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Saturday, November 28, 2015

Wild West fortune hunter Alfred Packer

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Wild West fortune hunter turned cannibalistic

How Wild West fortune hunter Alfred Packer turned to cannibalism
When Alfred Packer arrived back in Los Pinos, Colorado without his five friends in April 1874, people wondered how the civil war veteran looked so remarkably well fed for a man who survived eating frozen rosebuds. The truth, when it emerged, was far more shocking. Packer killed his five companions and feasted on their remains for more than 60 days after he was snowed in.
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