REAL WEREWOLF CASES

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These encounters are real werewolf's documented by reliable witnesses such as police officers. Proof that they are dual entity a human and animal animal coexisting in one being.

Submitted: November 23, 2016

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LONDON OHIO WEREWOLF CASE
 
While “Paranormal Witness“ spends most of its time exploring hauntings and ghost encounters, the show took a very different path with its latest installment. Keith Williams lived in a cabin out in the woods of London, Ohio. It was a typical and peaceful small town, except for the glowing eyes Keith’s wife kept seeing outside of their windows.
 
Things took a dramatic turn when Keith got up early one morning. In the rear view of his car, he saw the same eyes his wife had been seeing every few months. When he got out, he saw tracks on the roof of his house, and then on the ground.
 
“Whatever jumped off the back of my house landed 20 feet out in the middle of my yard. Nothing can do that,” he said.
 
Nothing, except perhaps a werewolf? He tracked the footprints to another cabin, owned by a man named George. Only when police went inside this cabin, there was nothing in there save for steel walls and chains for restraining some kind of creature.
 
After George died, Keith and his wife never again saw those eyes.
 
 
Our first segment is named The Cabin.  It takes place in London, Ohio in the early eighties.  Keith, Diane and their young daughter Raven move into a remote house in the woods.  Diane and Raven are alone for at least 12 hours a day while Keith brings home the bacon, and money.  I know, bad joke.  Diane begins seeing yellow eyes staring back at her through the windows of their home.  She knows it isn’t a normal animal because the eyes are level with hers.  She tells Keith and of course…HE DOESN’T BELIEVE HER!  Shocker!
 
Things die down for a bit.  One month later Diane sees the eyes again.  She decides to turn all the lights off to level the playing field so to speak, is she nuts?!  That lady’s got balls!  She sees the eyes staring intently at her and calls the police.  They arrive and search the yard, Keith arrives shortly after.  The police tell Keith he may be dealing with NWS (Nervous Wife Syndrome).  Typical.
 
Four months later, at the end of November, Keith decides to make a donut run during the first big storm of the season.  I’m serious folks!  That’s the first thing I think of when it’s snowing hard.  Donuts!  Anyhoo…as Keith backs out he sees a set of glowing eyes in his rearview mirror.  He jumps out and sees a set of tracks going over the roof.  Totally freaked, he calls his friend Dennis to come look at the tracks with him.
 
The tracks are around fourteen inches in length and appear to have claws.  They follow the tracks for over two miles and come to a clearing where there is a tiny cabin.  The tracks lead right to the door of the cabin.  After pounding on the door and yelling a few expletives they decide to hide their guns and call Dennis’ dad to pick them up.  Daddy knows who owns the cabin.  A mysterious man named George who works at the local tire store.  Keith and David decide to take a tire to said store and the manager rolls the tire towards the back.  A very lanky man comes forward to pick it up and slowly lifts his head to look at the men.  As their eyes lock they see his hypnotizing golden eyes.  Instead of bringing the fixed tire back up George simply rolls the tire back out so the men don’t get a chance to look at him again.
 
 
Poor misunderstood werewolf George.
The segment ends with Dennis and Keith finding out that George has died.  They trek, along with a deputy, to the cabin.  There are no personal effects to be found.  The only thing of interest is a room that is covered in plated steel and features shackles.  There are hundreds of claw marks on the walls.  All three of the men think, but don’t say, that George may have been a werewolf.  The only thing George left behind was a jar full of silver dollars and he was buried in an unmarked grave in London, Ohio.  Rest in peace George.  
 
 
 
 
WEREWOLVES IN OHIO?
Werewolves in Ohio
Are there really werewolves in Ohio?
Ohio may not have the long and storied history of werewolf/Dogman sightings that have plagued nearby states like Michigan and Wisconsin for example, but she has had her fair share. There are several werewolf-related urban legends in the Buckeye state. Are the stories real, or just the overactive imaginations of a few bored or frightened individuals? Who's to say for certain? But here are a few of the stories so you can decide for yourself...
Eagle Creek, OH
 
Many Native American tribes have stories about skin walkers - tribesmen who believed they could transform themselves into a wolf by putting on a wolf’s skin, like a garment. But there may have also been a tribe in the Ohio Valley that actually worshiped the werewolf.
 
In the spring of 1950, archeologists discovered the remains of an Adena man who had apparently had his four front teeth removed, while the remaining teeth were still in perfect condition. However, found with the man’s skeletal remains was part of a wolf’s jaw that had been carved from the actual skull of a wolf. The piece fit perfectly into the space where the prehistoric Indian’s missing teeth should have been. When placed there, the image that emerged was a terrifying one with a full set of wolf fangs protruding from the prehistoric man’s mouth! 
 
What was the purpose of this practice? An artifact identical to the carved wolf jaw had been found nearly ten years prior at another dig, and archeologists conjectured then that the item had been a significant component to some ancient Adena religious ceremony, but to what end? A special wolf cult among the Adena people? An entire tribe that worshiped the werewolf, and were led in ceremonies by their fang-wielding priests? 
The Werewolf Book: The Encyclopedia of Shape-Shifting Beings By Brad Steiger
 
Defiance, OH
 
The sighting of a creature that has come to be known as the “Wolfman of Defiance” is a popular legend in Ohio.  The sightings, and related events were documented by local newspapers in Defiance and Toledo, Ohio in August of 1972.
 
According to the news reports, there were at least three separate incidents of townspeople being attacked in the early morning hours, between 1:00am and 4:30am.  What made these incidents particularly curious is that the assailant was described to police - by no fewer than three different people - as someone with “some kind of an animal head.” With this information, local police began searching for what was reported to them as "a wolfman.”  Police Chief at the time, Donald Breckler, was quoted as saying, “We didn’t release it [to the news media] when we got the first report about a week ago. But now we’re taking it seriously. We’re concerned for the safety of our people.”
 
