Russian cannibal arrested after headless body falls out of car

A man arrested in northern Russia after a decapitated body fell out of the trunk of his car allegedly confessed to cops that he has a penchant for cannibalism.

When Yegor Komarov, 23, crashed his Mitsubishi into a road barrier in Sortavala, the corpse allegedly rolled out of the vehicle.

Komarov and two others fled into the woods, leaving the headless body in the road, much to the shock of onlookers, reported the Daily Mail.

Once the suspects were caught, Komarov revealed he was a cannibal and “likes killing people,” according to Russian authorities.

Komarov also confessed to fatally stabbing a 38-year-old man in a St. Petersburg park because he wanted to taste human flesh, reported Russian media, according to the Mail.

“When he died, I gutted his neck and tasted the blood and meat,” he reportedly said. “But the meat was difficult to cut, as the knife was blunt, and I did not like the taste of his veins.”

Komarov detailed how before getting rid of the body, he sliced off the tongue so he could taste it, allegedly cooking it in butter.

He did not fancy that, either, adding, “I probably would have liked another part of the body.”

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Satanic or satire? US school preaches ‘cannibalism,’ yet concerned parents are the ones branded as ‘domestic terrorists’

As further evidence that the US school system has lost the plot, students in Georgia were instructed to consider ‘eating babies’ as a way of solving world hunger. How much more depraved does it have to get before people wake up?

In the ongoing series entitled ‘US Schools Go Insane,’ one institution apparently thought that by slapping a ‘satire’ sticker on the most profane idea imaginable, the contraband would go unnoticed. On behalf of satire, I’m happy to report it didn’t work. 

As part of the inventive English lesson, which probably spoiled more than one trip to the cafeteria, high school students at Richmond Hill were tasked with finding ways of ‘raising and eating of babies to solve the world hunger problem’. Yum. Rhonda Thomas, founder and president of Truth in Education, broke down the details of the class assignment in a shocking interview with The New American. The information from the lesson plan that she divulged is nothing short of – as Thomas herself described it – “satanic.”

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Cannibal, 41, cut out his neighbor’s heart and COOKED it with potatoes to feed his family before stabbing his uncle and a four-year-old girl to death

A repeat felon has confessed to killing his neighbor, cutting out her heart and feeding it to his family before murdering his uncle and a four-year-old girl, Oklahoma authorities say. 

Lawrence Paul Anderson, 42, allegedly stabbed the neighbor, Andrea Lynn Blankenship, to death at her home in Chickasha on February 9.  

He then went back to his house and stabbed three people – his uncle, aunt and their granddaughter – the same day, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. 

Police were called to the home and found the uncle, 67-year-old Leon Pye, and the child, Kaeos Yates, injured. She was pronounced dead in an ambulance en route to the hospital. 

The aunt, Delsie Pye, was also stabbed in both eyes but survived. 

In an interview with investigators Anderson revealed the gruesome final meal he fed his family after murdering Blankenship.

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HUFU: THE VEGAN CANNIBAL’S ALTERNATIVE TO HUMAN FLESH

Hufu was a tofu-based product designed to taste like human flesh, providing an alternative meat source for health-conscious cannibals.

Hufu founder Mark Nuckols was reading the book Good To Eat: Riddles of Food and Culture by anthropologist Marvin Harris, while eating a tofurkey sandwich, when the idea came to him: a healthy, vegan alternative to human meat.

Nuckols launched Hufu in 2005, and the initial stock of 144 boxes of Hufu Classic Strips sold out in just two days.

If I had known about it back then, every one of those boxes would have shipped to me. But Hufu, surprisingly, had a bigger market than one random weirdo with a website and an unhealthy interest in cannibalism.

“Hufu was originally conceived of as a product for students of anthropology hungry for the experience of cannibalism but deterred by the legal and logistical obstacles,” the now defunct Eat Hufu website stated. “However, our preliminary market research revealed the existence of a larger segment of the public that was interested in the availability of a legal and healthy human flesh substitute, as well as vegetarians and vegans. We also found that Hufu is a great product for cannibals who want to quit. Hufu is also a great cannibal convenience food — no more Friday night hunting raids! Stay at home and enjoy the flavorful, convenient human flesh alternative.”

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