Navajo Cops:Eyes of the Howler

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Navajo Cops:Eyes of the Howler

Unread post by Mike Williams » Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:53 am

Wolf/Coyote ?

"Navajo Police Officers mount a new hunt for The Howler a mysterious creature believed to have killed dogs and livestock. Some of the elders in the community suspect it might be a Skinwalker, while others insist that its the Navajo version of Bigfoot. As they sweep through a remote canyon, the heavily-armed cops actually hear the chilling sound caught on tape and they think its coming from a cave high in the cliffs. Have they finally tracked down the elusive Howler?"


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Re: Navajo Cops:Eyes of the Howler

Unread post by dawn » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:49 pm

I know its not a skinwalker, but I can dream can't I?
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Re: Navajo Cops:Eyes of the Howler

Unread post by topender » Mon Apr 09, 2012 8:54 pm

That country in the clip is sparse semi desert country, my job takes me to simlar type of terrain, and yet stories of " creatures" abound from aboriginal and whitefellas.
My point is most people look at that sort of country and think nothing lives there.....if I was a smart predator that's exactly the country I would live in...not too many visitors.
I am currently working throughout the Barkly Tablelands.....rough hard country


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Re: Navajo Cops:Eyes of the Howler

Unread post by TwoCrows » Sun Jul 29, 2012 7:28 am

I've been to the area of the "howler" and spoken to a number of people. Even experienced outdoorsmen are puzzled at the sound and cannot explain it.

topender makes a good point about the area. It's desert yes, but if you know the region, there are plenty of ways for a creature to avoid humans. It's an eerie part of the country.

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Re: Navajo Cops:Eyes of the Howler

Unread post by GlennO87 » Wed Sep 12, 2012 6:50 pm

It is interesting. Would have to have a water supply somewhere as it would get hot out there....Big feral dog?

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