Undiscovered Tribe Of Healy Rae’s Found In County Kerry
SKIN painted bright red, bald heads partially covered with peaked caps, arrows drawn back in the longbows and aimed square at a local search and rescue helicopter as it flew overhead. This is the first glimpse of a newly undiscovered tribe of Healy Raes taken in a remote part of county Kerry.
The contact took place near the Kerry border with West Cork after a routine search and rescue training mission was being carried out.
“We heard something hitting the belly of the chopper,” wench-man Tommy Carey told Waterford Whispers News. “I looked down using the helicopters CCTV camera and zoomed in, and to my surprise, I spotted five individuals in the woods below. They were firing at us as we passed over so we had to abort our training mission.”
The apparent aggression shown by these people is quite understandable. For they are members of one of Earth’s last uncontacted tribes of Healy Rae’s, who live in the remote region of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, one of Ireland’s highest mountain ranges.
Thought never to have had any contact with the outside world, experts examining the footage believe the tribe may have remained untouched for millennia and are thought to have their own form of democracy, similar to what we have in Ireland today.
“They seem to take care of their own people very well as the huts in their small village are quite big and extravagant,” said Professor Gerry Thomas, a lecturer on indigenous tribes in the University of Limerick. “We also counted four, what we can only describe as pubs in the village, which is indicative of their tribe, considering there is only one hundred of them living there.”
Kerry county council has since forbidden contact with the village as it is usually a disaster for these remote tribespeople, who live a life probably unchanged for more than 10,000 years.