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Thanks to whoever started this article, but next time make sure you have the right culture. This was tagged as "Category:Asian mythology" and called an "Indian" myth, but it's a Native American. Here is a quick blurb. I also have a book I used for research years ago with more information on this myth, as well as the specific tribe it's associated with; if I can find it, I'll expand the article. (All I remember is it was a northern Appalachian tribe.) Again, thank you for starting the article, but next time try to keep your facts straight (or find more reliable sources, or seek clarification on ambiguous terms).Arekusu (talk) 04:41, 29 January 2012 (UTC) It's not Indian, it's Native American, I fixed it.