New Wisconsin Dogman Encounter
When it comes to cryptids, the second most reported in the U.S. is the dogman, sometimes known as the werewolf. And when you're talking about the dogman, you have to talk about Wisconsin, a state known for its history of dogmen sightings, such as the infamous "Beast of Bray Road". Dogman researcher Vic Cundiff recently posted the following article on the official dogman website. Check it out:
"It was a hot night, and we had our windows down, because the air conditioner wasn’t working. I was driving a large car. A 1998 Cadillac. We had just started down that creepy road, when we noticed something black on the road, about a 1/2 a mile ahead of us. We were driving pretty fast. As we got closer, it appeared to be dark grey in color. It also appeared to have an elongated muzzle. It had its back to us, but it was a little sideways, so we could tell it was eating something in the road. I stopped the car and just kept my foot on the brake. This animal had very wide, muscular shoulders and its fur was longer than a bears. Its ears were pointy, like a German Shepherd's and stood straight up, on top of its head. This animal had hands. It was holding a dead rabbit, I think. I was talking to Amy. I said, "What is that?" I think I was verbalizing every thought that came into my head. I was totally freaked out! The animal noticed us. It started to turn its head. That's when I turned on my headlights. It wasn’t dark yet, but I wanted to see this thing better. It turned and faced my car. The head lights caught its eyes…I couldn’t believe what I was seeing! Its eyes glowed reddish orange in the headlights. I freaked! To me this creature was demonic in nature! Then it stood up straight, on its back legs. As this thing moved, it was jerky, like it wasn’t comfortable in its own skin. It was not natural movement. The animal sprinted at my car. It took at least 6 steps. I gunned my car right at it. I was in a panic! I was terrified! It turned right, still upright, then dropped to all fours. Its legs had an odd bend in them, like backwards knees. I just screamed, "What is that!!!" It ran into the swamp and I got the hell out of there!"
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