James Sanger , circus assistant director in United Kingdom
Born about 1780 in United Kingdom
dead about 1849 in United Kingdom
In 1826 James was operating a booth at Plymouth fair having "lately visited Newton, Moreton and other towns in Devon, was summoned before the Mayor to account for the possession of two children exhibiting by him as Esquimaux Indians. These poor children were clothed in seal-skins, wore shell caps and devoured raw flesh with great avidity, refusing any other kind of food.