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Guys- after about 2 mins of research it appears this is a hoax site connected to a novel called 'Another One Goes Tonight' by Peter Lovesy. (Similar to how the TV show LOST used to create websites related to the show). The "staff" listed on the website for Cannibal club lists names that characters in the book...Books is apparently about a serial killer(s) mystery ....character names Elspeth Blake who does the cooking (also listed on the website as the proprietor of cannibal club) Here's an link to page 81 from the book. books.google.com...= onepage&q=another%20one%20goes%20tonight%20elspeth&f=false
Cannibalclub.org any connections to CPP??
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: Argentbenign
now maybe in some third world country, but in any civilized nation it won't happen. there are health issues.
As of June 2016, human euthanasia is legal in the Netherlands, Belgium, Colombia, and Luxembourg. Assisted suicide is legal in Switzerland, Germany, Japan, Canada, and in the US states of Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Vermont, Montana, and California. Source
New mothers who eat their babies' placentas soon after childbirth are part of a growing fad. Web sites offer recipes and services, such as turning the placenta into a pill, to make the experience more palatable. Source
It sustains life in the womb and has fulfilled its primary purpose once it leaves the mother during childbirth. The human placenta then becomes something rather messy to be discarded - but not everyone sees it that way. The nutrients that have passed from mother to foetus over months of pregnancy are, some believe, still packed inside the bloody organ and should not be wasted. Instead, the raw placenta could provide just what the mother needs as she recovers from childbirth and begins breastfeeding. And that means eating it. Source
Turns out there are no laws in the U.S. specifically outlawing cannibalism, except in Idaho
you seem desperate to avoid addressing the fact that none of the named alledged staff have any verifiable legend that supports the claims made about them
Thanks sherlock...good thing we have you around to save the day.