Woodsong - Part I, Running, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Running, Chapter 6 Summary

There are many mysterious animal behaviors, but one of the most stark and unique occurred when Paulsen was trying to feed a chipmunk and then a red squirrel, not a carnivorous animal, lept down from a tree, killed the chipmunk, drug it away and started eating it. Paulsen was horrified but has never seen it since.

Another unusual occurrence fell upon Paulsen while he was riding his dogs at night when caught a branch to his face and was temporarily blinded. When he could see again, he saw an eerie green glowing light. The dogs began howling their "death song," the noise they make when they think something or someone has died. Paulsen was initially curious but stopped when he thought he saw the glow take the form of something like a human. When he got closer...

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