Stefan Ramin, 40, went missing in Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia
Dental file sent from Germany positively identifies teeth as those of German adventurer
Investigators believe he was ‘hacked to pieces and burned’
Police hunt local guide and ‘suspected cannibal’ Henri Haiti
Fire where remains were found was so hot bone fragments found 35ft away
(via Stefan Ramin eaten by cannibals? Charred bones found in search for missing sailor | Mail Online)

  • Stefan Ramin, 40, went missing in Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia
  • Dental file sent from Germany positively identifies teeth as those of German adventurer
  • Investigators believe he was ‘hacked to pieces and burned’
  • Police hunt local guide and ‘suspected cannibal’ Henri Haiti
  • Fire where remains were found was so hot bone fragments found 35ft away

(via Stefan Ramin eaten by cannibals? Charred bones found in search for missing sailor | Mail Online)

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Professor Dr. Regina Römhild researches and teaches cultural anthropology at the Institute of European Ethnology of Humboldt-Universität, Berlin. We asked her to weigh in on the origins of the diversity in new German pop, as well as the creative influence of young migrants.  Young Germany: The origins of diversity
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Professor Dr. Regina Römhild researches and teaches cultural anthropology at the Institute of European Ethnology of Humboldt-Universität, Berlin. We asked her to weigh in on the origins of the diversity in new German pop, as well as the creative influence of young migrants. Young Germany: The origins of diversity

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