotta is not finished, evidence suggests

Montreal - The international manhunt for Luka Rocco Magnotta continues as the evidence suggests the alleged killer will attack again.
In the Media by Garry Malloy - 1 comment

Miami cop shoots naked man chewing on victim's face

Miami - When the attacker refused police commands to stop eating the face of his victim, the officer fired several shots, killing the naked man.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Polar bears eating polar bears, what's new?

Anthropocentric climate change proponents suggest polar bear cannibalism is increasing due to the lack of sea ice formation and the humans causing the warming.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 4 comments

Can male black-widow spiders reduce the risk of being devoured?

A study has found that male black-widow spiders are able to reduce the risk of being devoured by their mating partner by detecting and courting well-fed females. By sensing if the female is satiated the male can achieve passing his genes and stay alive.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar

Sunken whaling ship of 'Moby Dick' captain found

Nantucket - Remains of a whaling ship discovered on a remote coral reef nearly 600 miles northwest of Honolulu, Hawaii are believed to be those of the second ship that inspired Herman Melville's classic 'Moby Dick.'
In the Media by Adeline Yuboco

Archaeologist says ancient Americans practiced cannibalism

Durango - A report in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology shows ancient Puebloan Indians, also called Anasazi, practiced cannibalism, a claim seen as taboo by many.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 34 comments

PETA gets kudos for rescue of 26,000+ exotic animals in Texas

It's not often People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is praised. The organization, which advocates vegetarianism, recently helped shut down an exotic pet store in Texas where the animals were poorly handled.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 8 comments

Study: Neanderthals may have been eaten by Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens may have been responsible for butchering Neanderthals in the Stone Age. Evidence for this theory has been found on a jawbone in France. The bone was covered in cut marks similar to those found when humans stripped the flesh from animals.
In the Media by Julian Worker - 10 comments

Brazil Indians interrogated for suspected cannibalism

Three native Indians in Brazil are suspected of killing a 21-year-old handicapped man and eating the corpse’s flesh in a rare case of cannibalism, local police said on Tuesday.
In the Media by Subhabrata Das - 1 comment

Japanese flesh is tastiest say Pacific cannibals

German anthropologist Olga Ammann and Italian photographer Iago Corazza say in their book 'Die Letzen Papuas' (The Last Papuans), that cannibals on this south Pacific island love the taste of Japanese flesh.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt - 5 comments

Polar bears starving, drowning and resorting to cannibalism as Artic ice melts

With the Arctic ice receding, polar bears are starving, drowning, and even resorting to cannibalism as a result of the lack of access to their normal food sources.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 8 comments

Locusts Eat Their Own

In seemingly spontaneous fashion, as many as 10 billion critters can suddenly swarm the air and carpet the ground, blazing destructive paths that bring starvation and economic ruin.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 75 comments
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Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau  sout...
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Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau, south of Dresden, November 29, 2013. A German policeman has been arrested after the chopped-up body of a man he met on a fetishist website for cannibalism was found buried in his garden, police in the eastern city of Dresden said on Friday.
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Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau  sout...
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Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau, south of Dresden, November 29, 2013. A German policeman has been arrested after the chopped-up body of a man he met on a fetishist website for cannibalism was found buried in his garden, police in the eastern city of Dresden said on Friday.
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Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau  sout...
With permission by Reuters / Pawel Sosnowski
Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau, south of Dresden. A German policeman has been arrested after the chopped-up body of a man he met on a fetishist website for cannibalism was found buried in his garden
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Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau  sout...
With permission by Reuters / Pawel Sosnowski
Police experts inspect the crime scene in Gimmlitztal near the town of Hartmannsdorf-Reichenau, south of Dresden, November 29, 2013. A German policeman has been arrested after the chopped-up body of a man he met on a fetishist website for cannibalism was found buried in his garden, police in the eastern city of Dresden said on Friday.
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Arif in chains awaiting his trip to jail.
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Arif in chains awaiting his trip to jail.
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A tadpole is the larval stage in the life cycle of an amphibian.
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Evidence: Cannibalism at Jamestown Colony, 1609
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