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Werewolf Hunter in Real Life

If you haven’t heard in the past few weeks, a 35 year-old man was taken in for an evaluation in Bainbridge Island, WA. What’s so special about that, you ask? Well, for starters, he openly admitted to being a werewolf hunter! You read that correctly … the man is a loon … or is he?

I’m willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, to be honest. There’s news and even proof of werewolf sightings and initiations all over the world; why couldn’t there be lycanthropic life here in the states?

If I were to come across this man with serious accusations, here’s a list of things I would like to do with him:

1) For starters, I would ask him where and when he last saw a werewolf.

2) I would like to know the best possible way to capture a werewolf without harming it for educational purposes.

3) He would have to teach me how to make homemade throwing knives and silver bullets … after all, I do have a domestic side. And who doesn’t like to say they can get crafty every now and then?

4) I’d make him pay for an all-inclusive trip to some freaky-ass werewolf country; we’d hunt werewolves all day and night, and then document the trip in order to write a book about our finds once we have returned home safe and sound.

Once again, I believe this man … I’m sure there has to be some truth to what he’s saying, right? After the authorities let him out of his straight jacket, send him to Bryce … I’d like to pick his brain!

Have you ever seen a werewolf or hunter? Share your experience below…

– Bryce

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Bryce • April 15, 2010

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