Films: The Beast of Bray Road (2005)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: There are tales of monsters living in the real world, waiting to stalk us and yet staying out of sight all of the time. We know them as cryptids, and they've kept to themselves for years. And then they don't...
History: Long ago in Walworth County, Wisconsin, Kelly was inflicted with the werewolf curse after an incident on Bray Road. At first, she was terrified at the new power she wielded, but over time, she came to control it and relish in the bloodshed. As the beast of Bray Road, she prowls the night looking for humans to eviscerate and eat.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After being outed as the werewolf, Kelly assaults her aggressors, but gets dowsed in gasoline in the process of mauling one. She is soon set on fire, but even after getting her skin burned off, her shambling living corpse gets blasted by a shotgun, ending her life.
Powers/Abilities: An insane level of resilience and/or tenacity even at death's door.
Weakness: Enough damage to the heart will kill her.
Scariness Factor: 4-As with most practical werewolves, the savagery and horror of it all is on full display. The stock roars are a bit distracting, but how many werewolves do you know that can be bloody messes and still try and kill you?! Not many, we say.
Trivia: -The Beast of Bray Road has been sighted all across southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois, and is often described as either wolf-like or bear-like. Many have speculated that it's just a bear with mange, or simply mass hysteria.
-The beast is often thought to actually be the Waheela, a Canadian wolf cryptid said to resemble a prehistoric bear-dog, and travel in small groups.