|This is fake by the way...|
It's a subject that's still shocking to most people today, even though it has existed almost since the beginning of mankind. Although many more movies are using cannibalism to sell tickets (usually committed by inbred people living deep in the woods or mountains), it was and is more common than most know.
|Andes memorial site 2006|
|Baby being carefully cut out of pipe|
|Baby recovering nicely in hospital|
|This picture and others published on Seoul Times website|
Attributing most of this to Eastern countries is called blood libel. However they DO make movies showing them doing just so. But to accuse them of REALLY doing it would be like making a blanket statement that Americans are all psychopathic serial killers just because a whole lot of movies have dramatized the few that actually are.
But wait, the scary part is coming up. This article is from the United States ABC news website (dated January 2012 - I never heard a WORD about this):
'An Oklahoma bill that would ban the sale of food containing aborted human fetuses has some people wondering: What food currently contains aborted human fetuses? The bill, introduced Jan. 18 by State Sen. Ralph Shortey, prohibits the manufacture or sale of 'food or any other product intended for human consumption which contains aborted human fetuses in the ingredients or which used aborted human fetuses in the research or development of any of the ingredients.'
What they don't mention is that Senator Shortey is as reliable as a three dollar watch. Shortey may be acting on claims that the San Diego-based company Semonyx used proteins derived from human embryonic kidney cells to test artificial sweeteners, NPR reported. The cell line, known as HEK 293, was created from a human embryo in 1970 and has become a staple in biochemistry labs around the world. If passed, the bill would take effect Nov. 1, 2013.'
Are you beginning to see why horror movies don't scare me in the least?