The Spirit of Wendigo

 Before long, the doctor’s wife became ill and died suddenly. Soon after, the doctor became not only ill, but extremely mad as well. In a frenzy, the doctor murdered 11 people, feasting off of the flesh of their corpses before running off into the woods never to be seen or heard from again.
Before long, the doctor’s wife became ill and died suddenly. Soon after, the doctor became not only ill, but extremely mad as well. In a frenzy, the doctor murdered 11 people, feasting off of the flesh of their corpses before running off into the woods never to be seen or heard from again.

In 1920, A young doctor was said to have moved to Fort Kent with his wife in a time of war, helping those in need. Little did he know, an ancient spirit lurked within the land and soon found that many people were coming to him with mysterious cases of sick and diseased people.

The illness was believed to have originated from rats, much like the Bubonic Plague. A nearby indian tribe had warned of an angry spirit by the name of Wendigo but most people brushed it aside as silly superstition. Before long, the doctor’s wife became ill and died suddenly. Soon after, the doctor became not only ill, but extremely mad as well. In a frenzy, the doctor murdered 11 people, feasting off of the flesh of their corpses before running off into the woods never to be seen or heard from again. Read more

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