Nightmare Fuel — Wisconsin Werewolves
by Don Pitsladis
This week’s Nightmare Fuel takes a look at werewolves. We all know the legends, people cursed or blessed with the ability to change into a wolf every full moon. They are portrayed as heroes, villains, victims and heartthrobs in books, television, and movies. What if there is more to them than just what we see and read? What if they, in fact, actually existed?
In 1936, Mark Schackelman was driving on a highway in Wisconsin that ran past a believed Native American burial ground when he saw someone digging and pulled over for a peek. He described what he saw that day as a large man covered in hair with long limbs, opposable thumbs, and a face that was a cross between a dog and ape. This modern day sighting ended up being the first of many in the same general area, with the majority occurring along Bray Road…
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