Windigo, an Anthology of Fact and Fantastic Fiction
Forty-four passages of fact and fantastic fiction - legends and lore, stories and poems, descriptions and interpretations - concerned with Windigo, the horrible and terrible spirit which haunts Algonkian-speaking Indians of Canada.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Sort of Werewolf PAUL LE JEUNE
The Weendigoes HENRY ROWE SCHOOLCRAFT
Superstitious Belief PAUL KANE
9 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
animals appeared asked became become began belief body called camp cannibalism canoe carried close cold coming course darkness death Défago evil eyes face fact father fear feel feet felt finally fire flesh followed forest gave giant gone hand Hank head hear heard heart human hunter hunting Indians individual killed knew lake later light lived lodge looked medicine miles mind moose moved never night Ojibwa once passed person possession powerful reached remains returned river round seemed seen Simpson sister snow soon sound spirit stood stopped story strange suddenly tell tent terror thing thought told took track trail trees turned village voice walked Weendigo whole wife wind Windigo winter woman woods young