Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, murdered, mutilated, then cannibalized his victims.
Cannibal Serial Killer Ottis Toole was a necrophilia who loved having his victims for supper.
Most serial killers were bed wetters and were abused by parents. Most are white, kill those of their same race,
are hetrosexuals in twenties and thirties. Most victims are women and children whom are unknown to them and
their actions are sexual. Most develope a taste for human flesh and have sex with with the victim,
even after they are dead. Serial killers are sadistically cruel with animals.
Serial killer Ted Bundy, a handsome, intelligent man, once worked at a centered where he was credited for helping
save many potential suicides, yet he murdered many young women.
Serial killer Patrick W. Kearney, mutilated his victims an would stuff their body parts into sleeping bags and then
drop the bags along the California freeways.
Serial Killer Karl Denke would mutilate his victims, pickle, then put them in pickle jars.
Serial Killers Jeffrey Dahmer Ted Bundy Patrick W. Kearney
Stalker John Hinckley Jr., stalked Jody Foster and attempted
to assassinate President Reagan in order to impress her. He was found to be insane.
Cannibalism, eating of human flesh by human beings, and also eating by animals of members of their own species.
The term cannibalism is derived from the name of the Carib Indians who lived in the West Indies when
the Genoese-born navigator Christopher Columbus arrived. The Carib were maneaters and the Spanish name for the tribe
was Canibales, meaning bloodthirsty and cruel. The practice of cannibalism is of great antiquity and has been reported
in many parts of the world. Evidence indicates that it may have been practiced as early as Neolithic times.
The Greek historian Herodotus and other ancient writers gave accounts of various ancient people who were cannibals.
In medieval times the Italina traveler Marco Polo reported that tribes from Tibet to Sumatra practied cannibalism.
It was practiced among many North American Indians, especially among the tribes of the western coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
Until recent times cannibalism prevailed throughout much of central and western Africa, Australia, New Zealand,
Melanesia, Sumatra, New Guinea, Polynesia, and remote parts of South America.
Sometimes cannibalism arose from the belief that the person who ate the dead body of another would acquire the desired
qualities of the person eaten, particularly of a brave enemy.
In a few instances cannibalism seems to have been dictated by no other motive than revenge. It was even believed that the
existence of the ghost of an enemy would be utterly destroyed if his body were eaten, thus leaving nothing in which his
spirit could live. Cannibalism was sometimes part of a religious practice. The Binderwurs of central india ate their
sick and aged in belief that the act was pleasing to their goddess, Kali. In Mexico thousands of human victims were
sacrificed annually by the Aztecs to their deities. After the ceremony of sacrifice, the Aztec priests and the populace
ate the bodies of the victims, believing that the act brought those who ate closer to their gods.
Among the western peoples cannibalism is rare, although starvation has sometimes driven men to eat the flesh of other men.
One instance in America involved members of the ill-fated Donner Party in the Sierra Nevada in California during the
winter of 1846-47. Another occurred in Chile in 1972 when 16 members of a Uruguayan soccer team survived for 70 days
after their airplane crashed in the Andes Mountains.
Cannibalism also exists among animals. Wolves have been known to eat injured members of their packs, and rats and pigs have been observed to eat the young of their
species. A well-known instance of cannibalism among insects is the habit of the female spider of eating the
male after mating. Among the mantes, the larger insects often eat the smaller, and the female mantis devours the male.