No Filter: Talking about skinwalkers

FEATURE — Ever heard of a skinwalker? According to some Native American traditions, a skinwalker is someone who can turn into any animal they desire.

Follow Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair in Episode 65 of the “No Filter Show” as they go out to the streets to learn more about skinwalkers.

Plus, get the opportunity to win some of their biggest giveaways yet. There are four prize packages up for grabs — including Native American arrowheads, gift certificates to Fiesta Fun Center and Yogurtland in St. George, hand crafted artwork and more!

Find the items, turn it in to St. George News, 158 W. 1600 South in St. George to win your prize.

UPDATED Nov. 24, 2015: All four arrowheads have been located and the prizes have been claimed! Congratulations to all those who participated in the arrowhead hunt. Keep an eye open for each episode of No Filter to learn your next chance at claiming a prize.


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  • NotSoFast November 22, 2015 at 2:05 pm

    A great one. You in?

  • sagemoon November 23, 2015 at 9:34 am

    Fun episode!

  • Brian November 23, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    Fact #11: Never trust an “expert” that’s reading from a script (even if he can kick your butt). I remember a kid from school that went mountain biking in Kanab and came back all fired up about seeing something like this in the desert. He called them “indiglotians”. He had unreal mountain biking stamina, which I suspected then and now came from drugs, which may taint the indiglotian experience. The fact the word doesn’t show up on the internet doesn’t help.

  • .... November 23, 2015 at 5:29 pm

    Oh geez not this stupid story again. Yawwwwwwn

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