Lake Geneva resident claims he noticed werewolf-like creature twice in a single month
By Mike Ramczyk
With coronavirus affecting 1000’s, individuals afraid to go away the home and racial tensions operating excessive in america, tales about werewolves can present fairly the required distraction.
Round right here, the Beast of Bray Street is a well-known legend, recognized for its location on Bray Street, which begins alongside Freeway 11 east of Elkhorn and winds west to Freeway NN and I-43, simply exterior of Elkhorn Space Excessive Faculty.
There’s been a film about this legendary beast, a 7-foot, furry brown large that has frightened locals who’ve claimed they noticed it.
Certainly one of these locals is Lake Geneva resident Ron Rice.
Each as soon as in awhile, Rice travels to the City of Lyons for work, the place he drops off fertilizer at a farm on Freeway 36 simply west of Church Street.
It’s a Burlington handle, and there’s a circle, gravel driveway the place Rice masses up a truck with fertilizer. There are “deep woods,” in accordance with Rice, about 150 ft away from the driveway.
Again in Might, Rice was on a routine drop-off in broad daylight, sitting in his truck.
He seemed into the space, about 150 ft he thinks, and a determine caught his eye.
“This factor was enormous, it was over 7-feet tall,” Rice mentioned. “It was brown and furry with coarse hair. It walked out and picked one thing up, then turned its again towards me and went again into the woods.”
Two weeks later, Rice mentioned, he noticed the beast once more, and once more it walked out of the woods and rapidly returned.
In line with Wikipedia, the beast is a werewolf-like creature, and the creature was first reported in 1936.
A rash of claimed sightings within the late Eighties and early Nineteen Nineties prompted an area newspaper, the Walworth County Week, to assign reporter cowl the story and the lore grew from there.
Southern Lakes Newspapers, the corporate that publishes this web site, final reported on a sighting of the beast in February 2018. Danny Morgan reported seeing the beast about 10 p.m. Jan. 27 within the City of Spring Prairie whereas driving from Lake Geneva to his residence in Menomonee Falls. Morgan additionally supplied a blurry cellphone photograph of the beast that accompanies this story.
To learn the total story on the latest sightings see the July 9 version of the Burlington Normal Press.