Werewolf Sightings

One of the most notorious places for werewolf sightings is said to be in Cannock Chase which is an area in Central England near Staffordshire.  The area is a wooded country setting with lots of wildlife and hiking and mountain biking paths throughout.  In this beautiful forested English setting, over the past 30 years, 21 werewolf sightings have been reported – the most recent one being at the end of 2009.  Various eyewitness accounts as reported in the local newspapers all have the same description.  The reports claim that witnesses sight what appears to be a large dog, however when they get closer, it becomes apparent it is not a dog, as the creature pulls itself upright, and runs into the forest on its two hind legs.  And for the record, the eyewitnesses are not untrustworthy individuals – the people claiming the sightings are everyday people – a postal worker, a scout leader, and various members of the community.

Although many people insist that the sightings are indeed real werewolf sightings, there are other theories that have been proposed, including what the local newspaper described as possible “subterranean creatures“, another theory includes a “stone age” creature.  While noone is quite sure what the creature is, people claim the evidence clearly points to one thing  – there truly is an unidentifiable creature of some kind roaming the woods of the area.

(Read about an account by a physicist with the Loch Ness Monster!)

What I find particularly interesting about the Cannock Chase werewolf sightings, is that in all of England, nearly every werewolf sighting is coming from this particular area of the country.  This could point to some truth in the eyewitness reports – the creature appears to have made that area his home. Let’s assume for argument’s sake that this is a real werewolf.  If that is the case, it appears to be one that is either being reckless on purpose and advertising his location, or one that has not learned how to deal with his transformations.  Neither of which can be good for werewolves and humans.

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427 Responses

  1. Lee Ann says:

    *Screams internally*

  2. Lycanhope says:

    Excuse me Lee, “internally” is my trigger word. If you keep saying it, I might go pull a Tumblr and kill myself.

  3. Lee Ann says:

    *Screams externally*

  4. Amber says:

    @Lycanhope The information could be misinformed. I cannot tell or force someone to change their beliefs or opinion.

  5. Amber says:

    @Gabriel You are right, but i am neither wrong. I do not intend to start any violence over the internet nor do i want you all to be riled up(if you are). I simply want peace and bonding. I am a confused yet growing person who just want things to be right. I insulted or offended many, some, or all of you. I apologize sincerely for my lack of knowledge and misunderstanding. I would be more than happy to stay out of this than cause more difficulties.

  6. jolandenell southafrica says:

    I think you all are talking bullshit because if you say your reel why is there no real prof I mean I have been reading a lot about real werewolf shit that they say is true but according to scientist and other people you are all mentholly not well you must go see a head doctor or something

  7. Lycanhope says:

    @jolandenell southafrica: First of all are you some kind of god to post this without getting moderated? I’m not even mad, that’s impressive.

    Second of all cool, you can have your opinion.
    Yes, we are insane, but to say “this can be helped by a head doctor” is like saying you can choose to be homosexual or you decide to be trans, it’s just not true. You would be thinking of clinical lycanthropy, which can and is helped through therapy, where the person believes they are in fact a wolf. We know we’re not, but that’s the problem, namely because we still think as if we are. So all therapy will be is multiple sessions of the doctor saying “you’re not a wolf” and us saying “we know”, followed by years of medication and self delusion.

    Yeah no, I’m fine with being insane thanks.

  8. Lycanhope says:

    @jolandenell southafrica: First of all are you some kind of god to post this without getting moderated? I’m not even mad, that’s impressive.

    Second of all cool, you can have your opinion.
    Yes, we are insane, but to say “this can be helped by a head doctor” is like saying you can decide to be trans, it’s just not true. You would be thinking of clinical lycanthropy, which can and is helped through therapy, where the person believes they are in fact a wolf. We know we’re not, but that’s the problem, namely because we still think as if we are. So all therapy will be is multiple sessions of the doctor saying “you’re not a wolf” and us saying “we know”, followed by years of medication and self delusion.

    Yeah no, I’m fine with being insane thanks.

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