An Indonesian Cannibal
- Cannibalism: Survivor of the 1972 Andes plane crash describes the 'terrible
- Four young men — freezing cold, starving and struggling to survive following a plane crash — stood over their dead friend, armed with razor blades and broken glass. They cut their friend's clothes. Then, his body.
- The Weird Global Appeal of Heavy Metal
- Today's “world music” isn't Peruvian pan flutes or African talking drums. It's loud guitars, growling vocals and ultrafast “blast” beats. Heavy metal has become the unlikely soundtrack of globalization.
- GRAPHIC CONTENT: Zoo's abandoned animals turn to mummified stone statues
- Cannibal animals. Friday, 11th March 2016. It's a dog eat dog world, take a look at these amazing cannibal animals, from a snake swallowing a kangaroo to a seagull eating a fellow bird.
- Is 'The Cannibal In the Jungle' A True Story? Animal Planet's New Movie
- But more directly, The Cannibal in the Jungle is a fictional story about a 1977 expedition into the Indonesian jungle that's beset by a cannibalistic tribe, and the resulting court case questioning explorer Timothy Darrow's account of the events.
- Nowhere near Hollywood
- Balibo is based on the true story of five Australian journalists who were slaughtered by Indonesian soldiers. In Beautiful Kate, a family is destroyed ... In the period film Van Diemen's Land, seven men are killed and eaten by a cannibal.
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