While on family vacation (without Marilyn) to Buffalo Valley by train, Herman gets off at a rest stop while the rest is asleep and falls asleep himself, causing him to miss the train and end up all alone. He decides to walk to the near-by village and encounters a little Indian tribe where he is mistaken for an ancient spirit. The tribe wants him to marry an Indian girl. Meanwhile, the rest of the family has started looking for him. Written by
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Did You Know?
The scary story which the train passenger reads is "The Fall of the House of Usher" by Edgar Allan Poe
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Totem pole sculpture is indigenous to tribes of the Pacific Northwest, not interior tribes of the desert southwest or Great Plains as shown. See more
The last time I tried to sleep in a place this small, some guy shoveled dirt in my face.
References Death Valley Days