‘Wolfgirl’ Investigated For Severing Dog Head

In light of the just-opened Benicio Del Toro film The Wolf Man, it’s important to realize that we are living among real-life wolf people:

Wolfie Blackheart is not an ordinary 18-year-old. She believes she is a wolf — technically, a werewolf.

And last week, she used a pocketknife in her kitchen to decapitate a dog — already dead, according to Wolfie — that had been missing since Jan. 5. “I severed the head, boiled the head,” Wolfie said. “People make the mistake of hacking the spine, which will fracture the skull…You also have to put (the head) outside for the brains to leak out.”

Wolfie has Tourette’s syndrome, which causes her to yip — a result of head trauma suffered in a car crash about a decade ago, her mother said.

She’s also a member of a wolf pack: “I’m a wolf, and I have a group of other friends who are canines,” she said.

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  • http://www.xenex.org/ xen

    First of all, let us not conflate Tourette's Syndrome with being OtherKin. One of those is a real condition, can you guess which?

    Secondly, the girl needs therapy, not to be indulged and certainly not for her to get so much attention for animal abuse.

    • Tuna Ghost

      agreed, one is a real condition (that I was unaware could result from a car accident) and one is a maladaptive coping device, although it's easy to forgive a teen with Tourette's Syndrome for falling into that…um…well I don't want to cal it a “scene”, but I'm not sure what to call else to call it

  • RONIN

    Ooooh, I like this girl.

  • dumbsaint

    What a Bit.. nah

  • PsyOps

    That's funny, she doesn't look like a werewolf. She doesn't even have a unibrow.

  • Anonymous

    Cool! I wanna be her friend, we can rove the neighborhood howling at the moon and leaking dog brains all over the place.

  • Prairiecactus

    Cool! I wanna be her friend, we can rove the neighborhood howling at the moon and leaking dog brains all over the place.

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