A guy was stabbed and eaten in public, while riding a Greyhound bus in Canada. Here’s the witness accounts:
Garnet Caton, a 26-year-old seismic driller who sat one row ahead of McLean, described hearing “a blood-curdling scream,” saying, “I turned around and the guy sitting right behind me was standing up and stabbing another guy with a big Rambo knife…. Right in the throat. Repeatedly.”
Caton added: “I got sick after I saw the head thing. Some people were puking, some people were crying, some people were shocked. [The attacker] just looked at us and dropped the head on the ground, totally calm.” A police officer who was at the scene said the attacker also cut off parts of the victim’s body and ate them.
Another passenger, Stephen Allison, stated that McLean fought his attacker, providing other passengers with the opportunity to get off the bus.
16. Roanoke Colony
Who wasn’t fascinated by the Roanoke Colony when they learned about it in elementary school history class? An entire colony disappears after being left alone for three years with only a small clue, the word “Croatoan” carved into a tree. Tell me this isn’t one of the most interesting Wikis out there.