“REDHEAD GIANTS, DARK WATCHERS, WENDIGO, AND MORE NATIVE AMERICAN LORE” #RetroRadio #WeirdDarkness

“REDHEAD GIANTS, DARK WATCHERS, WENDIGO, AND MORE NATIVE AMERICAN LORE” #RetroRadio #WeirdDarkness

“REDHEAD GIANTS, DARK WATCHERS, WENDIGO, AND MORE NATIVE AMERICAN LORE” #RetroRadio #WeirdDarkness

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IN THIS EPISODE: Did the Comanche Indians defeat a race of white, red-haired giants? (White Giants) *** The Illini people have had numerous encounters with a mysterious dragon-like creature that existed thousands of moons before the pale face came. (Piasa – The Native American Dragon) *** The Cherokee have an interesting tale of how disease and medicine came into existence – and the story also explains why Native Americans respect all life. (The Legend of the Little Deer) *** The Cherokee people talk of an ancient light-skinned people whose blue eyes were so sensitive to light that they lived in the dark, underground. (The Moon-Eyed People of the Cherokee) *** The Chumash Indians in California first spoke of the dark watchers in legends and their artists painted images of them on cave walls. Who or what were they? (The Dark Watchers) *** Native Americans in North America have a well known cryptid that is believed to live even today – it’s cannibalistic, it can shapeshift, and it’s called the Wendigo. (Wendigo – The Native American Cannibal) *** All cultures have tales of heroes defeating evil. The Algonquian tribe is no different – and their mythical hero defeated evil sorcerers and the sorcerers’ demon followers. (Glooskap the Demon Slayer)

YOUTUBE CHAPTERS & TIME STAMPS…
00:00:00.000 = Show Open
00:02:15.467 = CBS Radio Mystery Theater, “A Cage For Augie Karo” (October 24, 1974)
00:48:40.908 = Weird Darkness, “White Giants”
00:52:16.312 = Weird Darkness, “Piasa – The Native American Dragon”
00:57:14.661 = Mystery House, “Complete With Quartet” (September 16, 1945)
01:25:14.041 = Weird Darkness, “Legend of the Little Deer”
01:29:59.651 = Weird Darkness, “The Moon-Eyed People”
01:35:18.770 = Theater Five, “A House of Cards” (August 04, 1964)
01:58:56.137 = Weird Darkness, “The Dark Watchers”
02:03:24.412 = Weird Darkness, “Wendigo: The Native American Cannibal”
02:06:54.281 = Weird Darkness, “Glooskap: the Demon Slayer”
02:11:12.893 = 2000 Plus, “When Worlds Met” (May 03, 1950)
02:42:03.174 = Weird Darkness, “More Native American Lore, Part 1”
02:50:39.075 = The Unexpected, “Solid Citizen” (Air Date Unknown)
03:06:38.884 = Weird Darkness, “More Native American Lore, Part 2”
03:23:11.784 = Dark Venture, “Turnabout” (May 20, 1946)
03:46:01.524 = Show Close

SOURCES AND REFERENCES FROM THE EPISODE…
White Giants” by Trycia at DiscloseTV: http://bit.ly/2moiQ8Q
Piasa – The Native American Dragon” by Ellen Lloyd: http://bit.ly/2kVwsbm
The Legend of the Little Deer” by Thalia Lightbringer: http://bit.ly/2m7kNGv
The Moon-Eyed People of the Cherokee” by Ellen Lloyd: http://bit.ly/2VcDc5H
The Dark Watchers” by Ellen Lloyd: http://bit.ly/2kokkPM
Wendigo – The Native American Cannibal” by A. Sutherland: http://bit.ly/2W293Bs
Glooskap the Demon Slayer” by A. Sutherland: http://bit.ly/2kXJRzz
More Native American Lore” by Eric Redding: http://bit.ly/2m0thiO
Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library
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Originally aired: June 26, 2024

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