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Two Dogman Reports in a Month!

There's a Mysterious Universe article from last month about werewolves. According to the article, there was a sighting in Michigan and another in Texas.

FIRST REPORT

A video was posted by Christine Dela Parker, author of the book 100 Bigfoot Nights. The video was posted on YouTube and she says it shows a dogman, not a bigfoot. You can watch the video here.

SECOND REPORT

A man sent in a picture that showed what he said was a Dogman or a Bigfoot in Texas. He said it was holding a dead animal, possibly a deer or wild boar. You can see the picture by clicking here.

If you looked at the video and picture, what do you think? Dogman? Bigfoot? Hoaxes?

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