Wolf Girl (True Story)

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Napalm
The Lobo Wolf Girl of Devil's RiverIn May of 1835, the Wolf Girl of Devil's River was born to Mollie Dent, who had gone with her husband to the Beaver Lake area to trap. Mollie was having problems with the birth, so her husband, John Dent, rode to get help from a Mexican-run goat ranch on the Pecos Canyon, but he was struck and killed by lightning before he could return accompanied by the Mexican couple. By the time the Mexicans reached Mollie, she had died, apparently in childbirth. Wolf tracks in the vicinity suggested that the newborn infant had been devoured by the lobo wolves of the area.

Sighted after 10 years
However, in 1845 a boy saw a girl, in the company of a pack of lobo wolves, attacking a herd of goats. Less than a year later, a Mexican woman at San Felipe saw two large wolves and a girl devour a freshly-killed goat. She observed the girl run off — first on all fours, and then on two legs.

Capture… and escape
A hunt was mounted, and after three days the Lobo Girl of Devil's River was caught after fighting wildly to keep her freedom. She was taken to a ranch (really just a two-room hovel) and locked in. Her howling attracted answering cries from wolves far and wide, and a large pack of wolves rushed the corrals, attacking the goats, cows and horses. Shooting started, and in the confusion the girl managed to remove the board nailed over the window and make her escape.

Sighted seven years later
In 1852, a group of frontiersmen surveying a better route to El Paso saw a girl suckling two wolf cubs on a sand bar in the river, who then ran off, carrying the cubs. She would have been 17 in that year; but she was never seen again.

SaTsuJiN
lol.. that story was in this collection of urban legends I read in like 5th grade. smile

DarkCrawler
Originally posted by Napalm
The Lobo Wolf Girl of Devil's RiverIn May of 1835, the Wolf Girl of Devil's River was born to Mollie Dent, who had gone with her husband to the Beaver Lake area to trap. Mollie was having problems with the birth, so her husband, John Dent, rode to get help from a Mexican-run goat ranch on the Pecos Canyon, but he was struck and killed by lightning before he could return accompanied by the Mexican couple. By the time the Mexicans reached Mollie, she had died, apparently in childbirth. Wolf tracks in the vicinity suggested that the newborn infant had been devoured by the lobo wolves of the area.

Sighted after 10 years
However, in 1845 a boy saw a girl, in the company of a pack of lobo wolves, attacking a herd of goats. Less than a year later, a Mexican woman at San Felipe saw two large wolves and a girl devour a freshly-killed goat. She observed the girl run off — first on all fours, and then on two legs.

Capture… and escape
A hunt was mounted, and after three days the Lobo Girl of Devil's River was caught after fighting wildly to keep her freedom. She was taken to a ranch (really just a two-room hovel) and locked in. Her howling attracted answering cries from wolves far and wide, and a large pack of wolves rushed the corrals, attacking the goats, cows and horses. Shooting started, and in the confusion the girl managed to remove the board nailed over the window and make her escape.

Sighted seven years later
In 1852, a group of frontiersmen surveying a better route to El Paso saw a girl suckling two wolf cubs on a sand bar in the river, who then ran off, carrying the cubs. She would have been 17 in that year; but she was never seen again.

I guess you read the feralchildren.com too.

a1hsauce
wats feralchildren

a1hsauce
this isnt true confused

Napalm
Originally posted by DarkCrawler
I guess you read the feralchildren.com too.



I cant beleive a baby was rasised as a wolf that site has some wierd tales

Reborn Again
Originally posted by Napalm
I cant beleive a baby was rasised as a wolf that site has some wierd tales


Ever read ancient Rome mythology about Romulan and Remus? In the story two brothers were raised by a wolf mother when her cubs were killed. In later years these two men then built what would be eventually be Rome, the most powerful nation ever to rise.

SlipknoT
Weird

GCG
^ever since the ancient myth of Romulus and Remus , humanity was fascinated by the ideal of a child being raised by a mammal.



perhaps its a hoax however try watching Wild Child: The Story of Feral Children . A documentary on at least 3 cases

SlipknoT
Yea, i saw that on the Discovery Channel.

Tex
I'd like totally bang wolf girl! smokin'

Ignite
cool!
i wanna be raised by wolves....how fun

SlipknoT
Originally posted by Tex
I'd like totally bang wolf girl! smokin' She'd be a bit to Hairy for me confused

Tex
I'd be like banging a big teddy bear! smokin'

SlipknoT
Thats not really something i want to do...

ragesRemorse
Wow, a wolf girl! thats kind of a turn on.

Imperial_Samura
How odd. But nothing new. And not sure if Wolf Girl would be my type.

ragesRemorse
I think wolf people could be the new "in" thing. just give it a chance. Nothing like hearing a soft purr jonted into a load roar during sex.

SlipknoT
Originally posted by ragesRemorse
I think wolf people could be the new "in" thing. just give it a chance. Nothing like hearing a soft purr jonted into a load roar during sex. I smell a reality show

Imperial_Samura
Oh sweet glaven. Um. Yes, I guess there could be something to wolf people. Wolf people, the hippest thing.

BlackC@t
Originally posted by SlipknoT
She'd be a bit to Hairy for me confused

She wouldn't be hairy. Her biological parents are humans, not wolves.

Cosmic_Beings
Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark 3: More Tales To Chill Your Bones, by Alvin Schwartz, illustrated by Stephen Gammell.

SlipknoT
Originally posted by BlackC@t
She wouldn't be hairy. Her biological parents are humans, not wolves. She still would have never been able to shave ANYTHING, and I dont like finding hair in my taco wink

ragesRemorse
so she isnt a wolf girl, just british?

DEFCON One
^ BAZZINGG!!!

nice burn

Napalm
I bet she likes ruff sex

Thoma5
haha

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