Tag: Cannibalism

Cannibalism is the act of one creature eating another of the same species. Cannibalism is well document in the UK and Ireland, with the most famous being Sawney Bean and Christie Cleek, both from Scotland.

Britain’s 6 Most Disgusting Killer Cannibals

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CHRISTINE MILLER tells us about six most horrific British cannibals

Death Line 1972: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

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Death Line (1972) starring Donald Pleasence and Christopher is a fan favourite. Here's 10 things you didn't know from SIMON BALL.

Ireland’s 5 Strangest Murders

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ANN MASSEY takes a look at some of the more unusual murders on the Emerald Isle

13 creepy facts about Sawney Bean, the Scottish Cannibal

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13 gruesome facts on Scottish cannibal Sawney Bean, thanks to MJ STEEL COLLINS

Death Line Soundtrack from Wil Malone

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DOM COOPER tell us about Wil Malone's eerie main theme from the British 1972 Donald Pleasence horror classic Death Line

8 Scottish serial killers who shocked the world

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Guest writer JOHN MILTON has got down and dirty with these Scottish serial killers

Was Sawney Bean fact or fiction?

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Was Sawney Bean the Scottish cannibal real or just folklore? DAVID SAUNDERSON takes at look...

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