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Haunted Hikes and Camps

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Re: Haunted Hikes and Camps

Postby limpy » Wed Aug 17, 2016 1:04 pm

I have a lewis Stringer story.

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Re: Haunted Hikes and Camps

Postby dave54 » Wed Aug 31, 2016 7:23 pm

Many stories of the Honawewe in the Honey Lake Valley down to the Minden area. I know of a couple of lavatubes in the Lassen area with strange stories surrounding them, and a man/bear/coyote shape shifter in the Lassen Peak area has been spotted by reliable people, including agency personnel. The Piute elders supposedly have many more stories, including underworld portals, but I cannot get them to reveal the stories and locations to a non tribal member. They take the stories seriously and as historical fact, not old legends.
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Re: Haunted Hikes and Camps

Postby rlown » Wed Aug 31, 2016 7:48 pm

Wow. All I can muster. Prove it that it/they exist anyone.. People seem to need the belief thing, but not me.. Evidence. A pic would be great. DNA would be better. The stag was the closest to reality, but I don't think we have stags; we have deer.

I have seen Man/Bear/PIg but only on 'South Park.'
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Re: Haunted Hikes and Camps

Postby balzaccom » Thu Sep 01, 2016 8:33 am

Spooky Meadow, above Rush Creek in the Ansel Adams Wilderness? There are stories about it--which at least explain why it is named Spooky Meadow.

We've hiked by it in the early morning, and noticed nothing unusual

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