Cannibalism: Survivor of the 1972 Andes plane crash describes the 'terrible' decision he had to make to stay alive 'I will never forget that first incision nine days after the crash' Lindsey Bever
UCR soccer team resorts to cannibalism after plane crash. In an appalling revelation that has shocked the world, multiple reports cited by Shaolin Temple at the foot of Mt. Everest have confirmed the plane crash of the UCR soccer team. After investigating the site of the crash extensively, head monk, Buttercup McTwinkletoes, shockingly reported that the players had apparently resorted to cannibalism after being stranded on the mountain for months.
After the Plane Crash—and the Cannibalism—a Life of Hope. Members of the "Old Christians" rugby team stand near the fuselage of their Uruguayan Air Force F-227 plane two months after it ...
In December 1972, a chartered aircraft carrying a Uruguayan rugby team was found 72 days after it crashed in the Andes. Incredibly, there were 16 survivors, ...
Location of the crash site in Argentina. Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, also known as Miracle Flight 571, was a chartered flight originating in Montevideo, Uruguay, bound for Santiago, Chile, that crashed high in the Andes mountains on 13 October 1972. The accident became known as the Andes flight disaster and the Miracle of the Andes .
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By Buzz McClain. "If we had been soccer players, we would have died." It's probably the most popular rugby movie ever. Too bad everyone thinks it's about cannibalism. The movie is "Alive," the dramatic tale of a school alumni team from Uruguay on its way to a match in Chile in 1972 when the plane crashed in the Andes.
Surviving a deadly plane crash would be considered ... made the reluctant turn towards cannibalism to survive. ... deaths of 71 members of a football team and journalists killed in a plane crash ...
Roberto Canessa, who survived a famous 1972 Andes plane crash, talks about how he and his friends resorted to cannibalism to survive.
Of the 45 people aboard the plane, only 16 survived the ordeal. The incident garnered international attention, especially after it was revealed that the survivors had resorted to cannibalism. Departure and crash. In 1972 the Old Christians Club charted a Uruguayan Air Force plane to transport the team from Montevideo, Uruguay, to Santiago, Chile.
Alive: Directed by Frank Marshall. With Ethan Hawke, Vincent Spano, Josh Hamilton, Bruce Ramsay. A Uruguayan rugby team stranded in the snow swept Andes are forced to use desperate measures to survive after a plane crash.