A team of researchers investigated five instances of cannibalism in an attempt to uncover the underlying cause behind the unspeakable acts.
Cannibalism was a highly profitable survival strategy for our ancient ancestors, according to a study.
Katherine Timpf likened America under the Green New Deal to a land of cannibalistic frontier pioneers.
The former president's plane was shot down over the Pacific, but he escaped capture by the Japanese, whose prisoners were sometimes beaten, tortured, beheaded and even eaten.
Nino Mbath, a traditional healer from South Africa, was arrested after he brought human body parts to a police station in August 2017.
The remains of a missing 61-year-old, who had frequented the restaurant, were discovered in the kitchen.
It'd only take a few years until just one person was left.
Stories say the people of Easter Island's destroyed the landscape before turning to cannibalism. The truth is far more sinister.
The 4-year-old Tonkean macaque exhibited prolonged attachment to the infant's desiccated corpse before starting to chew its remains.
Arm bone at cave site had been carved with a zigzag pattern before being broken open to get at the marrow.
A report from the group cited the discovery of mass graves, among other things.