The Road

When the stop by the orchard, what does the man see that he has seen before? why is it significant?

Section 8 page 90-105

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They find an orchard with "a frieze of human heads, all faced alike, dried and caved with their taut grins and shrunken eyes" (76). This discovery alerts the father to the presence and act of cannibalism, it signifies great danger.