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Hello, Creepypasta Wiki Community, and welcome to Creepweek. Today's story plays on old Native American legend, and seeing as many of users live in The United States of America, I'm sure this will hit home.
A man whom is not what they appear to be, a story told from a Grandfather's lips, filled with experience and believe in the yee naaldlooshii. Or, rather, the Skinwalker.
I'm sure you've all heard of it before now, and perhaps looked into the legend. Just like the Goatman and the Jersey Devil, this cultural icon has found its way into film, music, stories, and even separate legends, involving different creatures.
The Wendigo might have been a Native American legend of similar style, but with the Wendigo, it is primal instinct. With this type of evil witch- or rather, Skinwalker, it's all ferocity and dark intent.
They say "respect all life- be it animal, or man". What do you do if something isn't quite either? Not animal, nor a perfect human? Some sort of subspecies with the ability to change shape and species at will, fueled by dark arts?
Well, first, you appreciate the skill.
Next, you wonder how easily it can kill you.
Last, you question- if it can be anyone, who can we say with certainty, it isn't?
Carve a pumpkin, make a Jack-O-Lantern, and ward off anything that moves this Halloween. They just might be borrowing their skin.
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