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A Wisconsin Man is Missing... Is It the Work of the Beast of Bray Road!?

I just found a very interesting story on the Dogman Field Researchers Organization(DFRO) blog about a man who has gone missing in Wisconsin. The man has not been seen since July 13, 2014 and disappeared in the Kettle Moraine State Forest. The forest is about 15 miles from Bray Road, where the cryptic called the "Beast of Bray Road" is seen. The Beast is usually described as looking like a Dogman or werewolf.



Who knows, maybe the Beast caught the missing man. Or maybe it was a Bigfoot. There have been several Bigfoot sightings in the area as well, and some people think Bigfoot captures people, because many, many people disappear in national parks every year, and are never found. Davis Paulides goes over these disappearances in his Missing 411 books, which are supposed to be really good, but I haven't gotten the chance to read any of them yet.



I wrote a bit about the Beast of Bray Road in my book Cryptid U.S., which I am now finishing up and will hopefully publish soon.









Comments

  1. Possible. Amd indeed plausible.
    We must remember the words of the old timer.esp a comment from John Keel comes to mind when folks bring up so many sightings and such and very little to any hostile actions in some areas and etc.
    When confronted with such comments ...Keel always pointed out this....
    "We always have...need to...remember and consder that we may only be hearing from the luckier folks out there. You know...from the ones that got away...."

    Greetings and had to say awesome place here. Keep up the great work!
    Robbieshaw...fellow Fortean..occult and paranorm crytpid and conspiratorial author/investigator from
    A few miles outside Point Pleasant..Wv: )

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