What Really Happened to Michael Rockefeller A journey to the heart of New Guinea’s Asmat tribal homeland sheds new light on the mystery of the heir’s disappearance there in 1961 By Carl Hoffmann Smithsonian Magazine
A 1973 photo of chief Ajam of the Dani Tribe who told missionaries he killed Michael Rockefeller. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/michael-rockefeller-killed-eaten-headhunters-claim-article-1.1722883#ixzz2wOLa8Mpe
November 17, 1961 – Michael Rockefeller, son of New York Governor and later Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, disappears in the jungles of New Guinea. This photo of Michael Rockefeller among the Dani, 1961, was shot by Jan Broekhuijse, an anthropologist with the Harvard-Peabody New Guinea Expedition.
Guadalcanal Diary - "Michael Rockefeller" - D.C. Mall - 6/11/88 - More from the PETA Benefit 1988 with the B-52's, Washington Monument, tribal drumming, tons o' people and more. "Michael R." was one of Guadalcanal's earliest songs, released on the EOD (local Atlanta) label and re-recorded for their second Elektra Records release, "Jamboree".
Michael Rockefeller, 23 year old son of Nelson Rockefeller. It took decades and extensive research in the Netherlands as well as the remote island in southwest New Guinea and meeting with the Asmat tribesmen for the full story and cover-up to emerge.