Teenage Werewolf Admits To Dog Decapitation

February 9, 2010

Texas (ChattahBox) – A self-professed ‘werewolf’ has been arrested after decapitating a dog in her kitchen and posting the photos online.

Sarah Rodriguez, who calls herself Wolfie Blackheart, is an 18-year-old who claims she embodies the spirit of a wolf within her body.

Her Myspace page, which has been hacked since her arrest and changed, said in her About Me section:

“My REAL NAME is WOLFIE BLACKHEART! (so don’t bother asking “is that your real name?”) I’m a Therianthrope. For those of you who don’t know what that is, I’m a REAL Werewolf . This body was born on August 5, 1991. So its been here for 18 years. I have natural blue/grey eyes and my natural fur color is a mixture of hairs that are so blonde they look white to hairs that are so dark brown they’re considered black. I weigh 102lbs and I stand 5ft 2in tall. I’m highly into the B.D.S.M Lifestyle. I can be either dominate or submissive depending on who my partner is. “

But her obsession went a step further after she decapitated a dog that had been missing since January 5th in her kitchen, and then posted the photos online.

While she claims that the dog was dead already when she cut off the head, there are rumors that she and two unknown friends killed the dog and cut off his head.

When the pictures were posted on an online message and image board it quickly sparked a number of troll attacks, hacks, and file sharing.

The word eventually got to authorities, who went to her home and searched her room.

“When they saw her room, they had to call every single cop to her room,” her mother, who lives in the home with her daughter, said.

“The spots on the wall, they thought it was blood. It’s catsup. The kids had a fight. They’re teenagers.”

Rodriguez claims to do these decapitation regularly, boiling the head and putting the bones into jars.



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