Saturday, October 27, 2012

Spooky Tales from New Hampshire and New Mexico

This is re-post from 2008.

Since the October chill is in the air and we are all drawing a little closer to our fireplaces in the evening, what better time is there to remind you of some ghostly stories found on The Zees Go West?

The tales start out with the strange happenings in our old Colonial home in New Hampshire, and continue out west with us to New Mexico, where the wide open expanses and lonely dark roads give rise to the spookiest tales of all--the skinwalker stories of the Navajos. Click on any title to read the tale. Don't be scared...

Creepy back hall in the 1770 house
From The House on High Street; Living in an Antique Colonial:

Skinwalker Tales:

Skinwalker Tales: Introduction, definition, and the story of the newspaper delivery woman

Skinwalker Tales, Part 2: Anglo encounters with skin walkers

Skinwalker Tales, Part 3: A shapeshifter dog, a dog snatched up by a skinwalker, and a shapeshifter in the bathtub

Skinwalker Tales, Part 4: The strange creature on the cliff

Skinwalker Tales, Part 5: Living with a Navajo witch

Skinwalker Tales, Part 6: Chased by a skinwalker on the way home from a party (ever notice how many skinwalker sightings happen on the way home from a party?)

Skinwalker Tales, Part 7: Tales from the City-Data New Mexico Forum

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