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Thatch-Roofed Homes: Woodroffe and Arevalo

thatch-roofed homes: Officials backed away from initial reports that Woodroffe was the principal suspect in Arevalo's killing, according to Toronto Star. Arevalo and Woodroffe were both killed Thursday in the Indigenous community of Victoria Gracia, officials said. The Peruvian attorney general's office said Sebastian Woodroffe was dragged by the neck shortly after the killing of Olivia Arevalo, an octogenarian plant healer from the Shipibo-Konibo tribe of northeastern Peru. But police did not begin to investigate until a cellphone video appeared in local media showing a man purported to be Woodroffe begging for mercy while being dragged between thatch-roofed homes. Read more Mother of Canadian man missing for months in Peru says she won't give up search Article Continued Below Canadian allegedly killed Briton during spiritual retreat in Peru Canadian dies in Peru after drinking tea with shaman On Saturday, officials dug up Woodroffe's body from an unmarked grave where he had been hastily buried. react-empty 139 Every year thousands of foreign tourists travel to the Peruvian Amazon to experiment with ayahuasca, a bitter, dark-coloured brew made of a mixture of native plants. He was then left motionless on the muddy ground. ( As reported in the news.