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Incident Report

Agent/Witness: Pin

Base: Tennessee

Date/Time: May 5, 2005/0-0100 hours

Incident: I live on an old farm and there are many wild animals in the area. Sometime around midnight, I was awakened by the sound of my dog freaking out. I didn't think much of it until I heard a very low pitched bark.

I ran outside to see what was going on. What I saw was a dog-shaped creature about 6 to 8 feet tall. It was on all fours and when I came out it leaned and stretched its front feet up the back of a parked semi-trailer. It was big even compared to the semi. While I was standing there, it let out another low-pitched bark that rattled the windows in my house. I was thinking it could be a werewolf but I don't want to say for sure until my team and I have a chance to investigate further. It could be some kind of bear but we haven't had a bear around here in decades.

After whispering a few four-letter words to myself, I went back inside with my dog. I wasn't prepared for something of this creature's unusual size. If anyone is in the area has experienced a similar incident, please contact us at our site. The address is: www.vangaurdknights.bravehost.com.

We will keep you posted on how this case goes.

-Pin (Knights team leader)
(Tennessee H.U.R.T.)

Comments from Dr. Pecos: The first thing I would do is try to get some tracks. I know that bears are often mistaken for werewolves, especially when their fur is matted down. Werewolf tracks resemble those of an oversized wolf, with four toes and a triangular shaped pad. Bear tracks have a wide, narrow pad and five toes.

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