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Historian and Researcher Harry Drew has done some amazing work in the past few years and substantiated a lot of key military and civilian testimony, with logistics records to make a strong case for 2 UFO Crash Landing sites in the Kingman, AZ area in 1953. This first one I checked out this summer was in the wash behind the Haulapai Mountain southwest of town about 8 miles. It’s only accessible by hiking out of a logging road, but there’s evidence of a military encampment and higher than normal background radiation in the rocks at the area.
Last month we made it to the Mecca for Ufologists…. Contact in the Desert! 3 days of the biggest names in UFO research and culture in Palm Desert California. Featured speakers included Erich Von Daniken, Nick Pope, Linda Moulton Howe, and our personal favorite…. Giorgio Tsoukalos! There’s a lot of great info on the various lectures at their site: www.contactinthedesert.com If you can make the trip, I highly recommend it!
The legend of the “Windigo” or (sometimes “Wendigo,”) starts with the Algonquin tribes of the great lakes. Minnesota’s Ojibwe tribe comes from this ancestry. If a person is reduced to cannibalism in the winter, they may turn into the demonic, and supernatural Windigo creature. Reports on the actual appearance of this creature varies, but it is no longer human and is cursed to devour human flesh to try and quench an unrelenting appetite for the rest of it’s days.
A recent visit to the Leech Lake Reservation found me at Cass Lake this past winter. The Lake is large and there is a small town named after it. In the middle of the lake is Star Island, a sacred place to the people of the Reservation. On Star Island is another smaller lake called Windigo lake and home to the mythical monster. No monsters were sighted on my journey, but it had a rare and fierce beauty…