Werewolf Sighting in Woodbridge Virginia

Last week, reports came in of a werewolf sighting in Woodbridge, Virginia.  Is this a real werewolf sighting, a hoax related to halloween, or merely a sighting of some other animal?

The Sighting
According to InsideNova.com, a local resident reported sighting the creature at 10:05pm in Woodbridge, Viriginia.  The creature was spotted at Colchester Road and Randall Drive, and the sighting was confirmed by police:

“A coyote, or a werewolf,” said Prince William County police spokesman Jonathan Perok.

Was it a real werewolf?
It’s unclear at this point.  What may add some credence to the report is that the sighting occurred in a state and  somewhat near an area that is well-known for werewolf sightings – Henrico County, Viriginia.  Woodbridge, the location of the most recent sighting,  is located in Prince William County.  Both counties are in the eastern portion of the state of Viriginia – a mere two hour drive apart from one another.  Another part of the story which may give it some weight is that the sighter actually called the police.  It takes a hoaxer with alot of guts to call the police on something that is just made-up.

On the other hand, with Halloween less than two week away, some questions must be raised about the validity of the sighting.  It very well could possibly be a hoax by a local resident wanting to drum up some excitement and attention in his town.  Also, werewolves are well aware that halloween is approaching and know to take extra precaution to not be seen.  That a werewolf would let himself be seen so easily seems unlikely.  Before the sighting is completely ruled out as a hoax however, it should be noted that it can work the other way as well – because halloween is approaching, there are indeed more werewolves out…which will result in more sightings….a few of which may be real.  Is this one of the real ones?



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19 Responses

  1. Danny says:

    How do you make a logical jump from ‘coyote’ to ‘werewolf’???

  2. Buddy says:

    That’s what we were wondering too! 😉

  3. me says:

    ok to much true blood for the locals and

  4. so weird they would admit it could have been a werewolf!

  5. WulfJakal says:

    man…what a big jerk!
    how he can say ”coyote” or ”werewolf”?
    he maybe know that have huge diffenrences

  6. gingervamp says:

    @Werewolf967: is this your site?

  7. gingervamp says:

    well, i have some questions about your vampire info. do u really believe that we dont like werewolves?

  8. cory says:

    So I live in Virginia not around woodbridge but somewhat close and i can honestly say werewolfs are real i saw one a few years ago and it literally scared me for life

  9. Jessica says:

    I actually live in Woodbridge,VA and was hiking in the woods with my Pitbull today (this is why I searched stuff like this)Something that I could not see or hear freaked her out so bad she literally dragged me home looking over her shoulder the whole time. I also found paw prints that were so huge it couldn’t have possibly been a dog. But, it definately was some kind of canine. Weird…

  10. Get Help Retards says:

    gingervamp… breaking news just in you’re not really a vampire get over it… find a better way to escape your boring emo tweenie life then pretending you’re something you’re not.

  11. lycana13 says:

    me tooo wats he thinking

  12. lycana13 says:

    Now that wat im talking about,but it is weird because how can a werewolf{LYCAN} see a human and run but not attack.

  13. lycana13 says:

    do you beleive that vampires and werewolf can be friends

  14. Lee Ann says:

    @lycana13: I’m going to take your internet away.

  15. Crystal says:

    I live in Woodbridge and this story is true, but it was a coyote. Back in 09 the community college barred anyone from going out to the parking lot one night because of a coyote sighting, and afterwards every class had police escorted to their cars.

    also, there are wild bobcats 40 miles south of us

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