The victims of muti murder (the removal of body parts from live and conscious victims in order to produce tribal medicine) are often little children, or the old and vulnerable, however, that is not always the case. Single Afrikaner electrician Michael van Eck, who worked at Beatrix goldmine, was apparently lured to his death in a rural cemetery outside Welkom – through a Facebook appointment with a girl he had met online. Some of his body-parts were ‘neatly amputated’, he was cut into pieces and his remains buried in a shallow grave. His head, right-arm and left-foot are missing. The gruesome murder has all the signs of a so-called muti murder ‘: the live harvesting of body-parts for resale to ‘traditional healers’.