Ancient cultures had their own theories about the supernatural; however, science has been quick to dismiss many of them. When one ancient native culture brought forth an approach that disputed scientific findings, researchers were left without an answer.
The Heiltsuk people
British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest has been home to the Heiltsuk people for almost 5,000 years. Despite this fact, many archaeologists have not given claim to the region to this group of people.
It is a decision that seems to make little to no sense considering the facts about the natives. When asked for reasons why they have failed to do so, they gave one resounding reason for their decision.