During the latter part of the program, researcher Paul Sinclair reported on accounts of a creature known as the Flixton Werewolf (https://truthproof.webs.com/images). "I'm not here tonight to subscribe to the idea of lycanthropy, however, I do believe something exists, something very real otherwise it would not have been reported and come through over a period of hundreds of years," Sinclair said. The village of Flixton is built on an ancient archaeological site, and in the 10th century a refuge was constructed there "to protect travelers from an infestation of savage beasts... lest they be devoured," he explained, adding Flixton was once called Wolf-land.
Sinclair related an account from 1948, when two boys playing on burial mounds near Flixton encountered a creature resembling a dog that was squatting and looking at something in its clawed hands. The beast lifted its head, looked at them, and the boys ran away, he continued, noting the creature did not pursue them. During the 1960s, a farmer from a nearby village was walking along a drainage ditch, opened a gate, and claimed a large clawed hand touched him. "He could see the hand and felt the hand, so there is a physical presence to whatever we're dealing with," Sinclair disclosed. In another account from the same decade, two men traveling by motorcycle happened upon a large, hair-covered creature with red eyes. Again, it did not pursue them, Sinclair pointed out. "I honestly believe that we're seeing a glimpse into some other dimension," he proposed.
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