Aug 11

Cryptozoology: The Beast of Bray Road

The YouTube IF writes “Ryan Tremblay is back with an excellent story. This time he writes about
The legend of the Beast of Bray Road.

Evil fictional werewolves are barking at the moon in the films, “An American Werewolf in London,” and “An American Werewolf in Paris,” but did you know many people believe one is roaming the wilds in real life in the northeastern parts of America? There have been sightings by people who lived to tell the tale of the Beast of Bray Road for many years (and maybe some sightings by those who didn’t live to tell the tale!).

The Beast of Bray Road is a hairy humanoid with canine features that was sighted near the towns of Delavan and Elkhorn in Wisconsin, mainly during the 1990s. It was labelled a Werewolf in local folklore, however, most cryptozoologists have labelled it as a Sasquatch in order to avoid dealing with the scientific absurdities involved with werewolves. However, some people think that it is a cryptid canine instead. Some researchers consider the Beast of Bray Road to be identical to a kind of Wisconsin Bigfoot named the “Bluff Monster” or the “Eddy.” Other names that have been applied to the Beast of Bray Road include the “Bear-Wolf” and the “Indigenous Dogman.”


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