Your quote: The idea of a bipedal werewolf is a relatively new one. In pretty much all of the original folklore werewolves were almost indistinguishable from a normal wolf.
Therefore these alleged bipedal werewolves are not werewolves
This is absoulutley 100% incorrect. I have done alot of research several years ago for a theseis. Most of my research was done at the libraray going through books. You will find alot of older stuff this way that is not on the internet !! Looking at olderr books there are alot of pictures drawn form the 1500 to the 1700's of wolves with hands and standing on just two legs. That is the defintion of being bi-pedal !! There are many pictures of werewolves of old and new with yes them being on four legs with the face of a man, but ther are just as many if not more with wolf like creatures standing on only TWO legs. I came across stories in books that are even found on the internet like the story of Peter Stumpp (Stumpf), The first Known BI-pedal werewolf sighting comes from Germany back in 1589. His story is referred to as "The werewolf of Bedburg". You can even google a search for werewolf images from the 17th century and many of them will be of bipedal werewolves. One of these pitures are a small group of werewolves stnding in front of a wall on TWO legs !!! Bi-pedal!!! So your remark of bi-pedal werwolves being new is way off and incorrect !!!
Here are links that show images from the 1500's through the 1700's
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Posted 14 October 2012 - 10:50 AM
I saw a Bigfoot and Werewolf dancing once. There was a trail camera there but they knocked it over, so I doubt the pictures showed up, and I had my cell phone camera, but the battery was dead. A chance of a lifetime and I blew it.
Firstly the notion that a man/woman can turn into a wolf like creature is laughable but I do believe there is some sort of animal that hasn't been discovered yet that resembles a werewolf
My encounter happened in 1995 I was 9 at the time (Please note that at this stage of my life I hadn't seen a werewolf movie or even heard of one) Me my father mother and my brother where coming from our rural home in Murehwa (Thats in Zimbabwe in Africa) We where driving along a stretch of road around 10p.m when I felt the need to pee my dad pulled over so that I can go. I didn't go far from the car so I started relieving myself a few metres away in some tall grass I saw a head sticking out at me from the top this thing was at least 7ft tall and it just stared at me. I quickly zipped my self up and ran back to the car (a little pee got on to my pants) My dad asked me why I looked spooked but I never said anything to him. Our rural areas are known for strong supernatural occurances I like to hear the stories from our elders but I don't really believe them but some experiances can never be explained
First of all where did you learn to type? Next, you contradict yourself - first you state this sighting was somewhere "cross state" of Florida then at the end you say it was between Alabama and North Florida - make up your mind. Also, the National Forest does not run into the panhandle. If you were "somewhere cross state" I am familiar with that area especially in the center of the state just below Orlando and yes, it is very isolated and wild, It is also very well known for its BEAR population, a member of which is what I believe yoou saw eating the deer. Please, get your story straight and get some sleep, You are giving werewolves a bad name.
Edited by Mooncat1840, 28 January 2013 - 03:27 PM.