What are some cases of real monsters being found? This list of real life monster attacks highlights what some people THINK is going on in the dark corners of the earth (or in the bright corners of the 7-11 in some cases).
Vampire Causes Car Accident
Though they can change their form to bats, wolves, and even mist, sometimes vampires can just be d*cks.
According to a Colorado woman, she was forced off the road while driving home after she saw a vampire standing in the middle of it. When the police arrived on the scene the offending Nosferatu had vanished. The police do not suspect that any alcohol or drugs were involved, though there was evidence that the woman was not on her prescribed medication.One small boy interviewed by the local news said "I don't believe she saw a vampire," while a local teenage girl added, "That would be cool though. I hope that's the case."
Vampire Mauls Elderly Man
Milton Ellis is an older, wheelchair bound, gentleman living in St. Petersburg, Florida. One day he encountered Josephine Smith, a 22 year-old vagrant, on the streets while going home. The two started talking and seemed to hit it off, so when it started pouring they took shelter together on the porch of a vacant Hooters - classic RomCom faire.
Ellis, being a very old man, fell asleep while waiting for the rain to stop. He awoke suddenly to find Smith on his lap, which would've been awesome in any other occasion. But when he asked what she was doing there, she replied, "I'm a vampire. I am going to eat you." She then proceeded to bite him in various places, including his arm and lips, and broke enough skin that he was left bloody.
Ellis struggled to escape but being in a wheelchair made it difficult to do so. He eventually did, made it to a phone and called the police. He was rushed to the hospital and was treated with stitches.The police found Smith when they arrived at the scene. She was half-naked and covered in blood. According to her, she had no memory of the events. She was arrested and was held on bail for $50,000. Hopefully the bars at the prison have enough silver in them to hold the kind of blood-sucking fiend.
A Werewolf in Texas
Werewolves are known to roam the misty fields on a full moon, looking for prey to feast on, ever-changing and enigmatic. Unfortunately, with deforestation, they are being forced out of their native habitats. In this case, it seems that they have ended up in suburban San Antonio. And, most likely because of their lack of native habitat, they have become very sad, which is the only rational explanation for someone who claims to be an other-worldly badass creature looking like a reject from a My Chemical Romance tryout.A photo surfaced on the internet of a bloody hand holding a decapitated dog's head. It was traced to Sarah "Wolfie Blackheart" Rodriguez, a local "teen wolf." When confronted about the picture she claims that a friend brought their dead dog to her and posted that photo, but she had nothing to do with it (other than holding it, of course). According to Wolfie, she would never hurt another dog, though that doesn't keep her from taking huge knives to school (but still no cell phones allowed?)
A Canadian Zombie Killer in Scotland
Though they are more well known for their werewolves that roam the foggy glens and monsters in lochs, Scotland is not without their undead attacks. In July of 2011, 21 year-old Michael Davis was walking from one job to another when he was attacked by Canadian man, Tianh*i Zhan. Davis was stabbed multiple times by Zhan.
When tried, Zhan was found not guilty by means of insanity when he claimed that he killed Davis because he (Davis) was a zombie. This makes sense, though, because of course he was insane. Every sane person knows that in order to kill a zombie you go for the brain.
The High Court in Glasgow learned that Zhan had a history of mental problems and had been diagnosed in Canada with bipolar disorder with a psychotic feature, according to the BBC. He had stopped taking his anti-psychotic medication when he killed Davis, and he later told a forensic psychiatrist that he saw blood on peoples' faces.
The jury learned that Zhan, who was born in China and lived in Toronto, left Canada last September to travel across Europe. He said that "voices" had urged him to go to Glasgow.(Source)