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In Native American legend a skin-walker is a most foul creature, a witch. By committing a cultural taboo, usually killing a member of their own family, a witch can become a skin-walker. This ability allows them to be able to transform themselves into animals, mimic voices, and place curses on towns and people.
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Read more about skinwalkers vs "similar" creatures in this post.
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