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Kami Garcia
Kami Garcia • 24 weeks ago

Within the Navajo belief system, there resides a special type of spirit known as a chindi. Normally the byproduct of violence—whether accidental or during warfare—a chindi is made up of everything that was bad about the person who died. Failing to properly honor the burial of a person can also bring about a chindi, as well as even mentioning the deceased’s name. #unbreakable #thelegionseries #kamigarcia #YAbooks #supernatural #paranormal #ghosthunting

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