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'Wolf-like' creature terrifies motorists

Posted on Friday, 30 June, 2006 | Comment icon 4 comments


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"The Beast of Cannock Chase is back - and on the hard-shoulder."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Bio-Mage on 30 June, 2006, 12:52
Wow ...how stupid can you get. You see something like a wolf and you automatically cry "monster" as your first guess. Its not like it was a panther with tentacles or freakin 3 heads !!! Lame
Comment icon #2 Posted by SAMURAI-X on 30 June, 2006, 14:46
Wow ...how stupid can you get. You see something like a wolf and you automatically cry "monster" as your first guess. Its not like it was a panther with tentacles or freakin 3 heads !!! Lame I know they said that wolves are extinct in the area but perhaps(here's a shocker) IT WAS A STRAY WOLF OR DOG
Comment icon #3 Posted by Purplos on 30 June, 2006, 15:38
Who in the heck said it was a monster? these people think they've seen a wolf." A wolf is hardly a monster... just not native to the area in the article. Probably a stray dog though.
Comment icon #4 Posted by FireMoon on 1 July, 2006, 2:33
The last wild wolf in Britain was tracked and shot dead in something like 1777... If it was a wolf ,it certainly wasn't an indigenous specimen.. There are plans mooted to re-introduce wolves in parts of Scotland, but Cannock is many many miles from there... One interesting point about Cannock Chase is that, it has it's own micro climate, and is the most dangerous place weather wise in Britain..It might only be 20 miles from the centre of the second largest city in the country but its exposed nature means that it suffers from wild climatic changes in a very short time period.. As such it is act... [More]


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