PARANORMAL OR NOT? 👻 Texas Skinwalkers: Warren Wagon Train Massacre (Kiowa Shapeshifters) ᴸᴺᴬᵗᵛ

PARANORMAL OR NOT? 👻 Texas Skinwalkers: Warren Wagon Train Massacre (Kiowa Shapeshifters) ᴸᴺᴬᵗᵛ

August 19, 2019 18 By William Hollis


one of the best episodes of paranormal
witness is season 5 episode 9 the ranch which has to do with the family that
moved into a dilapidated ranch house in Texas near the Salt Creek Plains there
was a massacre that took place before Texas was part of the United States
where a supply train of wagons was attacked by Indians and some of the
people the Teamsters that were driving the wagons were brutally massacred and
in some cases mutilated when this family moved into this house they noticed some
strange things the first thing they found unusual was a jawbone that
appeared to be human in the yard the mother said that they should simply
bury it and move on after finding the jawbone their grandmother came to visit
and stayed with them she was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and at first
everything was fine the grandmother behaved normally shortly after moving
into the property the grandmother began talking to an unknown person named mr.
Warren once the grandmothers demeanor started to change in one instance
particularly she was extremely agitated or
angry and yelled at the daughters because of her strange behavior they
figured she was deteriorate and health and therefore they moved her out of the
house and into a hospice after the grandmother passed away things started
to ramp up at the house and that’s when they started to notice strange things
about the house such as one of the daughters finding very deep claw
markings in the walls of the garage the scratches were wider than my
and was the first serious incident that the
daughters experienced would be during the evening when they went out to take
some kennels to one of the outbuildings or Barnes I got out and I started to take the
equipment into the barn and unpack it when she came back into the barn the
second time she was startled by what many would consider a skinwalker she
then quickly returned to the car screaming at her sister to go go go
when she looked back she noticed that the skinwalker was keeping pace with the
vehicle and not only that that there were multiple skinwalkers on the road
behind them chasing them now shortly before this incident the
mother had experienced her own incident and refused to share it with anybody so
unfortunately for the daughters they went into that barn completely unaware
that there was some form of paranormal or unexplained activity that quite
frankly could be very dangerous to her own daughters it just so happens that
the mother was doing research on the property the same night that the
daughters were out in the barn so as the daughters are being chased down the road
the mother is actually gathering information that indicates that the
property could definitely have some unsettling history as a matter of fact
she starts to discover about the Warren Wagon massacre there had been hundreds
of bloody conflicts all over this area between the incoming white settlers and
the Native Americans now the next statement that she makes in this episode
is interesting because she states that she identifies what she saw in the
window in the actual book and if you look carefully it doesn’t take a lot of
effort you can see there’s quite a big difference between what she sees in the
book in what she saw in the window so it’s hard to know whether the actual
show took some liberties there or there’s some sort of confusion on her
part it was about a local tribe and their supposed ability to channel the
spirit of animals it was the same man I had seen in the
window so it’s at this point in the show where she leaves the library rushes back
to her house and essentially intercepts her daughter’s running from these
skinwalkers while the daughters are driving down the driveway I guess is
what it would have been from the barn to the house or whether they were just
leaving the property altogether it’s not made clear they actually crashed the
vehicle and had to get out and run on foot
which made it incredibly easy for what was ever chasing them to catch up so as
the mother pulls up there in the middle of the road running from these
skinwalkers for lack of a better identity and she basically you know
saves them it’s at this point that the mother and the daughters figure
everything out and realized that the property has some sort of paranormal
activity going on at the very least and they need to get out of there
so they convinced the father to pack up and leave now for those of you who are
asking why didn’t I just show the clip you can’t there’s no way the clip has
such a heavy-duty copyright protection on it there was no way for us to load it
but I kept getting questions from people over the last few months about certain
paranormal episodes and this is one of my personal favorites so I felt like I
would do a little investigation so here’s what we were able to uncover
about the history of the house the property itself and whether or not there
was some liberties taken with the show it so here’s what we know of the worn
wagon train raid also known as the Salt Creek Massacre according to Wikipedia
Henry Warren was contracted to haul supplies to the fort’s west of Texas and
1871 while traveling down the Jackson Burrell
Belknap Road headed towards sultry crossing they encountered William
Tecumseh Sherman of Civil War Fame less than an hour after encountering the
