|Posted by Szayel on August 5, 2011 at 1:10 PM|
I know I haven't wrote a blog in a long time,I have been so busy lately. Now I have a very free schedule ,currently, so I will make up for it with some interesting new blogs.Okay here we go. But first I would like to applaud our amazing mod, Kumutamos!
But seriously, thank you. So Kumutamos told me about this VERY interesting yahoo article.
Apparently in the article, a pack of wild, unidentified, "dogs" killed more than 100 goats and animals.But does this sound familiar? that's because there was ANOTHER incident with a werewolf hunter in Washington (http://ilovewerewolves.com/werewolf-hunter-Washington/) about a year ago. I actually went there earlier this year and howled.....And got some responses. Anyway, heres the kicker. They dogs were reported to hunt AT NIGHT. The were very few sighting during the day. Weird huh? The police also stated that it was close to IMPOSSIBLE to catch the pack, and that they were afraid for the kids safety. But somehow, while these wild dogs killed a -350 llama- they managed to not hurt any people(including kids), while also staying unseen. Now on to the argument.
From a werewolf point of view.
If these were regular dogs, how come the POLICE can't catch a couple of "dogs". Right? Not to mention how "They are doing it to be cruel, they're bloodthirsty,". Its clear here that this could be a case of newly shifters, and in their excitement were going on a killing spree. The article also stats that the dogs could be going back to their owners, and thats how they are avoiding getting caught. But if that was true, wouldn't the owners notice SOMETHING? Like blood on their dogs muzzle or something? And just LOOK at the photo on the article, that could be a wolf. Now remember that guy that was swinging a sword on a bridge claiming he was a werewolf hunter? Maybe he saw these "dogs" and it drove him mad.What kind of dogs kill goats? Seems like a suitable prey for a wolf..... And the article mentions the breeds are unknown.... Case closed.
From a skeptical view
This is definitely just a case of wild dogs, nothing more. Do you know how hard it is to track down some dogs? And in Washington? Not easy, and just because they took down the llama doesn't mean they are werewolves, maybe they caught the llama while it was off-guard or something. The owners probably didn't notice the dogs were slipping out, and/or were afraid to speak up about it. Who do YOU think is going to have to pay for those animals? I thought so. As for the werewolf hunter, he was clearly insane. He was waving a SWORD around Washington? Like that would kill a bunch of werewolves. He also said that he hunts C.H.U.D s.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C.H.U.D.) I don't think so, case closed.
So what are YOUR opinions on this article? Skeptical or not? post your comments below.
-More articles soon! Szayel-