Fleeting Glimpse

Werewolves are Real and We Have One

October 25, 2017


You think you know what’s real in this world. And you think you know what isn’t.

In six days – on Halloween – your world is about to change.

All of our faithful Fleeting Glimpse readers know who Dr. Jackson Bates is. For those of you who don’t, he’s our primary cryptozoologist. He’s an adventurer and a brilliant scientist, and for the past four years, he has searched the globe looking for scientific evidence of things most of us consider fairy tales.

Until now, he’s had mixed results. He has collected evidence that suggested the existence of many creatures thought to be myth. To date, nobody has been able to disprove his provocative photo of the skunk ape he encountered in southern Florida.

There is a big difference, though, between evidence and proof. While Dr. Bates has found plenty of evidence in his journeys, he’s never found anything that he could confidently call proof.

Until now.

Dr. Bates was recently on assignment in a small town called Carvington. And he almost died there. You see, readers, it was in Carvington that Dr. Bates met something that even he thought only existed in myths and legends.

In Carvington he met, fought, and captured a werewolf.

It sounds silly, doesn’t it? We don’t blame you for being skeptical. It’s easy to speculate on the existence of Bigfoot or Loch Ness or some lost dinosaur.

But a werewolf? An actual supernatural creature? A claim that extreme asks you, our readers, to put reason on a shelf. And that is not something we’re willing to ask of you.

So instead, we’re having a press conference. Appropriately, the next full moon is on Halloween. That night, at dusk, we’re going to change the world forever.

And you are invited. This issue of Fleeting Glimpse is your ticket. The conference is going to be held at Yankee Stadium at 9:00pm, Eastern Time. We will be filming the event, so if you can’t make it to New York, we’re quite sure you’ll see it on TV.

We’ve spared no expense because this, dear readers, is real.

Dr. Bates has already received phone calls and emails from what he believes to be other werewolves, warning him to abandon this plan.

He has chosen to ignore their warnings. As human beings, we have a right to know what is out there, so we can protect ourselves.

Over the centuries, how many unexplained disappearances were the result of these things? And if werewolves are real, what else is roaming the night?

These are very big questions, and after this Halloween, we’ll be taking these questions far more seriously.

So join us.

October 31.

And witness the event that will change our lives.


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