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The Wide World - True Stories of Adventure, April (Apr.) 1928, No. 360, Vol. LX - "The Mitimoni Man-Eaters"
Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Label: The International News Company
Manufacturer: The International News Company
Publication Date: 1928
Publisher: The International News Company
Studio: The International News Company
Pages 422-504 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: Ten Months Overdue - a stirring account of the luckless voyage of the Liverpool ship Denbigh Castle, which finally reached her point nearly a year overdue; Hunting the Tapir; Imam Baksh's Escape - a murder story from India; Sanna's Eagle - the strange fate that befell a South African lammarfanger, or lamb-eating eagle, which attacked a little Boer girl and caused her death; The Death Circle - two men wander in a Canadian prairie blizzard - one finds shelter, the other dies; In Quest of Gold - gold-seekers from San Francisco on their way to the land of the Yaqui Indians are forced to turn back; Levenson's Ordeal - Albert S. Levenson, a prominent California merchant, goes missing for five days while on a mountain holiday; Life in a Land of Death (part II) - adventures among the head-hunters and other picturesque inhabitants of the Mandated Territory of New Guinea - article with great photos; The Way of the East - a curious story from Vancouver's Chinatown; The Mitimoni Man-Eaters - two white men get involved with African native witchcraft, resulting in their responsibility for fatalities caused by two man-eating lions; "Square Pegs" (part II) - This absorbing tale will teach prospective immigrants more about Canadian prairie life than stacks of guide-books and official pamphlets; Wind - a tale told at the Roscoe Hotel in Campbell River, B.C. which explained why a man dreaded wind; The Yellow Box - a missing box sets a whole West Africa colony seething; The Smallest Park in the World.