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VANUATU, SOUTH PACIFIC (BBC) -- Natives held a formal "conciliation" with the great-great-grandson of the British missionary, Rev. John Williams, whom the islanders' ancestors ate in 1839. Cannibalism was a sacred warrior practice. Nonetheless, the island has long felt "guilt," and even a "complex”. In penitence, Vanuatu symbolically gave Charles Milner-Williams a 7-year-old girl, who will not be eaten.
(Story thrown up by KMurphyShelton@yahoo.com)
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