Despite a serious police investigation, the sightings continued with several people calling in over the course of several weeks and describing either "a wolfman” or a “very hairy” creature. Some even described it as “a beast.”  One witness claimed the creature had long fangs.  
 
Over the years, there has been much speculation as to what exactly the creature was.  Many of the eyewitnesses insist that the creature was a werewolf – describing a beast that was clearly not human and somewhat aggressive.  Police at the time however took a more practical approach and speculated the attacks and the sightings were most likely a local townsperson wearing an animal mask. The witnesses however disagree and insist that the creature even had hairy feet, and stood 6 - 8 feet tall. The sightings persisted, and police continued their investigation, but the creature was never caught and the case was eventually closed.
http://ilovewerewolves.com/unsolved-mystery-wolfman-attacks-defiance-ohio/
http://www.werewolfpage.com/myths/Defiance%20.htm
Delphos, OH
 
Rumor has it that the now Resurection Cemetery in Delphos, Ohio was once the stomping ground for real life werewolves. This was back during the Great Black Swamp Days.  Kurt Gorden who is a resident of Delphos, claims “When I was a kid, we used to have church campouts along the Auglaize River next to the cemetery, and the priest would tell some pretty wild stories about werewolves in the area.” As the story goes, werewolves were frequently spotted along the Auglaize River near the cemetery.  http://www.cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/werewolf/ 
http://sos-paranormalinvestigations.weebly.com/creatures-of-ohio.html
London, OH
 
Reportedly, in London, Ohio between 1981 and 1982, Keith and Diane Williams moved into a new home with their four-year-old daughter, Raven. The new home was in a wooded area of town, and while Keith worked and attended night school, Diane spent nights at home alone with the little girl.
 
One night, Diane heard noises outside the house, but when she looked out she didn’t see anything, so she dismissed the incident. Then, as she was washing the dishes, she saw a pair of eyes in the darkness outside the kitchen window. She told herself that it must have been a stray dog. But when she completed her task and moved to another room of the house, she saw the eyes again, as if the owner of those eyes had followed her. And she realized that it couldn’t have been a dog because the eyes had been at her eye level! Sufficiently spooked, she quickly closed the drapes as her husband arrived home.
 
After she told her husband what happened, Keith investigated the yard but found no signs of anything out of the ordinary, and he attributed the strange tale to Diane’s nerves. But Diane continued to see the eerie eyes outside their windows many times.
 
Several months later, Keith finally had his first encounter when he woke early one morning and decided to run to the store to buy donuts for breakfast. When he got into the car and looked into the rearview mirror, there were the eyes staring back at him! 
http://www.examiner.com/article/paranormal-witness-uncovers-signs-of-werewolf-the-cabin
Niles, OH
 
In the late 1980s in Niles, Ohio, there were two reported sightings by two young boys. The incidents are non-related but very similar.
 
In the first sighting, a young boy and his friend, both around 12 years of age, were playing in a field near the boy’s home as the day is growing dark. In the field at the time, there was a thin line of trees and brush separating the field from the railroad tracks. The boy kicked an old decaying tree stump and his foot got caught in it momentarily. When he pulled his foot free, he and his friend suddenly heard a loud rustling from the brush and they looked up to see a figure running toward them from the trees. The figure was running on two legs coming straight at them. The boys took off running toward the house.
 
In the second sighting, a different boy saw a similar sight a few years later. The teenager was in the woods on the opposite side of town when he spotted a dark figure slowly trailing him. The figure moved from tree to tree, peeking out to watch the boy as he followed him. When the creature appeared to notice that the boy was aware of him, it began to run toward him. The boy took off running home.
http://paranormal.about.com/od/werewolves/a/tales_10_08_17t.htm
 
Central Ohio (near columbus)
 
On August 27, 2005, a truck driver identifying himself only as Scott called into the Coast to Coast radio show and told host, Ian Punnett, of his strange werewolf sighting. Scott said that while driving his rig one night, his truck's headlights illuminated something chilling. What he saw appeared to be some kind of large beast crouched on the side of the road and eating a deer. He described it as looking like a cross between "an ape with a dog's head" and the werewolf creature from the horror film Van Helsing.  
http://paranormal.about.com/od/othercreatures/a/aa100305.htm
Middlefield, OH
 
In May of 2006, a witness named Joe reported seeing a very large creature in Middlefield, Ohio, while on his way home from work one night. The area in question is, as Joe put it, “out in the sticks,” isolated and wooded. While on his way home, his high beams illuminated the creature near the side of the road. According to the witness, the animal was on all fours at the time, but had to be at least six feet long from head to rump, not including its very bushy tail. He claimed the creature was silvery gray in color and made no threatening move toward him or his car. But he said the creature’s eyes appeared to “look inside” him.
http://www.beastofbrayroad.com/sightingslog2.html
Norton, Oh
 
There's more. Even as recently as fall 2013, in northeastern Ohio (Hmm, up near the fictional Lunar Falls region of the state), in a town called Norton, there are tales of sightings involving multiple creatures. Sightings so chilling they even had the local wildlife running scared. You can read about it here:
http://whofortedblog.com/2014/12/08/forted-exclusive-silver-creek-wolfmen/
Links
 
REAL WEREWOLF CASE 
 
? http://mobwives.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/paranormal-witness-cabin-ep-recap-210.html
? http://www.trulydisturbing.com/2012/10/12/paranormal-witness-recap-double-header/
? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/12/paranormal-witness-werewolf-video_n_1960249.html


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