Navajo Cops S1 E1: Skinwalkers

Police Officers patrol the high deserts of the nation’s largest Native American Reservation, tracking suspects in an attempted murder and hunting a mysterious creature known as “The Howler”.

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32 thoughts on “Navajo Cops S1 E1: Skinwalkers

  1. Aqui em Portugal chamavam -se lobisomens; mas não se transformavam só em lobos transformavam – se em vários animais dependendo das pegadas que encontravam no chão. Porque eles rebolavam-se nas ditas pegadas.

  2. All those skinwalker stuff 🤦🏻‍♀️ another way for white people to distract natives from the reality by focusing on this. Every culture has demonic creatures, but no official force chases them. This is absolutely ridiculous if this documentary is not for the clickbait.

  3. Is it true that you become a wendigo when you eat human flesh….because there are people who eat humans but they are still human
    There are lots of videos on yputube about them….or is there a difference between them ?

  4. ”For the poor Athapascan nomadic wanderers, it represented a rich opportunity to plunder and steal. Long wars started that kept pushing the Puebloans for centuries further West and South, settling in highly defended cliff dwellings and forts. The Apache split from the Navajo when the latter started plundering burial sites to steal the turquoise and treasures that were highly valuable for the Puebloans.”
    ”When the Navajo started stealing the dead and disturbing the ancestors rest, they brought bad spirits upon themselves and upon the Puebloans. In those dark ages of wars and cruelty, when the Puebloans were trading with the Meso-American empires, they reintroduced evil witchcraft and Human sacrifice. Evil sorcerers took over and misused their shape-shifting powers to gain control and victory in wars. It is why in some Chacoan sites, traces of cannibalism have been found; not all host only good spirits. These evil withcraft practices can be stolen and learned, and were soon adopted by Navajo sorcerers.”

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