People will tell you that there are no such things as vampires, werewolfs, and zombies. People will give you their opinion on anything if you let them. But in the end, everything boils down to cold hard facts. That’s why I like to find the hard facts and show them to people.
I am convinced that there are “vampire cats” on the loose. I started researching articles from around the world to support this theory, and I found many interesting stories that all sound like they may have a similar attacker. My fascination with “vampire cats” all started when I stumbled across this 3 month old article.
This article stated that a man named Jason Anderson was killed and found drained of blood. There were two holes in his right shoulder, and his clothes were slightly torn. Jason was on his way home from a case that he’d won, and convicted a man of “Fleeing and Eluding”. He was walking to his apartment when he was attacked. I decided to pay a visit to some of Jason’s neighbors. Two neighbors reported hearing strange “meow like shrieks”, but they assumed it was just some of the stray cats commonly found in the area. The third neighbor went off on some rant about the government spying on him, and how he boards up his windows every night. From running internet searches on Jason Anderson I learned that he was not well liked. He was a state attorney from New Jersey, and rather lazy at his job. Most people found him rude and uncaring. He didn’t seem to have anyone out to get him, but he also didn’t seem to have anyone that liked him.
The second article I came across, I found on the internet. The article was about an army sergeant stationed in Texas. He went by the name Joseph Woodard. After some brief witness phone calls, I found out that Woodard was on patrol guarding the base perimeter. Someone in his squad heard strange noises coming from behind a bush, so Woodard went to check it out. As he approached the bush something small leaped out and bit him in the ear. Woodard yelped in pain as the thing bit him again in the throat. By the time the squad made it to Woodard’s side, the thing was gone, and Woodard was dead. I looked at Woodard’s “facebook” and “myspace” accounts and found nothing of interest. I only found a bunch of nasty comments from women, saying what a pig Woodard was, and how much they hated him.
This next article I found was in Japanese, and was very detailed. An American boy by the name Joey Gibsan was in Japan visiting family. He went out to pick up some dinner and never returned. The article describes him as later being found washed up on a river bank, with multiple holes all around the neck area. Joey’s appearance was said to be flush and slightly swollen. With some deeper digging I found out that Joey had several animal allergies, including cats.
The fourth attack I read about was on a Police officer who went by the name Jerry Hobkins. He was renowned all over Georgia for his high speed pursuits, and how he always caught people. He was sitting in his cop car outside of a donut shop looking through a playboy magazine. A witness reports hearing meowing sounds from behind the restaurant, about 10 minutes later two gunshots were heard followed by a police siren. Hobkin’s was found dead with two holes in his forehead and two more on his left hand. Animal hair was found on his clothing, and the funny thing is, is that Hobkin’s didn’t own any pets.
All of these articles point to one obvious conclusion. There are vampire cats, and for some reason they all like eating despicable people. I will be sharing on this topic and more in my next journal entree.