Alfred Packer

Melinda speaks with the curator the the Museum of Western Colorado about new forsensic studies being undertaken to try to determine if the 19th century notorious "cannibal" Alfred Packer killed the rest of his group in order to eat them...or simply ate them after killing the last one in self-defense.

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