Cannibals

True Stories Of The Horrifying Killers Who Feast On Human Flesh

By Jimmy Lee Shreeve
John Blake 2008.

The eating of human flesh by a fellow human is utterly repulsive and abhorrent to most of us. Yet the practise was widespread all over the world in prehistoric times. Chillingly, there are some among us who still do it today - and their depraved thirst for human flesh is so strong they resort to slaughtering others to satisfy it.

In 2004, police called at the East London flat of Brian Cherry. On entering they were confronted with a horrifying sight. His brains were simmering on the stove, and his body lay dismembered on the floor in a pool of blood. Cherry's friend Peter Bryan had killed him and eaten his brains with butter because the local Kentucky Fried Chicken was closed at the time. "It was definitely finger licking good," said Bryan laughing.

In Germany, in 2001, there was the case of Armin Meiwes, who advertised on websites for "young, well-built men aged 18-30 to slaughter." Amazingly, he got a taker: one Bernd-Jurgen Brandes. Meiwes told investigators that he took Brandes back to his home, where his new friend agreed to have his penis cut off. Meiwes flambeed the organ for the pair of them...

Meiwes said he then killed Brandes with his consent and went on to eat 44 pounds of his flesh.

Cannibals covers many grotesque and stomach-churning cases of contemporary cannibalism, revealing outwardly normal people who have murdered and eaten their own kind.

EXCLUSIVE!!! Cannibals also contains exclusive, never-before-revealed interview footage with a real life cannibal called Eric Soames (who got his human flesh from mortuaries), and his subsequent exorcism by an old friend of Jimmy Lee's - Canadian shaman Elias Crazywolf.

The terrifying truth is: Cannibals aren't just found in far-flung islands, they inhabit our cities and suburbs today.

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"A new true crime book called Cannibals by Jimmy Lee Shreeve exposes the extent of cannibalism on the Internet. Human flesh eaters are apparently eyeing people up on social networking sites like MySpace with a view to devouring them. Eric Soames, a self-professed cannibal told Shreeve of cannibal groups circulating on the internet, looking for potential victims.

Soames said he didn't want to murder anyone, so he found ways of getting human flesh from mortuaries and even cemeteries. He'd take a sharp knife, cut bits off, and take them home and fry them up in a pan. According to Shreeve, some cannibals have no problem taking peoples lives so they can eat their fresh."
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