New York police continue to deny the existence of a werewolf in Central Park, but our Cool Ghoul Gazette reporter, Nick Caden, recently posted the following update on our internal server.
Fact: On __________ 22, 2016, Candie ______________, age 32 and an avid jogger, was discovered dead along a walking trail in Central Park, her throat ripped open in a manner that suggest some sort of animal attack. Investigators found wolf tracks in the adjacent snow but the New York Medical Examiner ruled her death a homicide.
Fact: On _____________March 23, 2016, having traveled the Appalachian Trail from its starting point in Georgia, Bob _________ exited the trail at White Mountain Shelter. He hitched a ride to Peeksville, across the Hudson River, and caught a southbound commuter train to Manhattan. Witnesses later recalled seeing the hiker by the Bethesda Fountain taking pictures of couples rowing on the lake. Though camping is technically illegal in the park without permission (you have to win some kind of camping lottery), _______ defied authorities and pitched his tent in an area known as The Ravine. That evening he vanished leaving behind his backpack and sleeping bag¾both smeared with blood. Authorities continue to list _________ as a missing person. As in the case with the jogger,investigatorsfound large wolf tracks around Kincaid’s campsite.
More on this developing story as we receive updates.