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The people of an isolated island in the Philippines undertake nightly patrols to protect their animals. According to Inspector Brian Odien, Sibale Island's chief of police, the region has seen an extensive spate of mysterious livestock deaths over the last few years and the islanders believe that werewolves are responsible. Hundreds of volunteers under supervision of the police have been undertaking regular patrols at night in an effort to protect the island's dwindling goat population from the creatures. The attacks, which allegedly only occur on nights before a full moon, have seen more than 200 goats killed with their blood sucked out and internal organs removed.
originally posted by: countingdown
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes
Sorry about the second link, I cant find it myself now but I have started to bookmark everything I'm going to post (just in case)
(and thanks for the intro thread reply)