Updated: Aug 24
The Legend of the Skinwalker
In American Indian culture - particularly with the Navajo, a skin-walker is a type of shapeshifter that has the ability to turn into, possess, or disguise themselves as an animal. They are most frequently seen as coyotes, wolves, foxes, eagles, owls or crows. It's believed that some can also change into the faces of different people and can appears as someone you know. If you lock eyes with a skinwalker, it's said that they can take control of your body. Skinwalkers are most commonly encountered near Native American lands and many Native American's are told to avoid certain area's that are believed to contain these beings. It's believed in the Navajo nation that speaking of Skinwalkers will attract them into your life.