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November 1970. One morning, at the Indigenous Blackfoot Indian Reservation, near Glacier National Park, Montana. A young Blackfoot Native boy name Tom was walking to school and was stopped alone the way by one of the elders of his tribe, whom the children called "Old Man Wolf." Old Man Wolf called Tom over, he wants to teach him about the beings who visited the secret hill. On the trail, the tribal elder points to odd looking footprints, that's about half the size of Tom's feet. Old Man Wolf told him that those are Star People's footprints. Tom and the tribal elder tracked the prints up into the mountains. They hiked through the woods, following the prints to about 2 miles away, until they made it to a large clearing on the side of the mountain. They stand behind a large rock where they can see the footprints lead to an empty circle in the snow. Old Man Wolf explained to Tom that the circle was caused by a starcraft when it landed and took off. He told Tom that the Star People have been coming here for about thousands of years. Tom scans the area, hoping to catch a sight of the mysterious visitors. While the tribal elder telling him about the Star People, Tom looks at the prints, then at the corner of the eye, he looked up and saw a large disc-shaped UFO soaring through the sky. Then as quickly as it appeared, the UFO vanished from view.
The Indigenous Native American folklore is filled with stories of otherworldly encounters with interstellar visitors, commonly referred to as "Star People." The stories are more than just ancient legends.