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Paranormal sightings in Akwesasne open discussion

Paranormal sightings in Akwesasne open discussion

Taking a look at old legends and stories on Haudenosaunee territories would bring about discussions on the “monkeydog,” the “flying head,” the “deer people” and “walking skeletons.” Within Six Nations, many of the sightings and hearings of the paranormal inspired the creation of SNIPE: Six Nations Investigating Paranormal Encounters, which is comprised of members that

Taking a look at old legends and stories on Haudenosaunee territories would bring about discussions on the “monkeydog,” the “flying head,” the “deer people” and “walking skeletons.”

Within Six Nations, many of the sightings and hearings of the paranormal inspired the creation of SNIPE: Six Nations Investigating Paranormal Encounters, which is comprised of members that will actively investigate “haunted” spaces.

Later last week, Akwesasne Today posted on Thursday to notify their followers that sightings that would fall under the “monkeydog” category were spotted on Helena Road. The post reads: “MYSTERY SIGHTINGS – Helena Road. Akwesasne Today has received reports of two separate sightings on and in the vicinity of Helena Road where a mysterious 2-3 foot tall bald, naked male was seen running on all fours quickly into the surrounding underbrush. One sighting took place near a residential facility by a male client, while the second took place on McNeil Road by a resident who was a passenger in a moving vehicle. The sightings took place within the last sixty days.”

The page later added that “similar reports have also been received in Kawehno:ke near Square’s Corner that involved multiple witnesses seeing a small girl that appeared roadside, often in early hours, and that entity was also seen scurrying away on all fours after having been seen fairly close-up.”

The post itself has garnered nearly 300 shares and the comments have risen above 200, with many voicing their own personal sightings of the paranormal. This opened discussion on just how many individuals believe that they have had extremely similar experiences.

Stories of the “monkeydog” have gone as far as to explain that the entity is a shapeshifting mishap of a man half transformed into a dog, to even being a creation that emerged from an improper ceremony. Nonetheless, sightings have been spoken of as far back as the early 1900’s in some families.

As the discussion continues online, just last Saturday a team of SNIPE members also visited the haunted Thirty Mile Lighthouse.

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  • Morgan Cross
    May 18, 2019, 8:08 am

    When I went to high School in Malone late 80s and early 90s I had a social studies teacher who I believe had a similar encounter on spring traveling by car from Burke to Malone one morning he arrived late and with total scincerity told a tale of the Muscular but disproportionate large wolf dog that was blocking the road ahead. When he got closer the beast then stood up on 2 legs barked at his car and disappeared into the Maples.

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