German tourist killed, Suspected Victims of Cannibalism

Written By Admin on Monday, October 17, 2011 | 7:12 PM

Pacific Ocean - A tourist from Germany, Stefan Ramin, 40, was killed on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean. Based on the findings of the SAR team, he allegedly killed for being a victim of cannibalism. Reporting from page Telegraph, Monday, October 17, 2011, bones and ash residue is found on the island of Nuku Hiva is not isolated in French Polynesia after searching for weeks.

In addition to bones, teeth, and torn flesh, found also a piece of clothing thought to belong to Ramin. The plan, the ash is planned to be studied in Paris, France. However, studies to determine whether the ash is the remains of burning Ramin will take a long time.
According to the SAR team consisting of 22 policemen, Ramin allegedly attacked and eaten by cannibals on the island. Currently, the police were looking for Henri Haiti, a local tour guide who escorted Ramin sailing.

According to reports, Haiti is the last person to see Ramin life. Haiti was then approached Heike Dorsch, 37, Ramin lover, to say that accidents happen and Ramin injured. Suddenly, Haiti directly attacked Dorsch and tied in a tree. Luckily this woman managed to escape. Ramin has traveled with his girlfriend since 2008. On September 16, they reached the island of Nuku Hiva, Marquesas archipelago's largest island using a sailboat. This island was mentioned in one of the stories written by Herman Melville, author of famous novel Moby Dick. The practice of cannibalism was ever in 2000 people inhabited this island, but is believed to have been extinct

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