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Further Sighting Of Mysterious Cannock Chase Wolf


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#1 NiftyWolfie

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 12:25 pm

Sighting of a wolf-like creature over Cannock Chase have continued to flood in, with eyewitnesses claiming to have seen the fabled beast near to Huntington woodland.
Readers say they have spied a creature they believed to be a wolf near woodland off the Stafford Road.
The sightings follow a raft of eyewitness reports claiming to have seen the creature in undergrowth near Pottal Pool.
“I was walking my dog near to Broadhurst Green and I believe I saw something that could be described as a wolf,” resident Mark Sutton said.
“It was not a panther and it was too large to be a dog. It was walking through the bushes without a care in the world.
“It was about 50 metres away from us, but it didn’t seem fussed.
“It disappeared back into the Chase. I’m sure a lot of other people would have seen it. It wasn’t trying to stay hidden.”
Over the past 20 years, many people have claimed to have seen a big cat prowling Cannock Chase, fuelling speculation a panther roams the area.
But the recent sightings seem to suggest the fabled Chase Panther could belong to the wolf-family.
Last week resident Peter Derbyshire also said he saw a wolf-like creature while driving near Pottal Pool.
“I was driving through the trees in the direction of Stafford when I saw something dark moving amongst the bushes on the right hand side of the car,” he said.
“I slowed down to get a better look. It was probably about 80 metres away. It was aware I had slowed down, but did not seem too fussed. It disappeared into the bushes and I lost sight of it.
“It was definitely not a cat, it had more of a dog’s characteristics. It had a long nose and sharp, pointy ears.”


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This I find hard to believe, an actual wolf on the chase seems weird I'm sure it would be more common to see this creature as it would be trying to keep other dogs out of its territory. This article is from 10-02-2010, so it was winter time when it was seen


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