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Originally posted by woodwytch
reply to post by The Exiled One
Originally posted by jackinthebox
Silver is most likely myth without practical application...
A .45 might work if you get a clean head-shot, like right through the eye. I would suggest a bear gun and plenty of ammo.
well as for thing not attacking i have no explaination for that except that we saw it first(loss of element of surprise[lions have been know to give up the chase once they have been found out])and it was two of us and one of it and we were armed with knives(didnt bother saying anything earlier because didnt think it was important.)Or maybe it wasnt hungry ( thank god for that ) any way Thill i live in a three level house Top, middle, basement with conceret walls and metal doors, and i dont think it would have fit inside that window because it was a preety small side window thats was already broken before. All the other windows are fine and are kept locked (thank god). so i feel preety safe. and i will be going back into the field again with a camera(not going alone) to see if i can find evidence since everyone wants evidence.
Originally posted by Thill
Well I do and do not belive You . I do belive you because I belive in werewolves (something that happened to me once but as I have no proof and it was a loong time ago I dont bother posting).
I do not belive you because as you said (and I know it to be true) that werewolves are bloody fast so explain to me why are you still alive ? I mean come on that thing could have killed you with 1 strike and there is no way you could outrun it .
So either this was not a werewolf or something had to divert its attention which I would somehow belive but then you go ahead on saying that you found marks of the beast arround your house ? I dont think that if it wanted to get rid of you that a house would be any problem for it to get in
[edit on 12-12-2007 by Thill]
The first unusual encounter the Gormans had on the ranch involved what appeared to be a very large wolf on one of their first days after moving to the ranch. The animal was not aggressive towards the family, but when it attempted to capture a calf, Mr. Gorman shot at the creature. The shots had no noticeable effect and the creature eventually left the homestead. Gorman later found a hunk of flesh from the animal that smelled of burning sulfur or rotten meat.