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Peter’s costume was awesome. I believe it was a milk crate covered in fake fur with bike lights that would blink simultaneously. The horns are the cardboard at the center of a paper towel roll. He was Urayuli.
John Active, a Yup’ik storyteller from Bethel, has gathered a large number of accounts told by the Yup’ik people of Southwest Alaska concerning their encounters with Urayuli. This being was described as standing ten feet tall, covered with hair, with glowing eyes. Its arms were so long, they reached to the creature’s ankles. It was said to roam the tundra and cry out its loneliness with a voice resembling that of a loon. Although its appearance terrified the persons confronting it, the Urayuli never harmed anyone, according to the accounts gathered by Active. However, legendary accounts lore has it that children who disappear while in the woods are transformed into Urayuli
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