ALASKA: The Kushtaka of the Alaskan Triangle

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Everyone knows the story of the Bermuda Triangle, but you might not know about the Alaskan Triangle. On average, five out of every 1,000 people go missing in Alaska, according to the LA Times, so even if there’s nothing supernatural going on, it’s easy to get lost in the Alaskan wilderness.

The Tlingit tribe who live in Juneau have their own explanation for the high number of missing people: evil spirits called the Kushtaka. The Kushtaka are shape-shifters (half-man, half-otter) who lure women and children to the water with fake cries in order to steal their human spirits and drown them.

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