posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 10:55 PM
The path these walkers are walking on is only 6' feet wide, it is a trail for walking in the yosemite park.
These walkers atmost are only 4' feet tall, my daughter is 9 years old and is almost 5' feet tall. So lets say you put stilts on... how tall are you
now.. you would have to be a very short person with stilts to make yourself look like that in these videos. Walkers are mostly legs and short torso,
very short torso and a head.. no arms or anything. The old Coushatta Tribe from Geaorgia has a legend were they are originally from, but the US
Government made them merge with the Alabama and Creek Tribes and move to Texas now called the Alabama Coushatta Tribe, These tribes were farmers and
lived actually in little villages who had to clear forest to build and clear the land of stumps and such to farm the land. Legend has it in their
folklore a myth about Tree-walkers without limbs, very hard to spot while in the woods because of blending-in with the surrounding trees and bushes,
apparently they move really slow. These walkers are harmless and cause no threat to be alarmed when spotted, they only move at night, hence the name
"Night-walkers". I have always been intrigued about the story of these Night-walkers, just because they are tiny creatures that move around at
night-time and most people at night are not looking down they are looking up at the night sky. Except while in the woods at night you are trying to
see whats in front of you and trying not to walk into a tree.
Anyway, fascinating story, I will try and find the Indian folklore of these "Night-walkers" and post the information.