Told by Jonas George (Wah-sa-ghe-zik)
A windigo was around away up north to Hudson Bay looking for people to eat. Whenever he would come across a lone hunter or a small family camp, he would kill the people and boil them in hot water. After a few people went missing, they became suspicious and watchful because they knew that a windigo was stalking the area.
One day, a man named Misaabe came to that country and was told of the windigo’s activities. He decided that he would confront the windigo and stop it from killing more people. Misaabe made his camp by the Bay and sat down to rest himself. After a while he could hear something a long ways off coming through the trees. In a little while he sees windigo come towards him! The windigo was huge – almost 20 feet tall. Misaabe grabbed a large tree limb to use as a club and the windigo, seeing Misaabe standing with his weapon, grabbed a large tree limb of his own and let out a roar.
Misaabe and the windigo began to fight a great fight, using their big trees limbs for clubs. They fought for a long time and soon the windigo was beaten quite badly and was wounded. He ran away as fast as he could through the trees and lived for another day.
A while later, windigo decided that he wanted revenge on Misaabe, so he came back to fight him again. This time Misaabe grabbed a great stone and threw it at windigo as soon as he entered the clearing. The stone struck him in the head and he was killed.