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THE RED-HEADED STRANGERS

THE RED-HEADED STRANGERS


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For Willie Nelson

Lovelock Cave in Winnemucca, Nevada....

500 years ago, the Paiute Indians, descendants of the Inca, made their way across the sea to Canada....

A tribe of wanderers, they eventually trekked to Utah, Arizona and what is now known as Winnemucca, Nevada..

Finding everything to their liking, they decided to settle down near Lake Lahontan, where the wild life and fish were plentiful.

But, come first winter, a tribe of Red-Headed Giants came down from the hills and made their presence known.

At first the Paiutes were astonished and fearful-after all, these hill folk ranged in size from 6.5 feet to nearly NINE feet tall....

But they were apparently PEACEFUL, and consumed mostly FISH and TULE...

The Paiutes named them the "Si-Te-Cah", the "Tule Eaters".

The Si-Te-Cah wore complicated clothing of finer design than the Paiutes....their 15-18 inch SANDALS were of a finer design than anything the Paiutes had aver seen...

They spoke a TONGUE that the Paiutes were never able to fully understand, though the Si-Te-Cah would draw strange shapes in the sand in an attempt at translation...

The two vastly different tribes existed in relative peace around Lake Lahontan, until a SEVERE drought hit the area and the lake began to shrink, the game and fish no longer plentiful...

Then odd Paiute Hunter failed to return home...

Then another...

Then Children began to disappear...

The Paiutes investigated and discovered that the Red-Headed Strangers were not put out by Man-Meat-they were CANNIBALS in tough times...

The Paiutes made war on the Si-Te-Cah, determined to wipe them out...

There were several major battles, with the Si-Te-Cah, badly outnumbered, on the losing end.

The remaining members of the tribe fled to the Lovelock Caves, refusing to come out an do battle.

These were mostly old men, women, children and wounded warriors....

The Paiutes gathered wood and brush, piled it up at the entrance, then set it all ablaze, killing everyone inside.

A few days later, an earthquake rocked the area, virtually sealing the cave entrance....

The Paiutes had been scalping and gathering together the red hair of the Si-Te-cah. his hair was now woven into VICTORY garments for their Chieftains...

One of the HAIR garments exists TODAY, and is in the possession of the descendants of Chief Winnemucca...

All of the above was considered to be just another Indian Legend....

In 1911, Guano farmers decided to search for their wares in the Lovelock Caves. They removed the rocks covering most of the entrance and found more than AMPLE evidence to corroborate the story of the Paiutes.

Beneath 4-6 feet of GUANO:

6.5 to 8 foot tall skeletons.
15-18 in long SANDALS with intricate stitching, near-perfectly preserved...

BROKEN ARROWS, shattered against the back walls of the cave, evidence of that last battle with the Paiutes...

AND: Evidence that the "Si-Te-Cah" were the corrupted descendants of an advanced race!

A DONUT shaped wheel, with 365 lines on the outer wheel, 52 notches on the inner wheel...

Evidence of a written language!

Advanced designs in stitching and weaving:

The Paiutes SWORE that when they started to make WAR on the Si-Te-Cah, the red-heads could quickly weave the TULE FRONDS into boats and escape to the other side of the lake!

In all, over 10,000 relics have been removed from Lovelock Cave. Some reside in the Winnemucca Museum, the rest have been taken away for "Further Study"....

At the bottom RIGHT, you see an actual comparison of the jaw of modern man and that of the Si-Te-Cah...

Stan Neilsen went to the Winnemucca Museum and made the comparison for his own peace of mind. That is him outside the cave entrance, there...



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