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Oct 20, 2012
 

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echostar wrote:
I wonder if any Taxidermist would be willing to stuff and mount a dead Werewolf??
The TWRA might have to put a tag limit on "one Lycanthrope" per every 50 year quota.
LOL! When would hunting season be? Full moon only? And you have mating season, or would they call them endangered species?

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Oct 21, 2012
 

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~~~{a fanged frown}~~~ wet werewolves smell bad.

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Oct 21, 2012
 

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Its ok people keep laughing. We will all see someday that the only judge we have is the one above. People are entitled to there own opinions. And opinions are like buttholes EVERBODY HAS GOT ONE.
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Oct 21, 2012
 

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We moved here in 86, I live abt a half mile from the park & constantly hear things that no one, even my friends that hunt couldn't identify. We mounted a motion sensor camera in the back yard, but never caught anything. Not even a deer. So, I'm just left to wonder, but whatever it is, it sounds large. Large enough to resemble a bear in the dark. I wouldn't rule out anything.
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This thread is not a joke.

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Oct 21, 2012
 

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Werewolves have been in legend for centuries & in different countries. Where did the legends begin?
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25yrs wrote:
We moved here in 86, I live abt a half mile from the park & constantly hear things that no one, even my friends that hunt couldn't identify. We mounted a motion sensor camera in the back yard, but never caught anything. Not even a deer. So, I'm just left to wonder, but whatever it is, it sounds large. Large enough to resemble a bear in the dark. I wouldn't rule out anything.
That is interesting. I have lived here for several years and drive PC road quite frequently. This is the first sighting of anything of this nature that I have ever had. I have even camped in the park several times. Like I said, I think creatures of this nature have gotten pretty good at staying out of mans sight. But every now and then they stumble upon us unexpectedly like the encounter I had. What types of noises do you hear? And which direction from the park do you live and hear the noises? I just wonder if it is more toward the lake or back towards town?
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Oct 23, 2012
 

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The only way I could describe the sound in comparison to what common noises resemble it, would be like a large dog sounds after it has run a long distance from a chase. Panting, but very heavy & with a deep, throaty type exhale. It was quite scary. I was sitting on my back porch in the dark & my porch floor is elevated off the ground, accessable from the 2nd floor. This thing sounded like it was right at my feet! That would be like 6+ ft in the air. I was frozen with fear. I didn't want to go in & get a flashlight or anything. I just listened to it & there was no moon that night, so it was pitch black, I couldn't make out any shape at all. I realize that your mind can play tricks on u in the dark, so I tried to be very skeptical, but I'm telling u, it scared the crap out of me. Directionally, its towards Hiawatha. I've never seen anything. Just hear it. Mixed with the coyotes howling, its definately enough to keep me indoors at night now.
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#30
Oct 23, 2012
 
Toward Hiawatha is the direction it ran across the road when chasing the deer.
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#31
Oct 24, 2012
 
It was a coyote chasing deer I seen it several times in that area.They are not a threat to you or anyone.I been hunting in this county for 20 years and some of the coyotes get big as german sheperds.

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Oct 24, 2012
 
I also have hunted a lot in the past and have been deep in the woods long after the Sun has drifted down over the horizon.The dark can sometimes play tricks on your sight and your imagination if you let it.I've also been in the mountains way before Sunrise when it was still dark and heard noises that I couldn't identify as to what animal had made them.It definitely is a different world while it is still dark in the woods, and one can hear the far off yelp of a Coyote, a Owl in the distance, and even an occasional crunch in the leaves as the animals start to move around.
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#33
Oct 24, 2012
 
Dang... I am locking my doors tonight.
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#34
Oct 25, 2012
 
My friend hikes the trails at panther creek. He said noises at dawn are scary in are park. I bet he has seen the coyote, or whatever it is.
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#35
Oct 25, 2012
 
Whatever it was I saw was not a coyote and not a wolf. It was way to big and it was taking gigantic strides on its hind feet. It only took about three strides and it went from one field across the road and into the next field. It was also very unnerving the way it turned its head and looked at me while it was still running straight ahead. It was definitely making it clear that he knew I was there.

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Oct 25, 2012
 
echostar wrote:
I also have hunted a lot in the past and have been deep in the woods long after the Sun has drifted down over the horizon.The dark can sometimes play tricks on your sight and your imagination if you let it.I've also been in the mountains way before Sunrise when it was still dark and heard noises that I couldn't identify as to what animal had made them.It definitely is a different world while it is still dark in the woods, and one can hear the far off yelp of a Coyote, a Owl in the distance, and even an occasional crunch in the leaves as the animals start to move around.
echostar wrote:
It definitely is a different world while it is still dark in the woods, and one can hear the far off yelp of a Coyote, a Owl in the distance, and even an occasional crunch in the leaves as the animals start to move around...
or the scream of someone being attacked by a werewolf.

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Oct 25, 2012
 
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or the scream of someone being attacked by a werewolf.
I guess I would've had an itchy trigger finger if I'd heard someone screaming in the distance and that sound of the Werewolf on the movie "An American Werewolf in London" when it was stalking those two young guys.
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Feb 26, 2013
 
Its two western lowland gorillas. Ones name is Ahote and his brothers name is Adahy. Both was rescued and now live here in east tn with me. They wasnt chasing the deer to harm them, they chase them and run for exercise and fun. The bear sound is probably where they are breathing and they are two fast guys.. both are let loose at night, because there's too many people in the park during the day. Both are harmeless to humans and animals, but neither one like coyotes all that much.. they are whistle and buzzer trained.. no worries hamblen co.
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Feb 27, 2013
 
Owner wrote:
Its two western lowland gorillas. Ones name is Ahote and his brothers name is Adahy. Both was rescued and now live here in east tn with me. They wasnt chasing the deer to harm them, they chase them and run for exercise and fun. The bear sound is probably where they are breathing and they are two fast guys.. both are let loose at night, because there's too many people in the park during the day. Both are harmeless to humans and animals, but neither one like coyotes all that much.. they are whistle and buzzer trained.. no worries hamblen co.
And a tip of the hat to you...
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#40
Feb 27, 2013
 
Wow im in bean station and i just heard a wolf sound. Its near steve brown rd.

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CBH wrote:
Wow im in bean station and i just heard a wolf sound. Its near steve brown rd.
Coyotes are all around this area.I've seen them at dark, early in the morning at Dawn, and late in the evening just before dark.Their howls can almost mimic the howls of a Wolf at times.

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