Native American Shape-Shifters of Myth and Legend

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Native American Shape-Shifters of Myth and Legend
Native American Shape-Shifters of Myth and Legend

Native American Shapeshifters from Various Tribes

  • Deerwoman (Plains and Woodland tribes)
  • Kanaima (Carib)
  • Rou Garou (Metis)
  • Skinwalker (Navajo)

Native American Shape-Shifter Stories

“Deer Woman and the Living Myth of the Dreamtime”; “The Deer Woman”; “Deer Lady”:
Native American stories about the eerie Deer Woman, who turns from a beautiful woman into a deer and tramples victims to death.

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Recommended Books about Shape-Shifters in Native American Mythology

When the Chenoo Howls: Native American Tales of Terror:
Collection of Native American shape-shifter stories and legends of other dangerous supernatural creatures.

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