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Cannibal Women of Lake Quinault, Washington


Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Early Indian tribal men of the Pacific Northwest, used to have a way of handling their discontent wives, including taking them out to a remote area of the forest and tying them to a tree, leaving them to the fate of the wild.

Unbeknownst to them, the wives were wrangled by a collective all-female group of malcontents, who craved men - not in a sexual way - but more in the culinary fashion.

Thus began to first culturally diverse group in the Pacific Northwest, the Cannibal Women of Lake Quinault. It's a covert group with historical roots leading back to the early 1800's.

The first white woman joined the group in 1860.

In 1885, Kotsoe, Queen of the Quinault Cannibal Women, left the clan because she fell in love with a Quinault Indian fisherman. She left the cannibal group for three months, only to return (coming to her senses) with the the upper torso of the fisherman's body in tow.

Many men mysteriously disappear throughout Grays Harbor County as the years go by. The caveat, "beware the over-friendly woman from Grays Harbor," because you might be a dinner guest, or just dinner.

It's not that they don't like sex, but for them it is just a method of hunting their prey. They are not lesbians, and they do not hate men (at least not the taste of them).

They only take what they can store to eat, and they efficiently make use of all parts, leaving nothing to, "find." A group of a dozen cannibal women can suffice with one average male per season.

In 1962, reportedly the group of cannibal women relocated from Coastal Washington to Elma, where they reorganized, then left the Grays Harbor area. At this time, we are unable to determine their numbers.

It is suspected that at this time, they divided into many cell groups, and from Elma ventured into various metropolitan areas throughout the United States, where their activities would go unnoticed.

in 1984 the Cannibal Women of Lake Quinault inspired a song, Cannibal Girls, recorded by Dave-Michael Valentine.

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