Do Werewolves Exist In The Midwest?
Many of us who live in the Midwest have been hearing stories about werewolves in the Midwest. From the Ohio area to Upper Minnesota. Most frequently the stories and sightings have come from places located near the Minnesota area. Even some of the Pottawatomie Indians in the area say that these stories are far older than the fairy tales that we’ve grown up with. Could there be werewolves in the Midwest or even just werewolves somewhere in the world?
We’ve all grown up with stories and legends of Werewolves and creatures similar to them. We’ve seen them in horror movies, video games, and even children’s movies. We’re conditioned to think that they are mere stories of our imagination and nothing more. However, could there be some truth behind the legends, some people have claimed to have had close encounters with these creatures.
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The legends stem back centuries, various cultures and people have talked about them for centures. They’ve become the creatures that are the opposite of vampires and have become nothing more than a story or a fictional creature in a movie. We’re not talking pretty boy werewolves like in the movie Twilight, we’re talking about half men half wolves that roam around the countryside during the full moon.
If there were werewolves, would they even make their appearance known to us? Probably not… So in our opinion, it could very well be possible that they’re out there, and if they are they’ve been around far longer than we think, so wouldn’t that make them far smarter than your average person?
What is know that various people have claimed to have seen these creatures, whether or not it’s a real werewolf or some mutated creature that hides within the woods and only comes out at night is anyone’s guess. Could there be a shapeshifter somewhere out there that none of us know about?
Once again it’s a possibility….
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They are up in Wexford county in northern Michigan
and others but Wexford is a hotbed of activity, they call him the Michigan Dogman. In Wisconsin he is known as The Beast of Bray road.
Have you ever heard of any in Iowa?