Werewolf Spotted In England, Residents Plan To Hunt 8-Foot-Tall Fanged Beast With Cameras

Coburn Palmer

Residents of a remote English city have reported seeing an eight-foot-tall half-man-half-beast creature stalking their town, and now they're planning to hunt the werewolf animal with cameras on the next full moon.

Seven different eyewitnesses have come forward saying they've spotted the tall, fanged, hairy creature lurking about the abandoned industrial area outside the English city of Hull.

A woman first saw the weird creature before Christmas near an irrigation canal that runs through the countryside; she claims it changed it front of her from man to wolf, according to the Express.

"It was stood upright one moment. The next it was down on all fours running like a dog. I was terrified. It bounded along on all fours, then stopped and reared up on to its back legs, before running down the embankment towards the water. It vaulted 30ft over to the other side and vanished up the embankment and over a wall into some allotments."

Another couple stumbled on the creature eating something furry while driving through the woods. When they described it to police they explained it had large eyes, big ears, a long nose, full teeth and hair covering its entire body.

Witnesses describe the creature as tall and hairy with the upper body of a wolf similar to the creatures commonly pictured in Hollywood werewolf movies.

The werewolf creature has been linked to the mysterious Wold Newton Triangle, an area of the woods linked with mysterious paranormal activity.

Author Charles Christian, who wrote A Travel Guide To Yorkshire's Weird Wolds, told the Daily Mail, "It was known for the wolves to dig up the corpses from graveyards. From that sprung the idea that they are supernatural beings, who took the form of werewolves."

The werewolf legend continued into modern times amid today's busy lifestyle powered by electricity and noisy gasoline-fueled cars.

"When people would glimpse what they thought was the rear lights of a car in front, it would instead reveal itself to be the red eyes of a wolf.

"When you get multiple sightings combined with a tradition of stories going back centuries it is hard to ignore the possibility something might be there."

Residents have also sought the help of supernatural expert Mike Covell, who told the Express the mysterious, fanged, hairy creature could be the source of the Old Stinker legend.

"No one really knows what to do. You can hardly pop down the local council office or police station and say you'd like to report a werewolf."

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