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58-Native American Folklore: Monster

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The first story today is from the Mi'kmaq, Passamaquoddy, and Maliseet people, about all the things that can go wrong when creating the animals and why you shouldn't drink gross monster waste water. The second story is from Cree fokllore, about Monster Skunk farting everyone to death because this is a serious podcast that takes itself very seriously.

The creature is evil. Literally, she is the embodiment of evil from Russian folklore...a little old lady living in the woods.

The Heifer International fundraiser:


"Yellow Dust" by Rolemusic

"Straw Fields" by Rolemusic

"Rarified" by Podington Bear

"Mirabelle" by Podington Bear

"Pacing" by Blue Dot Session

"Fragile, Do Not Drop" by Podington Bear

"Call Now" by Podington Bear

"In the Back Room" by Blue Dot Session

"Independent Film" by Steve Combs

"Feather on the Crest" by Blue Dot Sessions

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