07/18/2012 07:07 am ET Updated Jul 18, 2012

'Destination Truth': Team Finds Blood-Stained Walls In Cannibal Cave In Fiji (VIDEO)

On "Destination Truth" (Tue., 9 p.m. ET on Syfy), the team set off for Fiji to investigate rumors of a tribe that practiced cannibalism. They were following the story of a group of missionaries who came to the area, were never seen again and were feared to be victims of cannibalism.

At local shops, utensils for eating human brains were available for purchase, but it was another lead that had the hairs on the backs of their necks standing at attention. A local told them about a cave where enemies were allegedly taken and eaten.

Upon arriving at the case, the investigative team discovered what appeared to be a rudimentary oven, with a burn mark in it. On the walls, they were certain they could see scorch marks from the fires, and even blood residue.

The evidence was enough for the team to accept the possibility that cannibalistic practices could have occurred in the cave, and enough for at least one viewer to re-think Fiji as a vacation destination.

Catch new episodes of "Destination Truth" Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Syfy.

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