Not Your Father’s Werewolf

26 Oct

A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Paranormal Correspondent, Cathy Behnke

Something very scary has been happening at Cape Lawrence. And it may be moving.

One night, the sheriff was called to the scene of a car accident. Apparently the driver had hit some sort of large animal. The front end of the car was badly damaged and covered in blood. The driver was unconscious with deep cuts on his face and neck. In the ambulance he began to rant about a talking wolf attacking him.

Deputies searched the area for the animal. They tracked it into the woods, but lost the trail. They missed the human body a few yards further into the woods. At the hospital, the doctor discovered that the man’s cuts weren’t caused by the accident; they were animal slashes.

As the deputies were driving back to the office, they were stopped by a hysterical woman. She said her car was being followed by a pack of wolves running on their hind legs. They took her to the hospital for evaluation.

The sheriff’s office was overrun with people reporting howling and other strange noises. A few people described large wolf-like animals near their homes. As the days went by, the howling continued. A man’s body was found mauled and half-eaten. People were terrified; they were afraid to leave their homes. The sheriff thought the cause of the disturbance was the new Stephen King movie being shot locally. But one woman knew better. She whispered, “Loup Garou.”

A mysterious man appeared at the hospital saying he was a healer. He asked to lay hands on the accident victim. The doctors allowed it after warning that the man had been restrained because he had tried to bite several staff members. The healer laid his hands on the man and jumped back in terror.

“He has been filled with the werewolf spirit of Loup Garou.” He added, “The spirit travels among unsuspecting people causing them to look like a werewolf and hunt for people to feed on. Loup Garou does not need a full moon to strike and there is no limit to the number of people it can inhabit at any time.

“The spirit has found a home in Cape Lawrence. The only way to be safe is to convince it to move to a new home. You can get it to leave by …..”

That is as much of the story as has survived. So if you find more than the average number of werewolves coming to your door this Halloween, beware. We recommend you put a large bowl on raw meat on the porch, take your family to a safe part of the house, and don’t open the door under any circumstances.



6 Responses to “Not Your Father’s Werewolf”

  1. rgdole 10/26/2013 at 2:34 pm #

    gee… thanks for giving me the willys…

    • grimmreport 10/26/2013 at 2:59 pm #

      We couldn’t resist a little fright, given the season. 😉

  2. Elephant 10/26/2013 at 4:25 pm #

    This was very spooky! I am not going to Cape Lawrence even if it is a made up place (ha ha). Good story!

    I am on the lookout,

  3. Ned's Blog 10/27/2013 at 7:07 pm #

    I’m going with a family-sized Papa Murphy’s Meatlover’s Pizza on the porch. I’m hoping for leftovers.

  4. cat9984 10/28/2013 at 8:34 pm #

    Reblogged this on Adventures in Cheeseland: Working in a Big Box.

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