The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsins Werewolf by Linda S. GodfreyIn the early 1990s people around the small town of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, claimed to see strange, hairy, wolf-headed creatures that sometimes walked upright and seemed not afraid of man. The canid sensation was soon dubbed Beast of Bray Road, after the location of the first reported sightings. Author Linda Godfrey began investigating this story and soon found herself in the middle of a national sensation. Nobody has ever been able to prove whether the beast is a flesh-and-blood werewolf or will-o-the-wisp, demon dog, or noble animal. But the author gives the reader plenty to chew on. Make up your own mind, if you do so at all, only after the marrow has been extracted and well digested.
The Beast Of Bray Road
For the subsequent three decades, the Beast of Bray Road has been the most infamous Wisconsin resident. Days of Horror, Part 2 The incredible story of one of the more bizarre places in America, and the unusual activity County, Wisconsin, the film follows a local sheriff who is finally forced to accept that a string.
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The character is based on an urban legend about a werewolf or bear-like creature reportredly seen in the forests off Bray Road in Elkhorn , Wisconsin during the late s and early s. In the film, the Beast of Bray Road is a werewolf, who is actually a young woman named Kelly. The true identity of the Beast is not revealed until the end of the film. In the beginning of the movie, the Beast claims it's first victim, a young bar patron named Gretchin Willings. The Beast attacks Gretchin in her car out on Bray Road , tearing apart her face and ultimately disembowling her. The beast later attacked the Berka residence and killed the abusive Jack Berka.
People have seen the beast as far away as Illinois. It stands on two legs and can resemble a bear or in some cases, a wolf. It is very large, intelligent, and brown-grey in color. She believes the beast is real, but has never had a firsthand experience with it. This was about We had just moved into a brand new subdivision, and were currenty the only house that was built. Our back yard had a running creek. On the other side of the creek was some brush and a single lane road with an old wooden streetlight that gave off an orange hue about 30 yards or so away.
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