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Submitted by Tarpin
Comment by AzCiris: I agree with Tarpin (see previous post.) I have sensed spirits in the forests on my reservation in eastern Arizona. I know there are many there. I had a dream or perhaps it was not a dream of an elderly Native American man. I am assuming he was of my Apache tribe. He came from the direction of some old dwellings in the nearby forest about a half mile from where we were camped. I could see his native clothes as he glowed with a white light. He reached into the tent with his arm outstretched toward me, but right then I woke up screaming. Was it a dream or something else I don't know but it felt real.
Categories: spirits, mountain
The Apache Indians put a curse on the superstition mountains over a hundred years ago. They thought the superstition mountains was a holy place for them and when others began exploring the mountains it upset the Apaches.
Six nights out of the year you can hear the apaches chanting and singing to keep the curse renewed and strong. Many people in the past have disappeared in or around the superstition mountains looking for the lost Dutchman's gold and were never seen again.|
So when you go in or near the superstition mountains you are trusting your luck and may never be seen or heard from again.
Submitted by Samson
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