American Indian culture facts
Native American Legends: Man With No Head
Name: Man With No Head
Tribal affiliation: Hidatsa
Alternate spellings: Man-With-No-Head
Related figures in other tribes: Double-Face (Sioux)
In Hidatsa folklore, Man-With-No-Head was a headless monster with a gaping mouth in its shoulder.
Lodge-Boy and Spring-Boy:
Hidatsa myth in which Headless Man murders a pregnant woman.
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