In each episode of the Travel Channel series, ghost hunters Zak Bagans and Aaron Goodwin, along with audio and visual technicans Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley, visit locations that reportedly are haunted. Aaron's brave, I would have booked it right out of the cave. Filming on the Navajo Nation occurred earlier in the year and with permission from the tribe. Skinwalkers are shape shifting physical beings that are summoned by physical witches. A trance, if that's what happened, isn't really something you can get a shot of.
Skin walkers are way beyond ghosts and poltergeists. Sister Subreddits Recommended Subreddits I only recently found out about and started reading and researching skinwalkers, and I remembered I hadn't watched Ghost Adventures in a while, and when I went to catch up, I saw the next episode I had to watch was Skinwalker Canyon. According to Navajo legend, a skinwalker is a medicine man or witch who has attained the highest level of priesthood in the tribe, but chose to use his or her power for evil by taking the form of an animal to inflict pain and suffering on others. There likely wasn't really anything to show except them silently walking deeper and deeper until they turned around and went back. Skinwalkers are not ghosts yet I dont think they had any idea of truly a skinwalker is. They didn't actually capture anything strange or inexplicable and concrete at all imo. .
This ability allows them to be able to transform themselves into animals, mimic voices, and place curses on towns and people. It was not about ghost, it was not about demon, it was about nothing related to the show. They were mildly hallucinating the entire time. I have researched about skinwalkers and they arent sometime of ghost or demon yet they have the equipment to record ghosts. Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans and his crew, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin, search for haunted locations both domestically and internationally. Very little research and I found moderate datura dose lasts 8-12 hours, while strong doses can cause effects lasting for 2-3 days.
Although the moderation team tries to be active within the community, we sometimes miss offensive posts. This sub-reddit focuses on encounters, stories, evidence, and a general exchange of ideas and thoughts about skin-walkers. I've been cave exploring enough to know even the squeak of a bat can travel for miles and intensify to sound even demonic by the time it reaches you, or for your own footfalls to sound like they're coming from miles ahead, so you can easily get fooled by sounds, but I've never heard anything quite as chilling as the growl that came from that archway. To become a skinwalker requires the most evil of deeds, the killing of a close family member. They took the drug Datura Stramonium, devils weed, as part of the Navajo ceremony hours before the investigation. According to the Navajo skinwalker legend, and although they do have the ability to turn into any animal they choose. By committing a cultural taboo, usually killing a member of their own family, a witch can become a skin-walker.
To find one is like trying to hunt except a lot more scarier and the off chance you might die in the process and its easier because of the pelts and the native chants. They believe skinwalkers walk freely among the tribe and secretly transform under the cover of night. Search the posts, read the discussions, and enjoy the commentary. So Please Subscribe For More. This includes no name calling, or offensive content directed towards other users. Love ghost adventures on a Saturday night!! Maybe it is because I don't know anything about Skinwalkers. I also thought the Stardust Ranch episode was eerie af! Overview In Native American legend a skin-walker is a most foul creature, a witch.
Their reactions were funny though, especially them on drugs lol. As part of the investigation, they interview residents, eyewitnesses and experts about the alleged paranormal activity and use scientific equipment and technology to obtain physical evidence, according to a program synopsis provided by the Travel Channel. Trivia Many Navajos believe firmly in the existence of skinwalkers and refuse to discuss them publicly for fear of retribution. If there was a Navajo resident that would have went with them, we would have a different story. If you enjoyed this episode and want to know more I highly advise heading over to It's a smaller sub but has great stories and information. I knew it was going to rock!! We are here for you and we are always open to any comments you want to make. So Please Subscribe For More.
It was pretty accurate in terms of the rotting flesh smell and the sounds that they make. The fire and the objects found in the cave could have been easily set up, the growling noises could have just came from random animals living in the cave. This has been answered many times. As I'm writing this I'm only about half way through the episode, and Aaron just heard a scream in the Witch Cave. During their investigations, Zak and crew acquaint themselves with the general area; interview locals about the hauntings; and go face-to-face with the evil spirits who reportedly haunt these locations. Saturday on the Travel Channel. Then when they came upon that campfire, bones and bullets.
Edit: I'm just saying this isn't a credible investigation but it's now one of my favorite episodes. They literally become humans who have acquired immense supernatural power, including the ability to transform into animals and other people. . . .