Episode 4 | The Wendigo | Algonquin Peoples

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
    • Territorial Acknowledgement
    • THN Disclaimer
    • Podcast Table of Contents
  • Peoples
    • Region and groups
    • Language
    • Word of the Week
    • History
  • The Wendigo
    • Description
    • The process
    • Description contd.
    • Attributes
    • How to defeat
  • Dead Silent (Short Story)
  • Conclusion

There are hundreds of stories and even at least 45 recorded variations of the word Wendigo. Basically, the Wendigo stands more than six meters tall, looks like a walking corpse and smells like rotting meat. The Wendigo is said to have glowing eyes, long yellowed teeth, sharp claws, with overly long tongues.

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The Language:
Omàmiwininìmowin | HowToPronounce.com 
Algonquin First Nation, Language Resource
Algonquin language, pronunciation and language

 

The Algonquin Region

Algonquian languages - Wikipedia

 

Music by:
The Show Is Over by Nora Keyes
Indigo SUN By Daniel Birch


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