Take a look, if you dare.
From first-hand accounts of the Crusades' "wicked banquets" to eating mummies in the 16th century, the European continent has their fill of savage tales.
In Prehistoric Italy, ancient inhabitants stripped the flesh off their dead, broke up the carcasses, and mixed the bones with animal remains.
The Davison family thought they were just spending a sunny day at a local swim hole. Little did they know a teen ghost was trying to make her presence known.
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From 1500s Brazil to Colonial America and early Soviet Union, people have been partaking in the illicit – and illegal – act of cannibalism for surprising reasons.
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