Around a low-burning fire in a jungle clearing, a small group of late travelers huddles: a merchant, a Sikh with his son, a farmer. Silently, two men, flanking one of the travelers, crouch forward. A dirty cloth flashes momentarily and jerks around the traveler's neck. One of the men tugs the cloth, the other forces the traveler's head over to one side. Thuggee death has struck; Kali is assuaged.
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