SC Museum of Discovery presents Ninninbe: “Little Demons” or Shoshone Indians: “Little People”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 16, 2010
Sheridan College Museum of Discovery presents –
Ninninbe: “Little Demons” or Shoshone Indians: “Little People”
The Sheridan College Museum of Discovery will showcase Mr. Harold Huber as their guest speaker Wednesday, November 17. From 7 – 8:00 p.m. in the Sheridan College Science building’s Museum of Discovery, Huber will discuss the legends that many American Indians share about the “Little People.”
Mr. Huber says he was fortunate to be in the Human Osteology Class of Dr. George Gill, State Forensic Scientist, and Professor at the University of Wyoming when the 1994 TV Show, “Unsolved Mysteries” aired the edition of the “Missing Pedro Mountain Mummy.” Within days, three more mummies of the type of the Pedro Mummy showed up. Huber’s Osteology class was able to study, investigate, and record scientific facts about the mummies for two weeks. Each mummy was weighed, x-rayed, had a CAT scan, and PET scan.
He will also discuss spinal bifida, and show pictures of the Pedro Mountain Mummy including X-Rays and answer questions about the three other mummies that he was able to investigate.
Huber retired from the armed services after serving his country for 24 years. He then obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. He has since spent many years as a researcher and as a school and government librarian. Huber owns Ultimate Research, LLC in Sheridan.
The lecture is free to the public. For more information, please contact the Sheridan College Natural Science Department, 674-6446 ext. 3100.