As Seen on The History Channel.
|This fascinating look into three real-life stories of cannibalism investigates the secrecy, denial and even pride which has historically accompanied the act of eating human flesh.|
Editor's NoteCannibalism is typically thought to be one of man's most universal taboos. But new evidence suggests that this horrific practice may have been more widespread--and more widely accepted--than ever imagined. This intriguing release takes a look at cannibalism in both modern and ancient times, employing the latest scientific research to shed light on its shocking place in human history.
It's a story of bubonic plague, starvation, espionage and cannibalism ...