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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431 Responses

  1. Lycanhope says:

    @werewolfhunter: From what to where?

  2. werewolfhunter says:

    lalala what a good tune im listening too

  3. Wow…People are asking 4 tons of trouble!! Lol

  4. Ray says:

    @Lycanhope
    “The only problem I have with your post is what you define as the need for scientific explanation. This is a common misconception that really needs to be killed off as soon as possible. The whole point of science is that not everything is known, and experiments need to be made in order to fully understand what is not known.”
    You’re absolutely right. From a scientific standpoint, yes it’s hard to believe. But, science is not always correct, and it really is a shame that most scientists and scholars will simply disregard or shrug off certain things just because they don’t think its plausible in their minds. Coelacanths, a prehistoric fish thought to be well extinct, were actually discovered to still be alive off the coast of Africa, and I’m damn sure that a lot of respected scientists called B.S. on it until the evidence was right in their face. I whole-heartedly agree with you that the scientific community really needs to open their minds a bit. We as humans, as much as we’d like to think, have not discovered everything there is to know in this amazing planet we live in. I will say though, im still skeptical of werewolves, but if the coelacanth has taught us anything, it is to keep an open mind. Good post Lycanhope.

    -Ray

  5. Lycanhope says:

    @Ray: A healthy amount of skepticism is required to keep us somewhat grounded, but needs to be limited itself.

    Thanks for not posting a generic “no ur wrong” or “tldr” I’m used to getting 😛

  6. Shadow wolf says:

    you gays need to cill all you know a werewolf is listuning sobe carful

  7. Shadow wolf says:

    And yes werewolfs r real

  8. jonluke says:

    they got the were wolf idea because some coyote standing up and anyway if they existed the people wouldnt live to tell the story and im not saying they dont exist and if ur a were wolf ur first for blood would make a a labirynath wolf and that would make u kill all u c and it would turn u into a wolf ha are u guys a redwolf or a graywolf or coyote cause if ur not ur lying cause being a werewolf turns u into the labirynath wolf whitch means ud speak english but if u got seen by somthing u would turn big and fluffy and kill it are u using ur paws if u are a werewolf u wouldnt be able to type

  9. Lycanhope says:

    @jonluke: Um, what? I’m can’t understand whatever the hell language you’re using there, but I’m going to presume 80% of that is wrong.

  10. she wolf says:

    @jonluke: I don’t know what the hell u are talking about but I somehow read something insulting the others here in these website. If You really don’t like us then why you didn’t ignore us anyway?

  11. Gecko says:

    I dont suppose there are any pictures or anything? I’ve looked at the google maps and, presuming that werewolves DO exist (for arguments sake) this is the perfect setting for a rugaru or a werewolf-like creature to hunt. If you could find any witness accounts or even better, photographic evidence (paw prints, fur samples, police reports) I’d be very interested in perusing your findings 🙂 ive left my email so feel free to hmu

  12. Luke says:

    Well, Werewolves are species of dog which has not been discovered by the world. But you cant become a werewolf. They are just giant dogs who are scared of humans so they attack humans. You can however make a friend with a werewolf. But you have to be brave enough to go over to hit and give it a biscuit. Just like you were taming a wolf or a dog.

  13. Lycanhope says:

    @Luke: I managed not to burst out laughing till “taming a wolf”, then I just lost it. Somebody doesn’t understand the concept of “wild animal”, or wild canine behaviour for that matter.

  14. Tainted Soul says:

    @XxtruthxX: whats your email address

  15. Thewolfyoufear says:

    What about the kind of werewolf where the person turns completely into a wolf?? What if someone saw them transforming? These gigantic dog things just sound like bigfoot.

  16. wild says:

    So many of you here…dont know anything about us and yet you talk like you do.

  17. Gabriel says:

    @wild: Enlighten us.

  18. Lycanhope says:

    @wild: I get the impression that you’re being massively hypocritical and doing what you’re saying is bad, but it’s still a valid point so meh.

  19. lucius gold says:

    my fellow brother and sisters plus if elders on looking at this shit you all know its about time to come out of hiding and and show humans we are not week we have ruled over this land werewolves, lycans , lagroos, shifters as a family we fought together and killed together century’s ago the only worried was vampires back then that was a problem now we hide from are faint like little baby’s. I say it is enough we will no longer be push around no longer hide in the shadow!!! we stand together and fight !!! we take back this planet as ares!!! so humans won’t make stupid post about us anymore and so we aren’t locked up as animals and be feared once again to show the humans they are not at the top of the food chain and never where

  20. Lycanhope says:

    @lucius gold: Legit tears of laughter. Maybe it’s cause it’s 3 in the morning, but that was way funnier than it should have been.

    Oh wait, you were serious? Damnit, now I’m starting again

  21. Amber says:

    @wild and @lucius gold You guys are not werewolves. No one is. And yes, please, i SERIOUSLY DARE you to come out of the shadows. No offense but if you’ve been hiding for who knows how long, you’re already weak. If you’re “superior” like you say, why are you hiding from humans? Exactly, because these creatures you speak of don’t exist.

  22. Lycanhope says:

    @Amber: Yeah, kindly don’t build a view based on idiotic children on the Internet.

  23. Amber says:

    @Lycanhope I am not choosing to agree neither disagree. I am simply stating. Also, you only insult because you get offended. You only get offended because some word or phrase triggered something inside of you.

  24. Lycanhope says:

    @Amber: Since when is warning people not to form a view based on idiotic children an insult? Surely that’s informing that their information is wrong?

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