Are Skinwalkers Real?
The world abounds with tales of supernatural or otherwise cryptic creatures, and North America is no exception.
Along with the ever-elusive Sasquatch or “Bigfoot” run less well-known but even more spine-chilling stories about the Navajo skinwalker.
The skinwalker is believed to be a holy man or sage who is so connected with nature that he or she can assume the form of any animal.
But this amazing ability is not gained without a price: the holy man or witch must perform an evil act, such as murder, before they can unlock this power.
Additionally, they must kill the animal they wish to take the form of, making their connection with nature truly perverse. Are skinwalkers real, or is it just a legend with no credibility?