Oxbridge Institute
Department of History
Professor Baxter Smalls, Time Traveling Documentarian
Vacation with the Anasazi in the summer of 1054 B.C.
Unfortunately in 1150 a young Anasazi girl of the Tiwanaku tribes had a vision that if her people destroyed all of their worldly processions, the spirits would lead them to glorious victory over their enemies who had stolen resources from them.
The Anasazi followed the girl’s vision, destroying everything they owned, and over 400,000 of them starved to death leading to their extinction.  I stayed on a few months and found this feared enemy raiding their lands turned out to be the ancestor of the domesticated turkey. Odd, that.