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The Beast of Bray Road

The Beast of Bray Road is an American mystery creature or cryptid (from the Greek word ‘crypto’, meaning ‘hidden’) which, according to sighting reports, has the appearance of a large wolf, dog, or bear with the ability to stand upright on its hind legs like a biped. Often referred to as the American werewolf or Bigfoot as a result, the Beast of Bray Road hails from Elkhorn, Wisconsin. Named after a rural road where the beast was first sighted, it has been described as a hulking hairy creature with the head of a wolf. Its height is purportedly 2–4 feet when on all fours and 7 feet when standing up, weighing between 400 to 700 pounds with brown gray fur. In other words, the creature is canine-lupine which displays human-like bearing and intelligence.   Werewolf? The identification of the Beast of Bray Road as a werewolf reflects the modern day understanding of the term. However, this is perhaps inaccurate because a werewolf has the ability to turn into a human being, something no one has seen the Beast of Bray Road do. The werewolf itself is an ancient concept in human history. Mythologist Robert Graves wrote that werewolves were representatives […]



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