Where does he get those wonderful toys?

Doc takes center stage this week and leaves us with a startling revelation. Apparently, Doctor Eugene McCarver invented the Blackberry way back in the 1930s. Who knew? Ha!

Seriously though, Doc mines some major plot nuggets from the Custer’s archives this week, and some of you may be asking, “What the heck is a Tuurngait, anyway?” Well, never fear Wikipedia is here! Here’s an excerpt from the entry on Inuit mythology:

“Some spirits were by nature unconnected to physical bodies. These figures were called tuurngait (also tornait, tornat, tornrait, singular tuurngaq, torngak, tornrak, tarngek). Some were helping spirits that could be called upon in times of need. Some were evil and monstrous, responsible for bad hunts and broken tools. They could also possess humans, as recounted in the story of Atanarjuat. An angakkuq with good intentions could use them to heal sickness, and find animals to hunt and feed the community. He or she could fight or exorcise bad tuurngait, or they could be held at bay by rituals; However, an angakkuq with harmful intentions could also use “tuurngait” for their own personal gain, or to attack other people and their tuurngait.”

I’ll let y’all chew on that for a week…

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