Cannibal Jungle by Jon AthanDuring a business trip to Uruguay, Nathan Reed’s commercial airline is caught in a powerful storm over the Amazon Jungle. The plane crashes somewhere along the Brazilian-Peruvian border, leaving a handful of survivors stranded in the rainforest. They race to find potable water, medical supplies, and safe shelter. Their fight for survival intensifies when they are targeted by a mysterious group of uncontacted people in the Amazon...
Jon Athan, the author of Cannibal Creek and City of Hunger, welcomes you to Cannibal Jungle in this violent, suspenseful survival-horror novel. Can you survive this gory journey?
WARNING: This novel contains graphic content. Reader discretion is advised.
CANNIBALS: THE REAL STORY (AMAZING HISTORY DOCUMENTARY)
The Cannibal in the Jungle
Though it is fictional, the TV film takes its inspiration from a variety of sources, both true and made-up. There's real science underpinning the existence of the small humanoids called "hobbits" more on that later , which the movie makes into vicious cannibals. But more directly, The Cannibal in the Jungle is a fictional story about a expedition into the Indonesian jungle that's beset by a cannibalistic tribe, and the resulting court case questioning explorer Timothy Darrow's account of the events. Also floating around Animal Planet's film are Indonesian urban legends based around both the hobbits and the other tribes that still live isolated in the jungle. The movie is a hodgepodge of reality, history, legend, and pure fiction. And if it works well, these will combine into a seamlessly good-bad production, like a more biologically sound version of something on SyFy.
An American scientist who was convicted of killing and cannibalizing two colleagues in the jungles of Flores, Indonesia in Branded "The American Cannibal" by the press during his trial, Dr. Timothy Darrow defended himself by claiming a mythic human-ape creature was responsible for the murders. The news outlet documented an indigenous tribe on Flores, the very same island where the hobbit remains were discovered, which had its own accounts of little wild men that stood just over three feet tall, climbed trees, walked on two feet and thrived on cannibalism. And according to the local legend, those creatures may never have died out at all. Follow an expedition team deep into the heart of Flores Island to investigate Dr. Timothy Darrow's claims and find out once and for all if hobbits still exist in the deepest, most remote realms of the Indonesian jungle.
Did Timothy Darrow eat those people? Are there really cannibal hobbit men on the Indonesian Island of Flores??? Well, I hate to break it to you but The Cannibal in the Jungle is a fictional story made up of a bunch of different scientific facts. The Cannibal in the Jungle is not based on anything… it is not based on any kind of similar event or person. They spun a story for your enjoyment and advertising dollars.
Animal Planet's New Movie Combines Legend & Archeology But more directly, The Cannibal in the Jungle is a fictional story about a
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