I'm always on the look out for monster information, that's close to home and Wisconsin is not that far away. In fact, I have relatives in Wisconsin.
I have not told my relatives about "The Beast of Bray Road" yet, and I'm not sure what they will think when I tell them, but I'm going to tell them. This beast has been said to be a werewolf, which sounds exciting and incredibly dangerous.
This werewolf or whatever it is, has appeared on Bray Road in Wisconsin. This is the road where all the action takes place. Numerous sightings on this one road!
Apparently, according to author Linday Godfrey, this was hot topic with the high school kids. When I was a teenager, I was always curious about what's out there in the night.
I've always had an interest in werewolves, but I've never seen one. It would be a real hoot to take a trip to Wisconsin, visit my relatives, and take an infrared camera with me, as well as some other equipment. It's all about being there, and being ready with a camera!
Anyways, Linda Godfrey stated that she talked to County Animal Control Officer, who had a folder named Werewolf. This peaked my interest, because if he's got a folder for these sightings, there must have been a good number of them, and they might be real.
Could there be a werewolf in Elkhorn, Wisconsin? Has it been there since 1991 as Linda Godfrey has said? This could be an Unsolved Mysteries TV Show with Robert Stack. No on can replace Robert Stack.
I tried watching the new Unsolved Mysteries, but it's not the same without Robert. In fact "The Beast of Bray Road" would have been a hot story, that Robert could have really sunk his TEETH into!
Quick joke: What happened when the werewolf swallowed a clock? He got ticks!
From the accounts I've read online, this thing walked on two legs with a wolf head. Well, that sounds like a werewolf. Also, when someone did see this thing, it would quickly disappear into the woods, brush or cornfield.
There are a lot of accounts for this werewolf and there does not seem to be enough facts, but again, all of these people saw something. It kind of reminds me of The Mothman stories. You a have all these people who saw something they can't quite explain, but it scared them.
When you have so many witnesses like this, a lot of them will go into hiding, and you can't blame them, because the stories sound outlandish. They sound crazy. It would be amazing, for someone to take a picture of one of these beasts.
People come out with pictures, but they are always too far away or they are out of focus. Everyone has seen pictures like that, and it would awesome, just for once, to see a decent picture where we identify, that it's something out of the ordinary.
Linda S. Godfrey is the author of "The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin’s Werewolf" and it's got a high rating for a reason. Check her book out today and see what you think.
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