We have some weird laws in Montana, but this one being legal is mind-blowing.

Laws can differ from state to state. There are all sorts of rules that deal with different scenarios. It can deal with land, criminals, or other problems that may occur.

Montana is no different.

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Montana has had several weird laws that technically still exist. They aren't enforced, but it makes you wonder what happened for them to become real.

Most of these laws are outdated and fun facts about Montana, but then you realize there are things our state allows that will blow your mind.

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Photo by Tingey Injury Law Firm via Unsplash

Some counties in Montana allow you to bury loved ones on your property. Big Sky Country is a wild place to live.

Well, it's about to get a little more interesting.

Did You Know Cannibalism Is (Technically) Legal in Montana?

We aren't joking. Cannibalism is legal in Montana.


You can't kill someone and eat them because that's murder.

You can't eat a dead body because that's a desecration of a corpse.

How is it legal?

You can buy legally buy body parts or organs and then eat them.

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Photo by Vadim Bogulov via Unsplash


How is this not illegal? Not many states have laws to prevent this, and national laws are not strict.

The craziest part about this whole thing is cannibalism is allowed in every state in America but Idaho. We are bewildered by this news.

We've all heard about cannibal stories and thought it was illegal, but we are wrong.

Maybe Montana's government should address this because we might have some psychos in our midst.

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