Why don’t humans believe in werewolves anymore?
People simply do not believe without seeing anymore. At one time this was not the case, but in today’s world…seeing is believing.
You can credit the 24-7 media coverage for this phenomenon. And it’s true – just about everything in any part of the world – day and night – can be found on the internet – in video or in photos. Want to see a blue lobster? Well, look on the internet they exist! What about a skateboarding bulldog? Yeah, there are plenty of videos on youtube of those doggie skaters swooping around! My point – everything is online!! And what humans tend to think is – if you can’t find pictures of it online, well, it must not exist! Because…well, just about anything you can think of you can find online.
And yes, this includes werewolves.
The problem is though, that werewolves are very difficult to find true/real videos/photos of. Yes, werewolves are indeed on the internet – in fact, werewolves are also part human, so they can be found anyplace and everyplace humans can be found. But, werewolves are incredibly smart, and unlike a skateboarding bulldog, or a blue lobster, are unlikely to just hang around waiting for a crowd of humans to come along and take their picture. So, on the first part the true/real pictures and videos of werewolves are rare to begin with! Combine this with the fact that werewolves are also part human (and thus can sometimes – especially in non-transformed form) be hard to differentiate from humans, and the end result is very few real videos/photos are available of true werewolves.
So then we get back to the old adage – seeing is believing.
Most humans need to see to believe. Even the most open-minded of humans are hard to convince without concrete visual evidence. And it is a testament to the werewolf’s smarts that very little of this visual evidence exists.