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Sourtoe: The Story of the Sorry Cannibal
Several years ago, Joshua Clark swallowed the human toe in Dawson City’s famous Sourtoe Cocktail. On purpose. He was run out of town. Now he’s back, looking to right his wrong. Watch now.
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