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4,589.  Man is of no importance.  Look at what happens when you starve him.  He begins to eat his dead companions to stay alive.  Man is only interested in his own survival.  That is all that counts.  All the Spinoza stuff is a lot of rubbish.  (Man & Starvation & Cannibalism & Survival & Humanity & Committee 300 & Illuminati & New World Order)  Felix Dzerzinski, Polish aristocrat

 

 

92,051.  If the unemployed are hungry, why don’t they eat their own bodies.  All that good meat going to waste - it makes me mad.  (Unemployment & Hunger & Cannibalism)  Spitting Image s1e6, Mrs Thatcher

 

 

103,765.  I’ve always wanted to eat Virginia.  Spitting Image s14e6, John Major et al, plane crash in the mountains  

 

 

14,358.  During dismembered I saved the heart, muscle, meat from the thigh, arm, bicep yeah, liver.  Cut it into small pieces, washed them off, put it in these plastic clear plastic freezer bags and put them in the floor of my freezer.  Just as an escalation of trying something new, to satisfy, and I would cook it, and then, look at the picture and masturbate afterwards.  (Murder & Cannibal)  Jeffrey Dahmer interview

 

 

14,370.  According to Dahmer none of his experimental zombies lived longer than a day ... Dahmer began eating their flesh.  (Murder & Cannibal)  Jeffrey Dahmer, Crime Channel

 

 

14,375.  Jeffrey Dahmer murdered seventeen young men over thirteen years.  He would cut open his victims for his own sexual pleasure, preserve their severed body parts, and towards the end eat their thighs, biceps and hearts.  (Murder & Cannibal)  Jeffrey Dahmer: Born to Kill? CI 2013

 

 

14,672.  He [Stephen Griffiths] claimed to have eaten parts of his victims.  (Murder & Cannibal)  Professor David Wilson, Killers Behind Bars: The Untold Story: Stephen Griffiths – The Crossbow Cannibal

 

 

14,688.  Once again he [Haigh] claimed to have drunk his victims’ blood before disposing of them.  (Murder & Cannibal)  Great Crimes & Trials: Haigh the Acid Bath Murderer

 

 

15,059.  Surinder Koli tented children into his home before abusing and killing them.  The horror wasn’t over: he butchered their bodies later confessing to eating their organs.  (Murder: Koli & Children & Abuse & Paedophile & Cannibal)  Evil Up Close: The Slumdog Cannibal

 

15,060.  He later claimed to police that village elders abused him.  (Murder: Koli & Children & Abuse & Paedophile & Cannibal)  ibid.

 

15,061.  The depths of his depravity shocked the nation.  (Murder: Koli & Children & Abuse & Paedophile & Cannibal)  ibid.

 

15,062.  He murdered and raped nineteen children.  (Murder: Koli & Children & Abuse & Paedophile & Cannibal)  ibid.

 

 

15,063.  Slowly these feelings turned into my wanting to murder and eat them.  (Murder: Koli & Children & Abuse & Paedophile & Cannibal)  Surinder Koli

 

 

22,992.  Hannibal series:  Hannibal the Cannibal – I don’t expect him to talk to you.  (Murder & Cannibalism & Horror)  The Silence of the Lambs 1991 starring Jodie Foster & Anthony Hopkins & Scott Glen & Ted Levine & Anthony Heald & Brooke Smith & Diane Baker & Kasi Lemmons & Frankie Fraison & Tracey Walter et al, director Jonathan Demme, Jack Crawford to Agent Starling

 

22,993.  He’s a monster.  A pure psychopath.  (Murder & Monster & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.  Dr Chilton to Starling

 

22,994.  Buffalo Bill – what a naughty boy he is.  (Murder & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.  Lecter to Starling

 

22,995.  You’re not more than one generation from poor white trash.  (Murder & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.  Lecter to Starling

 

22,996.  A census taker once tried to test me: I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.  Slugh-lugh-lugh-lugh.  (Murder & Eat & Food & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.

 

22,997.  What I want is a view: I want a window where I can see a tree.  (Murder & Tree & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.  

 

22,998.  What is your worst memory of childhood?  (Murder & Memory & Children & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.

 

22,999.  Our Billy wasn’t born a criminal, Clarice; he was made one through years of systematic abuse.  (Murder & Crime & Abuse & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.

 

23,000.  Senator, just one more thing – love your suit.  (Murder & Clothes & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.  Lecter

 

23,001.  He won’t come after me.  He won’t.  (Murder & Horror)  ibid.  Starling

 

23,002.  Well, Clarice, have the lambs stopped screaming?  (Murder & Lamb & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.  Lecter

 

23,003.  I’m having an old friend for dinner.  (Murder & Dinner & Cannibalism & Horror)  ibid.

 

 

 

23,007.  Q)  What are you doing sitting there in the dark, Starling?

 

A)  Thinking about Cannibalism.  (Murder Films & Cannibalism & Horror)  Hannibal 2000 starring Anthony Hopkins & Julianne Moore & Gary Oldman & Ray Liotta & Frankie Faison & Giancarlo Giannini & Francesca Neri & David Andrews & Francis Guianan et al, director Ridley Scott, sexist agent to Starling  

 

 

93,112.  I hope you don't mind.  I would have used the butcher's knife but the sword seemed so appropriate.  (Cannibal & Knife & Sword & Horror)  Hannibal Rising 1997 starring Gaspard Ulliel & Aaran Thomas & Gong Li & Dominic West & Rhys Ifans & Helena-Lia Tachovska & Kevin McKidd & Richard Brake & Stephen Walters & Ivan Marevich & Charles Maquignon et al, director Peter Webber, young Lector

 

 

66,157.  I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.  Thomas Harris, The Silence of the Lambs

 

 

66,125.  Eating people is wrong!  Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, The Reluctant Cannibal, song 1956

 

 

66,126.  On 13th October 1972 a Uruguayan rugby team is travelling from Montevideo to Santiago in Chile for a tournament.  On the way the plane hits turbulence, and the pilots stray off course ... Thirty-two of the forty-five passengers and crew survive the crash ... No-one knows where the plane has crashed.  They are surrounded by mountains with little food or drink.  And at an altitude of four thousand metres the temperature is below freezing.  To survive, a group of young men will be forced to break the most sacred of human taboos.  It will become one of the most remarkable and terrifying survival stories of the twentieth century.  Alive in the Andes

 

66,127.  At first not all the survivors will eat human flesh.  Eventually they all do.  The flesh provides enough protein to keep them alive.  ibid.

 

66,128.  The avalanche buries most of the survivors ... Eight people die in the avalanche.  ibid.

 

66,129.  Day 69: it’s been nine days since Nando and Roberto left the crash site.  A few hours later they get the first real proof they have returned to the land of the living.  ibid.

 

66,130.  On 22nd December there is a Christmas surprise for those who survived 72 days in the Andes.  ibid.

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