When Pedro Algorta's plane crashed in the Andes in 1972, he had to take drastic measures to avoid death. Forty years later, what's it like to know you ate your mate's hands?
The Kore tribe in Papua New Guinea ate its dead during a prion epidemic called kuru. Eventually, many of the cannibals developed a resistance to kuru altogether.
It started with a nibble. But my "chew first, questions later" approach has left the Mojave Wasteland riddled with the scars of my passing.
The weirdo travel writer is making a comeback after decades out of print.
Britain rules the waves of interlocking food chains.
Thank you for the inspiration, Luka Magnotta. Here are your 15 minutes of fame.
Question of the Day - Would You Eat Your Family if You Crash Landed on an Island and They Were Already Dead?
Cannibalism's only ever one bad holiday away.