Esben Agersnap writes in his blog about the last living men who once practiced head hunting in Nagaland. An interesting story with a lot of pictures of headhunters.
…tribes – which often waged war upon each other as well as on the more peaceful peoples of Assam. A peculiar aspect of Naga tribal warfare was the brutal and feared concept of head hunting. It was believed that by taking the head of your slain enemy as a trophy you would gain some of his power and spirit.
Read ‘the last living head hunters‘