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Cannibals: Shocking True Tales of the Last Taboo on Land and at Sea
Here is some of the most dramatic & controversial

Our Price: $17.00
By Joseph S. Cummins (ed)
Year: 2001
Pages: 271
Binding Paperback
ISBN 1-59228-453-1

Product Code: 142235153X

Here is some of the most dramatic & controversial incidents of cannibalism in history. Includes: an account of the disastrous Donner party expedition in the snows of the Sierra Nevada in 1847; from Nat Philbrick’s book “In the Heart of the Sea,” about the wreck of the whaleship Essex; & from Piers Read’s classic “Alive,” which relates the tragic aftermath of a 1972 Uruguayan airliner crash. Brings together little-known & equally shocking tales -- how marauding gangs of cannibals, 1150 A.D., may have destroyed a flourishing southwestern civilization; how forensic evidence revealed the truth behind the vanished 1845 expedition of Arctic explorer John Franklin; how the Japanese practiced ritual cannibalism on Allied soldiers during WW2; & much more.

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