Danny Morgan, a resident of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, was driving north in the area of Townline Road in Spring Prairie around 10 p.m., Saturday, January 27, returning home after visiting a friend in Lake Geneva. Morgan, 32, admitted to being unfamiliar with the rural Walworth County roads he was traveling and he didn’t know anything about the local lore that goes with the countryside around the Lafayette and Spring Prairie township line. Nevertheless, he became a character in just such a tale, slamming on his brakes to avoid hitting something approaching the road from one of the numerous cornfields that dominate the landscape.
He instinctively snapped a photograph with his cellphone before whatever creature he almost met face-to-face disappeared into the darkness to the west, opposite the side of the road from which it came. Morgan talked with friends and his brother before sending the picture to Southern Lakes Newspapers on January 28.
Needless to say, Morgan remained stunned following his encounter in recounting the story last week. “I mean, I’ve had deer run out like that before, but it still was pretty freaky to see an animal run in front of my vehicle,” Morgan explained. “You just don’t expect something like that … It was kinda scary because I thought I was going to hit something. But then it turned to more like bewilderment, because it was something I couldn’t explain. You don’t expect a wolf to rear up on its back legs like it did.”
Source: Todd Mishler, MyRacineCounty, February 8, 2018.
You can't tell much about whatever it is and it must have been moving fast to be blurred like that. It doesn't look as tall as a man, so if there really are beasts that walk on 2 legs in that area, maybe it's a young one.