Native American Little People And The Pedro Mountain Mummy
Several Native American tribes have oral stories about little people, not unlike the European tales of fairies and sprites. The race of tiny people—between 20 and 36-inches in height—in the Shoshone legends were mean little fellas. They would attack the Shoshone and shoot tiny, poison-tipped arrows at them. We would chalk these legends up to folklore, just like fairies and sprites, except for one thing. The mummified body of a little person was discovered in Wyoming in 1932. What this proof that the Native American little people were real?