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Oak Street Skin Walkers

August 19th, 2009 by Caretaker 

Native American Chokehold

Last year in July of 2008, I had decided to go on a trip to Arizona by myself. It was a personal adventure, and a way for me to learn how to be more independent (I have certain phobias, and this was suppose to help shock me into not fearing being alone). I chose the mystical land of Arizona, or maybe it chose me.

From the moment my plane landed in the 107 degree oven of Arizona, I felt at home. I felt like everything was as it was suppose to be, and I was enthralled with it all. Once set up at the hotel, I was ready to start sightseeing. I hit the streets of Old Scottsdale, and came upon a curious little galleria called the Ancient Arts Galleria. It was incredible in there, and I asked for permission to shoot pictures. The curators were very friendly, and allowed me to take pictures.

I finally noticed a basket filled …

August 13th, 2009 by Caretaker 

Shadow Creatures and the Tuurnagait in the Woods

July 16th, 2009 by Caretaker 

Native American Girl And The Evil Shadow

February 28th, 2009 by Caretaker 

The Haunted Smoke Shop

This is my second encounter that I want to document. I have told you the story of ‘My Haunted Home’. Again, let me start my story off with a piece of information. I have been told by several different people that I am probably sensitive to paranormal activity around me. Not so much as my mother, I know that she has spoken with spirits before, but give me my due. I’ve had my share.

I work for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, a mere three minute drive from my home. We have a spirit residing in the store, whom we call ‘The Man in the Blue Shirt’. Being a fan of the Japanese culture, my self, I have started calling him ‘Aoi-san’, which I find more ‘cute’ and more simple than ‘The Man in the Blue Shirt’. So this is what I will call him in this story. ‘Aoi-san’ roughly means ‘Mr. Blue’.

My first experience was rather simple. I …

May 14th, 2008 by Caretaker 

Native American Indian Ghosts

February 9th, 2008 by Caretaker 

Sunflower My Native American Ghost Friend

Submitted to us by Michelle Bliss

Hi, every weekend other weekend I go to a farm. This farm is on Native American land. the first day I went there she showed me these metal rods (still cant remember what they are) she told me to hold them in my hand and sense my energy they started spinning around.

When I went outside I programmed them and started asking questions, ‘is there a spirit here’, ‘is it my age’, ‘is it a girl’. All were yes.

I guessed its name on the first try, knowing that she was telling me. I told Maryann and she told me that she talked to Sunflower (the ghost) on a regular basis to this day I still talk to her.

October 15th, 2007 by Caretaker 
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