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Tuesday, 3 February 2015

LITTLE FOLK OF THE CROW

Among the Crow Indians there is a belief in diminutive beings.  These, called the Nirumbee, live in the Pryor Mountains.  They tend to be feared by members of the Crow, but they are said to sometimes heal the sick.  They are very strong, but have short arms and no neck.  They had large stomachs.  What is distinctly interesting is that it is claimed they are still there.  Not only Crow, but whites also claim to have seen them.  However, we have no clue regarding their actual nature.

Crow Indian

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