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Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-15)
Lou,
That's very interesting, about the trees being fairly new growth for their location. If the stream relocated because of flooding, then the 'cave like' structure of the original burial area may have been filled in by debris.
I'd still keep my feelers out for that breeze though, you never know what you'll find. There was a discovery here in Arizona some years back of some caves that turned out to be quite a find. They've been open to the public for few years but when first discovered, it was the very slightest of breezes that gave them away. Two friends, weekend spelunkers, had heard about a small cave just outside of Tucson. Upon inspection of the area, they came across said breeze and began to follow it to the source. What they found was truly amazing! The cave system turned out to be massive. And completely untouched by man. You can google Kartchner Caverns or follow this link to read the history of them:
Http://www.pr.state.az.us/parks/KACA/history.html
So you really never know what you'll find.
Just saying.
😊
huendchen (49 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-15)
I like your story-telling but I don't condone hunting for sport. It's barbaric. Especially hunting with crossbows - how much do you want the poor creature to suffer before it dies? Terrible.
LouSlips (10 stories) (979 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-15)
Thanks again, All.
I'm glad my experience was as entertaining to you all, as it was compelling to me.
Granny: To cold up here for me to be Runnin' Bare (or is it Bear?)
Lisa, Redphx, and Taz; thanks for the understanding... It is all in how your raised. The folks I call hunters aren't the drunk rowdies who shoot everything that moves. I actually donate to PETA once in a while at the market. Their pockets make great venison sandwiches.;)
Brier: Did not close the deal that year, and unfortunately had an accident that resulted in an injury that kept me out of the woods for the following three years. But this past November: 7pt, 187 pounds, 25 yards... Tracked him for 30 inches...that's how far he fell, I believe.
DA: No under garments were harmed in the making of this paranormal episode!;)
Javelina: I will follow your advice on this matter. I think the rock outcropping I mentioned in the comments is the place... I do not think I will ever find an opening though. The tree growth around it is all 50 years or less, with no signs of past timber cutting. Which leads me to believe the trees are growing in that area in deposits from the stream which occurred due to some flooding event or natural evolution of the streambed's relocation. I will look though!

Lou
Lilady4 (7 stories) (427 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-15)
i loved this story, absolutely could not stop reading 😁 Interesting as well. I guessed that the "spirit" was a Native American with the Eagle Feather.
Love & Light, Rachel ❤
Javelina (4 stories) (3749 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-03-15)
LouSlips, This is probably one of the best stories I've read here in a long time. This whole thing would have me in knots if I were you. I read it twice just to get the whole feel of it locked in. It's going to drive the rest of us crazy if you don't work this through to the end you know. No way am I going to guess on a name, not a chance. As far as finding where she's buried? What I do know about cave like structures is that if it still has any cave to it there will be cool air expelled from it. Feel around, that's how you'll find it. If it no loger is a cave like structure, good luck man. This is going to my favorites, big time. Thanks Lou, I hope you find it.
Brier (2 stories) (54 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-15)
awesome story! This one's all too familiar. When I'm out hunting, it feels like something in the forest is watching me. I don't feel comfortable unless I hear the forest sounds. One time I was sitting by a creek and everything just went silent. Then a crow started cawing. Crows, imo, are basically the town criers of the woods. If they see something they don't like, they let everyone know.
I thought it might be a turkey, but I didn't see any. I suddenly got this huge feeling of dread so I got out of there quick and ran as fast as I could XD

Btw did you get a deer that season? The last one I shot at was a buck that was running flat out through a field. I missed him by an inch. I literally shot off his belly fur. You can bet my hunting party laughed at that.
DeviousAngel (11 stories) (1910 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-15)
This one went straight into my favorites, Lou. Great read, excellently told, and I'm pretty sure I would have been scared to the point of something involuntary and messy if I'd been in your situation too!
taz890 (12 stories) (1380 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
great story liked this one (glad no deer were seen not cussing hunting your choice) enjoyed the read will look out for next bit expectantly
looney85 (3 stories) (188 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Lou, I loved your story! Very well written.

