He killed her but didn\'t eat her, he says!

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He killed her but didn't eat her, he says!

This guy admits to killing his girlfriend, even admits to frying up parts of her but draws the line at admitting to cannibalism.

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Calva told prosecutors he killed Galeana after an argument, then cut an arm and a leg off of her body so that he could dispense of it in parts.

"He denies having tasted her flesh," Mexico City's chief homicide prosecutor Gustavo Salas told reporters. "According to him, he thought it was better to cook the meat so he could feed it to the dogs."


Never mind the fact that he had Hannibal Lecter movies in his house and was writing a book called "Cannibal Instincts"

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20071017/od_nm/cannibal_dc;_ylt=Ao7wgMWsmCY_VrSb9XIGieESH9EA

Look, I don't make up the news, I just share it with you.
By Thomas_Crowne: posted on 22-10-2007

There seems to be a fad developing with eating humans.

Check out this guy and his nice meal...
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"Yes, people who can't think their way into this find it monstrous. But in principle I'm a normal human being.

I sauteed the steak of Bernd, with salt, pepper, garlic and nutmeg. I had it with Princess croquettes, Brussels sprouts and a green pepper sauce. The flesh tastes like pork, a little bit more bitter, stronger. It tastes quite good
said Meiwes. He said the meat was a little tough. He froze meal-sized portions of Brandes, some in the form of minced meat, and ate more than 20 kilograms of it in the months following the March 2001 killing.

At least he had some brussel sprouts. :)

 http://www.spiegel.de/inter...

Personally its just another sign that the more liberal a society becomes the more the boundaries will be stretched.
By netchicken: posted on 22-10-2007

Now here is a new dish. Humans marinated in honey.

In the grand bazaars of twelth century Arabia, it was occassionaly possible if you knew where to look and you had a lot of cash and a tote bag you didn't care about to porcure an item known as a mellified man.

The verb "to mellify" comes from the Latin for honey, mel. Mellfiedi men was dead human remains steeped in honey. Its other name was "human mummy confection," though this is misleading, for unlike other honey steeped confections, this one did not get served for dessert.

One administered topically, and, I am sorry to say, orally as medicine. The preparation represented an extraodinary effort, both on the part of the confectioners, and more notably, on the part of the ingredients.

.. In Arabia there are men 70 to 80 years old who are willing to give their bodies to save others. The subject does not eat food, he only bathes and partkes of honey. After a month he only excretes honey (the urine and feces are entirely honey) and death follows.

His fellow men place him in a stone coffin full of honey in which he macerates. The date is put upon the coffin giving the year and month. After a hundred years the seals are removed. A confection is formed which is used for the treatment of broken and wounded limbs. A small amount taken internally will immediately cure the complaint.

 http://www.romanpoet.org/188
By netchicken: posted on 22-10-2007








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