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LIMA, Peru - A decapitated baby boy found on a hilltop near Lake Titicaca may have been killed last week in a human sacrifice ritual, police said Wednesday.

The remains of the infant, believed to have been 7 months old, were discovered Tuesday in the Yunguyo area near the Bolivian border. Investigators believe the killing may have been a ritualistic sacrifice meant to appease a pre-Columbian earth god, because the body was found on the hilltop surrounded by flowers, liquor bottles and containers of blood. Highland Indians consider many Andean hilltops to be the homes of deities. Tradition says the first Inca rose from Lake Titicaca.
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Police were led to the remote rural site by villagers upset by the killing, which took place last week, police said.

Human sacrifices date back to the Chavin culture, which flourished in Peru between 900-200 B.C. Human sacrifices remained an official part of Peruvian cultures until the Spanish conquered the Incas 500 years ago.

"Sacrifices were made for more than a thousand years and it is hard to get rid of deeply rooted beliefs,'' he said.

Anthropologists occasionally encounter reports of human sacrifices while conducting research in Peru, although it is more common to hear about old people being buried alive in an effort to appease the earthen gods, he said.

The ritualistic killing of llamas in an effort to bring good crops is also common in the region around Lake Titicaca, he said.
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LONDON (Reuters) - A British retiree did not notice his brother had been dead for 18 months despite sharing a mobile home with him.

When Herbert Silver, 72, finally called police and told them his brother George, 75, had died, they went to the bachelors' home expecting to find a body. Instead they found a skeleton, British newspapers reported Thursday.

"I admit that I didn't go into his room for a few hours, a few days...well quite a while actually," Herbert Silver told the Daily Telegraph.

Silver said he had thought it a "bit odd" when his brother failed to emerge from his bedroom in the tiny home they shared in Blissford, southern England, but told the Daily Mirror:

"George liked to keep himself to himself, and to be honest so do I." A postmortem indicated George Silver had been dead for up to 18 months.
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