A "Cold Case" Too Old?
Having proven beyond any real doubt just what The Beast of Gevaudan and what the Girt Dog of Ennerdale had been, I tried long and hard to identify or even get additional information on a French case of 1800.
“A Letter from Nantes,dated July 19,says,
“Yesterday evening about eight o’clock,a wild
beast devoured two girls,one about twelve,and
the other seven years of age,the daughters of a
farmer in the Commune of Chevroliere. The
animal immediately after took shelter in the fo-
rest of Faudiere. It appeared to be larger than
a wolf,had a snout about a foot long,and a very
formidable set of teeth.”