The Black Rooster

A True Account of a Human Sacrifice

Superintendent H.S. Thomas
A human sacrifice and cargo cults. From the January 1972 edition of the APJ; written at a time when Australia was the colonial ruler of the territories of Papua and New Guinea, and when Australians held senior positions of authority in all government agencies, especially the police.

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