In early October, the charred remains of a German adventurer were discovered at a campfire site on a South Pacific island. The tabloid media were quick to portray the slaying as a possible case of cannabalism on Nuku Hiva, an island historically known for human sacrifice. But locals are offended and experts say such killings are a thing of the very distant past.
All of the pieces seem to fit together so well. There is the paradise in the South Pacific; the islander with the tattoo on his chest;...Full Story