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'Beast of Bray Road' mystery still endures in Southern Wisconsin

By T.K. Randall
May 21, 2023 · Comment icon 40 comments

Is the Beast of Bray Road a real creature ? Image Credit: Facebook / Zeppet Workshop
A large bipedal wolf-like creature has reportedly been sighted in and around Walworth County for years.
Pretty much everyone has heard of Bigfoot, Chupacabra and the Loch Ness Monster, but in Wisconsin there exists a much more obscure cryptozoological enigma that you may have never heard of at all.

Known as the Beast of Bray Road, this peculiar denizen has been described as a large bipedal werewolf that is said to roam the wilds of Walworth County.

While no definitive evidence of its existence has ever been found, there are various witness testimonies and some researchers even claim to have found the beast's footprints.

A local news report detailing the legend can be viewed below.

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Comment icon #31 Posted by Abramelin 7 days ago
Not so much liars, but people believing, people convinced of the truth of what they experienced to be paranormal. Let's say 70% liars, 29% believers, 1% very maybe paranormal.
Comment icon #32 Posted by papageorge1 7 days ago
70% liars? Sure about that? You must have met a different version of humanity than me. Or just perhaps you are using that figure to help some anti-paranormal argument and can't really believe it yourself?? And for the 29% believers you are saying they believe but are wrong about it being paranormal 100% of the time (not even right 50% or 10% of the time.). I'll stay with my more believable numbers. You can carry on with your numbers.
Comment icon #33 Posted by Abramelin 7 days ago
Good luck.
Comment icon #34 Posted by Abramelin 7 days ago
I met that part of humanity that wants their 15 minutes of fame.
Comment icon #35 Posted by papageorge1 7 days ago
And I see more ridicule than fame for these sharers of stories. 'Just don't bother to go public' is probably a quite common attitude too.
Comment icon #36 Posted by Piney 6 days ago
People create their own realities based on their spiritual and educational upbringing and personal experiences.† I see George as the Evangelical Christian Bible literalist of woo and it's obvious he doesn't get out much.† †
Comment icon #37 Posted by papageorge1 6 days ago
I happen to think George is a rationalist that follows the best evidence and argumentation. That has brought him into a different place than his†spiritual and educational upbringing. His opinion of Piney is that he is into excessive cultural separateness and resentment towards the mainstream.
Comment icon #38 Posted by Piney 6 days ago
I'm married to a White Presbyterian so there isn't that much separateness or resentment.
Comment icon #39 Posted by papageorge1 6 days ago
Itís obvious when you address me. Spend some of that good will you have on others like the good Papa. woo? Derogatory word there!† † Doesnít get out much?????
Comment icon #40 Posted by Piney 6 days ago

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