Ellie Zolfagharifard
The Daily Mail
July 29, 2013

Three Inca children whose 500-year-old mummies were found at the top of a 22,000ft volcano in Argentina were drugged with beer and cocaine before being left to freeze to death as human sacrifices.

The children included a 13-year-old known as the ‘Llullaillaco Maiden’ and a boy and girl of about four or five, whose remains were struck by lightning and charred.

According to Inca beliefs, the children served as guardians over their villages from the heights of the mountains.

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