Native Ghost Stories by Amos Gideon & Darren Zenko
Native American folklore and mythology is rich with mystery and wisdom, and spiritually saccred stories echo through the centuries in the live of indigenous North Americans. Many of these stories deal with crossing over between the world of the living to that of the dead -- and back. Others feature animals or objects with supernatural powers, or ancestors that help guide or rescue souls lost in their own struggles for survival against the elements.
a fearless Brule Sioux warrior encounters four ghost determined to scare the wits out of him, but he turns the tables on them -- and then encounters something even scarier than ghost.
a young Assiniboine bride-to-be rides a great white stallion to avoid being killed in a Sioux rad; the supernatural spirit horse is seen riding the plains for centuries after
From cultures stretching back thousands of years to the earlist habitations on the continent, come mysterious eerie tales that continue to resonate today.
Paperback, c2006, 216 p. ; 13 cm. $12.95 OUT OF STOCK
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