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There's Convincing Evidence Werewolves Have Been Terrorizing A Small Village In England For Decades

Updated October 11, 2018 316.0k views11 items

Of all the places where there have been werewolf sightings, central England seems like a strange place for there to be a hotbed of paranormal activity, and yet it just may be. Specifically, the werewolves of Cannock Chase have been frightening the bejesus out of locals for over 30 years. There have been dozens of werewolf sightings there, both day and night. In fact, paranormal experts believe that there is proof of werewolves in the woods of the Midlands region. 

It isn't just werewolves that are stalking the trees and cemeteries of Cannock Chase. The area seems to be a some kind of portal to the bizarre and a magnet for the unexplained. In addition to the Cannock Chase werewolf rumors, there are reports of UFOs and ghostly children. There was even a bizarre sighting of a what looked like a medical experiment gone wrong, a being that looked like a pig-man. Perhaps all of these creatures, including the English werewolves, are living together in the forest, but whatever is going on, central England appears to be a spooky place. 

  • Cannock County's Werewolves May Be Somewhat Evolved

    Werewolves and the night go together like Dracula and blood. After all, legend has it a werewolf transitions from man to wolf when the moon is full. However, the Cannock County monster seems to be an exception to this rule. In 2007, a mailman reported to a local ghost hunting club that he had seen the creature. Stranger still, it happened while the postman was delivering the day's mail.

    The letter carrier said that at first he thought nothing of the creature believing it to be a dog. He was surprised when the animal stood up on its hind legs and ran into the woods like a person. Perhaps werewolves have evolved to exist in daylight as well now?

  • The Werewolf May Be The Result Of Sick Experiments, And He May Not Be The Only One

    According to urban myth, after World War II, the governments of England and the United States conducted human experiments similar to the ones the Nazis had undertaken. One such experiment was crossbreeding a human with a pig and, according to the story, it worked. Except he pig-human hybrid escaped and hid in the Cannock Chase woods.

    A witness saw the beast and reported that it was seven feet tall and had the head of a pig including a giant snout. If a pig-man was created, couldn't it stand to reason a wolf-man was also created in these bizarre experiments?

  • The Area Is Also Home To UFO Activity

    Cannock Chase isn't just home to werewolf sightings. The area has all kinds of supernatural activity. In the late 1980's and early '90s the sky was inexplicably dotted with lights that many thought were UFOs. A police officer even reported seeing an object doing seemingly impossible things in the sky before disappearing.

    With both UFO and werewolf sightings in abundance, one has to wonder if there's a correlation. Perhaps an alien being taking on the form of local lore? It might explain the daytime sightings.

  • Werewolves Aren't Even The Most Bizarre Theory For The Area Sightings

    Ouija boards, UFOs, werewolves? It's seems far-fetched so many supernatural things could be happening in one area. At least one scientific-minded local agrees and has a theory to at least explain the possible werewolves. This "paranormal expert" claims the werewolf isn't a werewolf at all. Instead the creature could be a "subterranean stone-age throwback."

    Essentially this person thinks ancient cavemen could have survived for years in the mines of the area and have remained primitive, failing to evolve with the rest of humanity. What's more, the expert claims that there are more than one of the creatures and that there is actually an entire pack of them stalking underground only coming out to eat deer, livestock, and pets.