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By Dick Richards
October 13, 2015 3:45 PM
A string of strange "animal attacks" in the woods outside of Whitebridge, KS had left police puzzled until human bite marks were found on the newest victim.
Nearly everyone of these "animal" attacks attack happened the night of the full moon and at the same location: outside a cabin located just on the outskirts of town. Something strange was found when the Whitebridge Police Department investigated the third and most recent attack, the only one not taking place on the night of a full moon.
"There weren't just animal bites," Officer Harry Philmore said at the scene of the crime. "There were human teeth-marks, too."
When prints of the teeth marks were made, it was unclear where these bites came from, though they were confirmed to be from human teeth.
This is the third Whitebridge Werewolf attack in the last two months and the only one to break the pattern. Police are working to find who the killer is but currently have no leads.
The first victim, a 37-year-old Willow Rogers, was found dead on the property by a Ranger named James Mccoy in the woods near her cabin, torn to shreds by the killer in question.
The second victim, a 16-year-old boy, was found dead at the cabin itself, similarly torn apart.
The latest victim, a 54-year-old teacher at Whitebridge High School named Felicity Duncan, was found yesterday in the woods with the same animal markings as well as human bite marks.
Currently, the killer is yet to be identified and no one has come forward with any information on the case. Police are working hard to find the killer and bring him to justice.