The Meme Humanoids

By Lon Strickler

Summary

In 2012, an incredible phenomenon began to occur. Internet users, in earnest, began reporting frightening encounters with emaciated, pale, hairless humanoids that, for the most part, crawled on all fours. Internet users attempted to equate these entities with characters of Native American mythology, oblivious to the fact that the humanoids in these encounters bore a resemblance to the fictional Rake. Many witnesses suggested that they were 'Skinwalkers,' medicine men or witches of traditional Navajo lore who possess the ability to transform into animals. Others proposed that these emaciated humanoids were manifestations of the 'Wendigo,' a malevolent cannibalistic spirit of Cree and Algonquin legend. Others still began to invent new names for these creatures, such as 'Fleshgaits' and 'Crawlers,' the latter evoking the 2005 movie entities that likely helped to inspire the Rake originally.

The humanoid encounters and sightings that are detailed in this book over varied glimpses into the phenomenon. Ask yourself-are these humanoids actual corporeal beings that are manifested by the human mind and perceivable by others? Or are we witnessing the nexus of an unknown and monstrous species of humanoid?

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