North Korea has been using the corpses of political prisoners to fertilise its crops, it is alleged.
The gruesome measure is said to have been used across the country, even on mountainous terrain, and led to a bumper crop recently.
The claim has been mad by a former prisoner, who survived the hell of Kaechon concentration camp.
Using the pseudonym Kim Il-soon, she said: “The lands are very fertilised, and farming is successful there because the buried human bodies serve as natural fertilisers.
Before anybody starts hollering “Fake news”, yes, I realize that the Mirror and the Daily Star are like the American Version of the National Enquirer.