'from a wealthy Texan background'
December 19, 2005 6:03 PM   Subscribe

If you hunger for more posts like yesterday's about Michael Rockefeller, here's another morsel: a student's interview with American expat and cannibal Kapal Nath. Of course sometimes you get the impression that Nath will say anything in an interview. I suppose you could always find some neighbors to help you separate the hufu from the chaff. 'Course you could just stick to the documentaries.
posted by arakasi (7 comments total)

It's a fraud! He says "Human flesh smells like rawhide and tastes like pork,", but we already know it tastes like "good, fully developed veal"...case closed!

Can I get on that Hoax busting TV show now?
posted by freebird at 6:14 PM on December 19, 2005

help you separate the hufu from the chaff.

For a moment there I thought you were talking about ruru.
posted by MonkeySaltedNuts at 6:21 PM on December 19, 2005

There's Aghor ashram in Sonoma. Any CA MeFites wanna crash the new members bbq?
posted by kosem at 7:05 PM on December 19, 2005

Human: the other other white meat.
posted by clevershark at 8:44 PM on December 19, 2005

Metafilter: the other other.... Oh, never mind.
posted by arakasi at 8:50 PM on December 19, 2005

Connect the dots"" -- as another Texan said today :

What led an American from a wealthy Texan background to immigrate to India and turn to cannibalism?

"Cook 'em barbecue" using a "big, big bucket of barbecue sauce, paintbrush, roller, you know.'
posted by pwedza at 8:57 PM on December 19, 2005

They could always make a batch of chili.
posted by clevershark at 9:39 PM on December 19, 2005

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