A violent creature roaming parts of the United Kingdom which has also killed people, and this animal is known as the Welsh Werewolf. Most people have
heard of the Beast of Bodmin Moor and the Surrey Puma: strange unidentified animals which have been tearinghundreds of sheep and cattle apart for
years, but there is another violent creature roaming parts of the United Kingdom which has also killed people, and this animal is known as the Welsh
Records of an enormous wolf-like animal in north Wales date back to 1790, when a stagecoach travelling between Denbigh and Wrexham was allegedly
attacked and overturned by an enormous black beast almost as long as the coach horses. The terrifying animal tore into one of the horses and killed
it, while the other horse broke free from its harness and galloped off into the night whining in terror. The attack took placejust after dusk, with a
full moon on the horizon. The moon that month seemed bloodred, probably because of dust in the stratosphere from a recent forest fire in the Hatchmere
area. The locals in north Wales andCheshire thought the moon's rubrical colour was a sign that something evil was at large and the superstitious
phrase, 'bad moon on the rise' was whispered in traveller's inns across the region. Source -
I saw something when I was younger here is my story.
I was about 19 and me my GF and my 3 best pals went camping in the Black Mountains in Wales, we went to the local pub had a few and drove back to our
campsite in the middle of nowhere in a glade surrounded by woods.
My self and my GF had one tent my pals had another and upon settling down for the night I found out I had no smokes so I made up a tale that someone
was outside our tents, one of my brave pals got out of his tent and had a look around and while he was up I asked for a pack of smokes, my pals
realised my ruse and entered my tent and duffed me up.
About an hour or so later my GF woke me up saying "someone IS outside" so thinking It was my pals getting me back I shouted out "I know it is one of
you" but each one answered from their tent "nope not us" so I grabbed my torch and left the tent.
It was pitch black and I heard something make a run for it as I left the tent and scanned the treeline with my torch, as the beam went to the left to
right it passed a shadow human shaped but its eyes reflected like a cats but red, I shone my torch at it and saw a humanoid figure run through the
woods but on all fours.
I screamed and told my mates and GF but they thought I was again taking the micky.
I still have this image in my mind and it was a werewolf.
Oh and that pub was exactly like the slaughtered lamb from this movie.
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When my torch first hit the creature It was on two legs but then when my torch went back to it it was on all fours running away through the trees.
Maybe it was the high pitched scream I let free which frightened it I dunno but It was right outsside my tent at one point.
Werewolves are naturally aggressive and have been known to chase down person. So like @JayinAR said, it kinda hard to imagine the werewolf running
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it quite depends. We may never know. People in Wisconsin say The werewolf's try to avoid them wile the ones in Europe attacks people Wheel the
majority of the attacks can be explained, and some don't. I truly believe in Werewolfs due to personal experiences, but this is way to bizarre booth
logical and scientific.
To a human turn into a wolf-sapiens hybrid it would require a massive change in the organism in a short amount of time. Unless we are talking black
magic or devil like #, it's physically impossible. i would really like to know how these people turn into wolves in the full moon.
We know that in the full moon, people try goes 25% more aggressive. This is called Lunar Influence. Connections?
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