One of the reason why I have an account here 😁
Im glad to know you contacted the psychic to get more information.

This was truly a great story!
redphx (4 stories) (827 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
wow! I absolutely love this story! Very well written. I don't condone hunting animals unless you are stranded and starving but wow! Have you been able to find the Indian girl? What can't the wolf protect her from? Maybe you should get that psychic to your property so she can tell you more. Very fascinating.
Lisa66 (1 stories) (54 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
WOW! Although I'm not a big fan of animal hunting, this story is just amazing. Very well written. Love the ending...
BobertTiir (8 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
I like your analogies. "about as stealthy as a runaway dump truck crashing into a nitro-glycerine factory", that cracked me up.

I also like your storytelling, it makes your story rather captivating.
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3326 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Lou: I'm looking forward to the continuation of your experience, as well...

I was going to guess "Little White Dove", because of the song 😆...Glad I didn't... ❤
LouSlips (10 stories) (979 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Agreed, Miracles.

Running Waters; I assume that is why her eventual burial place was chosen.

Lou
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4976 posts) mod
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Lou - we'll definitely be looking for that story. She deserves a story all of her own. And, no, I don't want to even take a guess at her name 😆. I've played that game before and it turned out badly LOL.

It's funny how over time we come to learn so much. Much more than we might ever have thought could have existed in this world. What a wonderful world we are part of, to be able to share in these experiences.
LouSlips (10 stories) (979 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Thanks, All.

I, of course, contacted the psychic several times after this initial event and she filled me in with what she felt about it. She seems to think that the girl, who at the time of her passing was a teenager, was in a cave-like rock formation. The only major rock outcropping on the property that I have found is along a stream... Want to guess the girl's name?
I have not seen anywhere in the rocks that would have accomodated a burial... But who knows, maybe there has been some changes in the terrain or more than likely, the stream bed has deposited material over the opening. Oh, by the way... The rocks are about fifteen feet from the tree stand.
As far as the passing of the torch, Miracles... Remember this was far from a smooth transition, since I had no clue what that morning hunt, and the events that occurred, even meant. The psychic told me to retrieve the feather, but at this point it was almost a year after that fateful morning... So I had some making up to do for my ignorance. I'll work on the continuation of this saga, soon... Definitely not trying to drag this out. It is just a story all its own.

Lou
cosmogal926 (9 stories) (1223 posts)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Lou, I'm all like 😲 this was a great story. Like Miracles, I was trying to figure out what in the world was lurking around your tree stand. Wasn't expecting that though. This story is favorites bound. 😊 If you have any other experiences with the wolf and Indian girl, please let us know. ❤
aya22 (guest)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
This was extremely well written and very enthralling to read! I fourth what BJJ said.

I've heard somewhere before (sorry can't remember where) that the eagle was believed to carry the prayers of this world to the next. To receive an eagle feather was considered to be one of the greatest honors someone could receive. Whoever this girl is, she holds you in great esteem. I wonder if there's anyway to find out where she is on your property? What kind of protection does she need? Thank you for sharing this. ❤
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4976 posts) mod
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Lou - holy crap. Out of all the different scenarios I was trying to come up with, that was not an ending I was even remotely close to. Wow, and again Holy Crap!

What an awesome story! Okay, give. What did you do to honor this little girl's body and how have you and your family taken on the role of caretakers? 😉
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3326 posts) mod
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Lou: Ditto BJJ... This is an awesome account... I absolutely love the "Gotcha psychics"...They leave NO room for interpretation, and give only straight up information...

Did you ever find out where she's buried, or any other information about her?...One thing about Native Americans is that they treasure their eagle feathers, and don't just hand them out indiscriminately... She was thanking you for being there along with her wolf... Now I'm wondering "what or who" you need to protect her from?...

Great read, my friend... Straight to my faves, too! 😊 ❤
radish54 (1 stories) (51 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-03-14)
What BJJ said. This is a wonderful story, excellently crafted. Thank you!
BadJuuJuu (guest)
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10 years ago (2011-03-14)
Omg.
All I can say is wow. This story, straight to favorites.

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