|From Lost Tapes|
Wendigo. n.d,“Lost Tapes Wendigo”, Animal Planet, http://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/lost-tapes/creatures/wendigo/. 25 Oct. 2019.
“The Wendigo: A Terrifying Beast with an Insatiable Hunger for Human Flesh.”Ancient Origins, 31 Jan. 2016, https://www.ancient-origins.net/unexplained-phenomena/be-wary-wendigo-terrifying-beast-native-american-legend-insatiable-hunger.
Geller. “Wendigo (Folklore) -Terrifying Monster.” Mythology.net, 8 July 2018, https://mythology.net/monsters/wendigo/.
“THE WENDIGO.” American Hauntings, 2019, https://www.americanhauntingsink.com/wendigo.
For more information on the Wendigo visit these links:
Redfern, Nick. “Taking a Look at the Wendigo Phenomenon.” Mysterious Universe, 19 July 2019, https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2019/07/taking-a-look-at-the-wendigo-phenomenon/.
Nick Redfern, a full-time writer on unsolved mysteries, published this article to make readers aware the Wendigo might be a myth. He explains that many old sightings got confused with Bigfoot encounters. The purpose of this article is to make readers realize that not all stories of the Wendigo are true.
Martínez, María. “Wendigo–Flesheater of the Forests.” Legends of America, June 2019, https://www.legendsofamerica.com/mn-wendigo/.
Maria Martinez wrote this article about many of the Native American Indian tribes and their encounters and legends of the Wendigo. Maria explains a legend that claims, when you have an intense craving for human flesh it is called the Wendigo psychosis. The Wendigo psychosis occurs within individuals who are stranded in the snow in Canada.
McCauley, Elizabeth. “The Mythology and Misrepresentation of the Windigo.” Backstory, 23 Nov. 2016, https://www.backstoryradio.org/blog/the-mythology-and-misrepresentation-of-the-windigo/
Elizabeth McCauley, an intern for the blog Backstory, writes in this article how the Wendigo is misrepresented. She believes the Wendigo legends are not told correctly. She asked the readers if they have ever heard of the show Supernatural or are a fan of Stephen King, but do you really know where the Wendigo is from?