I was about ten when my grandfather told me this story. He always knew what it was, but he never knew what it truly was. The word ringed in his head like a bell, and it still lingers to this day...Wendigo.
It started when my grandfather went to a camp to learn about ancient traditions of the Native Americans, specifically the Algonquian peoples. They were the most widespread of all the native peoples.
"So, do any of u know the Wendigo?" Thomas, a friend of my grandfather's asked his cabine mates.
"No. What is it?" My Grandfather asked Thomas nervously. He had heard the name before, but he didn't...
In Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture, there is an abandoned amusement park known as Takakanonuma Greenland. It sits in the outskirts of Hobara, a section of the Japanese city of Date. Very little is known about this park, and its exact location is largely unknown. u can’t find it on any Japanese map, as it simply isn’t there. Supposedly, its coordinates are 37°49’02.16″N 140°33’05.78″E, but if they are put into Google Maps, the zoek will be directed to the center of Hobara. This is inaccurate, since the park is hidden in a mountainous, rural area.