famous general they spotted a rather large group of riders ahead they quickly
realized that these were Native American warriors at the time they didn’t realize
it but it was 150 Kiowa warriors they quickly took the wagons full of corn and
put them into a ring formation with all the Mules in the center of the Ring in
the center of this circle of Defense was a group of twelve defenders five of whom
would escape and seven who would be killed one in particular was set aside
for torture by fire with his tongue being cut out by one of the Kiowa
warriors this was done apparently in response to that individual immediately
killing one of the warriors and raging them in the process the five survivors
would reach Fort Richardson some 20 miles away and explained to Sherman what
had happened to them Sherman would organize a group of heavily armed men to
track down the Raiders and bring them to justice by the time they actually caught
up with the leaders of this raid they were in Fort Sill on the reservation
that would be white bears sitting bare and big tree ultimately those three
leaders of the raid would be arrested and start traveling back to Fort
Richardson for trial in route sitting bare in an attempt to escape was killed
years later people would agree that sitting bare committed suicide he had no
hope of escape and did not want to risk being imprisoned so he attempted to run
and was shot dead so with all this information I had three
questions I wanted to find answers for the first question is what’s the history
of the area going back before the European colonization of North America
when I went back as far as I could with the information available online I
realized that the area had been home to the Kiowa and Comanche way before the
first colonies in the United States when we look at the relationships that the
Kiowa have with the Comanche the Comanche primarily controlled the region
and it was for the most part a total control with little or no warfare
between the Kiowa and the Comanche not on a level that would be considered a
massacre of course there’s a lot of speculation and most of the information
we have is from the tribes themselves and from some anthropological cultural
studies so when you start to look at the movement of the tribes by the u.s. into
Oklahoma you start to see a variety of different tribes and this is where I
started to look into the idea of skinwalkers and was there any tribes
that practiced skin walking in the Oklahoma Indian territories once I
started looking into the Indian territories I started also looking to
see if there were any major massacres or wars between the settlers and the Native
Americans the only warfare in the area took place at the Red River Wars and
they were far enough away from the actual Warren Wagon Massacre that I
didn’t feel it was relevant it seemed like it was just too far away so the
idea of skinwalkers is not something that I feel is likely to be going on at
that location as a matter of fact when I watched the episode the first question
that came to mind is when the mother points out that she identified the
things she saw in the window as a person an Indian a native
American and as a result I think it discredits the whole idea that
skinwalkers are running around that area there is no cultural background for it
there’s not a history of massacres the only thing that has ever occurred in
that area is the warren wagon train massacre so with that out of the way the
only other questions I had were what is the proximity to the actual site of the
massacre when we’re talking about the house in question how close was it the
mound that the Kiowa Warriors hid behind to ambush the wagon train is not
anything that stands out it’s a matter of fact it was difficult to find when I
was looking for it eventually I found a more up-to-date picture of the mound and
realized it had eroded quite a bit once the wagon train realized it was under
attack they formed a circle at the nearest tree line which happens to run
along the border of the present-day property seven of the members of the
wagon train would die in that circle while five would escape through the
trees when we watched the episode you can see the daughters trying to escape
by driving her vehicle along the driveway and through those trees come
the Warriors it looks as though to me that the woods are haunted by the
spirits of the Warriors and the people that were massacred so what’s more than
likely going on if you believe that there’s paranormal activity is a
replaying or a retelling of events some of this residual energy could be
spilling on to the actual property and into the house when they moved into the
house initially there were some strange writings on the floor that they
uncovered it’s hard to know where those came from
but it could have something to do with the haunting of the actual residence
when we look at the property and we look at the nearest town you get an idea of
the desolation there’s really nothing there and if
you were to travel on foot it would take you quite some time to get to the
nearest town which is loving Texas so as far as I’m concerned whether you think
that place is haunted or not it’s definitely a pretty creepy place so what
do you think is going on do you think it’s possible the Native Americans are
connected to the people that they massacred and maybe there’s a retelling
of the story over and over again do you think anything is going on at all or is
this just another one of those stories for television I’ll let you guys decide
I’ll see you in the next video thanks for watching you