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salubrious
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Kome to Macidonia too see the scull fur Helloween!

 

And while you are here, have some nice pumpkin spice coffee.

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Airdale

They've kind of gone down hill since the days of Alexander the Great!

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Thanks, at least now I know the truth.

 

Honestly, we have an amazing variety of specialists here who know a lot about everything.

 

I sincerely appreciate each and every one of you, and I appreciate knowing the truth, sigh, I had hoped for something a little more exotic. 

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frap10

Anyone translate the writing?

 

And no jokes about what the old gypsy woman said in the werewolf movie....

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MarkGlasgow

Anyone translate the writing?

 

And no jokes about what the old gypsy woman said in the werewolf movie....

 

'Attention Danger Werewolf' not too surprisingly.....

 

Timed perfectly for Halloween. Other pictures on the net show that it is very likely a canine jaw with the upper part of the skull added later.

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zman1967

Why would the words be on the inside of the lid.  So the head could read it to itself?

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AaronD
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What's visible of the hardware on the box doesn't exhibit the rust one would expect from burial in moist soil for any length of time, even a year or two. No sign of the chain in either of the photos.

 

That was my first question! Doesn't look like something that's been buried for any period of time let alone slammed with a plow.

The article itself gave what I believe to be the best explanation--a wolf with pagets disease. If it had this it may have beeen quite alarming to see which is why the killer might well have thought it was something dangerous.....not that a normal wolf wouldn't be as well.

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kitakaze

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2014/10/farmer-claims-skull-found-in-chained-box-is-from-a-werewolf/

 

What in the world is that skull? Any primate specialists here?

 

 

I definitely think the skull is from a primate, but I am not very knowledgeable where skulls are concerned. You want to see a crazy skull, look at that of an owl monkey.

 

Sweet mother, come on, people. That is not a skull or bone of any kind. That is comically, obviously a gaffe. The orbital sockets are ridiculously shallow indentations that could not contain functioning eyes. The lower jaw shows no separation or hinging to the cranium. It's a goofy gaffe made by a person with no anatomical knowledge. The writing on the box is Bulgarian and reads...

 

внимание опаÑноÑÑ‚ върколак

 

"ATTENTION DANGER WEREWOLF"

 

Happy Halloween.

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Shelly

that box is mighty new and clean for being dug out of a field by a plow

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chelefoot

I loved the comment that asked why "Attention Danger Werewolf" was on the inside of the box rather than the outside... he said the inside should have read "Too Late Moron".  LOL

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AaronD
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LOL ^


that box is mighty new and clean for being dug out of a field by a plow

Well you know, some of those products Lowes sells now for wood protection could make such a box impervious to decay for long periods of time. Not sure how it escaped plow damage tho--maybe it was a small rototiller ;)

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indiefoot

I was under the impression Werewolves turn back into humans when they expire? :maninlove:

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Guest

I was under the impression Werewolves turn back into humans when they expire? :maninlove:

 

I always thought they were fake.

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