WMTV News writes “There are many urban legends and mythological creatures that have captured the imaginations of people all over the world. Of course, there’s Bigfoot in the Pacific northwest. The Loch Ness Monster in Scotland, too. But here in southern Wisconsin, the Beast of Bray Road is one spooky tale.
The Beast is a wolf-life mythological creature that has reportedly been roaming around Walworth County for decades. There have been numerous sightings and to this day, people are on the hunt for the beast.
This weekend, there is a “Beast of Bray Road” celebration to update people on the search for the creature.
You can check it out on Saturday, May 20th from 12pm until 1pm at the Elkhorn Community Center.”
Haven’t I been telling you guys basically the same stuff for years? I’m not doing all this writing just to strengthen my thumbs 😂 … that’s just an added bonus 👍🏼👍🏼
I’d be more apt to believe the witness over having any real proof in that cast though, if I’m looking at it right. There’s plenty of large birds in that neck of the woods that could make a track like that such as eagle, turkey, swan, blue heron or sandhill crane.
The way I see it, there just might be a way you could have a shot at capturing a Dog-man or maybe even a Sasquatch, but you’re going to need a few specific things.
First, you’re going to need a trap.
Then you’re going to need to call Janine at headquarters, have her get the keys from Winston so we can get the proton packs out of storage, then call Dr. Peter Venkman and round up the rest of the crew… oh, and make sure to air the tires in the Ectomobile. Once we get him will put him in the containment unit right next to Slimer and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. I’m half joking.
Capture the Dog-Man? Seriously? What, Sasquatch wasn’t difficult enough for ya? I really hope people take me seriously some day😐