Others of the head hunters were scrambling over the gunwale.
He had known the Luzon head hunters intimately, so had a basis of comparison.
In a moment the savage Borneo head hunters had added five grisly trophies to their record.
Two prahus lay directly beneath them, and into these the head hunters were scrambling.
Before him he saw a hundred and fifty ferocious Borneo head hunters, armed with parangs, spears and sumpitans.
My little braves pant to grow up and get to Sarawak, and go out on the war-path after head hunters.
In the islands he had dreaded the snake menace more than fever or head hunters.
After a careful reconnoitering of the path, they ventured into it with many misgivings, but could see no sign of the head hunters.
All these tribes, who are primitive tillers of the soil, are famous as man-eaters and head hunters.
John replied: "This is evidence that the people here are head hunters."