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Video: A Spooky Use of Seneca Language for Halloween

The Seneca Language Department at the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in New York came up with a spooky way to get the Seneca language out there this Halloween.

They created this black and white horror movie-style video—just try to watch with your eyes open—of a woman cleaning late at night.

When she senses a presence she goes looking for it. But maybe she should have kept that mop with her, just in case she runs into any creepy crawlies that go bump in the night:

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