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Werewolf Bounty Hunter

Updated on May 15, 2016

"Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and Autumn moon is bright."

Werewolf incidents on the rise

According to a recent government report Werewolf crime in the United States rose for the second year in a row, Indicating that the nation's century decline in Werewolf crime and activity has ended.

A National Crime Victimization Survey by the Bureau of Justice Statistics found that 56 of every 1,000 people were some how affected by a Werewolf violent crime, a 20% increase in people killed by Werewolves, 18% increase by people being maimed by a Werewolf. Property crimes have also increase by Werewolves, !2% increase of home invasions by Werewolves, burglary and theft committed by Werewolves is up 17%, credit card fraud is up a shocking 44% by organized Werewolf syndicates and car theft by non-syndicate Werewolves is up 29%.

"It has become a Werewolf crime wave. And it is not flattening out," Larry Talbot stated (Talbot is head of the Werewolf Task Force or WTF of the FBI) "I see this as terribly alarming and just plain scary"

Talbot also was quoted in the most recent release by the task force, "You don't solve the Werewolf problem. You only control it," he said. "When you let up on the gas, bad things will happen. This plateauing and inching up a bit is just a warning to us that we have to keep on investing in Werewolf crime prevention and Werewolf crime control."

Due to budget cuts to the FBI by the federal government, the FBI has prompted a call across America to increase bounties on Werewolves in the hope of increasing Werewolf Bounty Hunters. All bounties (money paid) differ from state to state depending on the number of violent Werewolf offenders in any given area. In some cities where there is a high concentration of Werewolf offenders the bounties will be increased due to "surging" of Werewolf offenders. Remember "Surge" bounties are only in effect in certain cites designated by the FBI Werewolf task force (WTF) or the Salvation Army. All bounties not subject to surge areas will be paid at the normal rate.

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Rare footage of an actual werewolf transformation

Werewolf bounty hunters that are in training in Colorado by the famous Matt Van Helsing

Malva the Gypsy, one of the first Werewolf Bounty Hunters. "Whoever is bitten by a werewolf and lives becomes a werewolf himself."

Werewolf Bounty Hunter Careers

In this article you will learn the do's and don'ts of becoming a Werewolf Bounty Hunter. This is not a career for the faint hearted. Werewolf Bounty Hunter job comes with high rewards, but also an element of risk of bodily injury resulting in death.

Becoming a Werewolf Bounty Hunter requires knowledge of the law and sharp wit and top notch negotiation skills - and when all else fails, weapons training and close combat skills. For Werewolf Bounty Hunting is all about tracking and apprehending Werewolf fugitives, bringing them to justice and collecting a bounty is all in a day’s work. Do you have what it takes and the moxie to become a Werewolf Bounty Hunter?



Kansas is the only state were Werewolf bounty hunting has been banned.

What it takes to become a Werewolf Bounty Hunter

When a Werewolf criminal defendant can’t afford or his pack can't afford to post bail, they turn to a Werewolf bondsman who guarantees payment of that money to the court in the event the Werewolf misses their court date.

This bail paid to the court will allow Werewolves facing criminal charges to be released from police custody while they await their court date. However, if a Werewolf who is out on bail does not appear in court as ordered, the Werewolf bail bondsman is then ordered by law to pay the cash bond that was guaranteed to the court. To avoid forfeiting the cash bond and taking a loss, the Werewolf bail bondsman will hire the services of a licensed Werewolf Bounty Hunter to locate, apprehend, and return or simply kill the fugitive Werewolf. Licensed Werewolf Bounty Hunters receive arrest authority through the bail bondsman, which allows them to lawfully arrest or simply kill the offending Werewolf and receive a percentage of the bond for doing so.

As of the date of this article, 41 states require Werewolf Bounty hunters to be licensed. Some states, including Colorado, have specific statutes in place that regulate the practice of Werewolf Bounty Hunting, but do not require licensure for these Werewolf experts. Just 1 state, Kansas bans the practice of Werewolf Bounty Hunting and snipe hunting altogether.

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Do you have the combat and negotiation skills to become a successful Werewolf Bounty Hunter?

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All in a days work for a Werewolf Bounty Hunter

State-Specific Werewolf Bounty Hunter Licensing Requirements

Men and women who want to learn how to become a Werewolf Bounty Hunter must first ensure they meet minimum requirements for licensure.

A valid state driver’s license

Not allergic to silver

Pass a DNA check to make sure you are not a Werewolf

Pre-licensing training and certification

Not a vampire

State residency

Specific age requirements

Not allergic to dog hair

Pass a background check

Previous snipe hunting credentials

Also, most states require you to carry plastic "poop" bags to remove any and all waste of any Werewolf in your custody. If killing the Werewolf was your only option, you need to call animal control of the city you are in for body disposal. You will need to detach the ears, canine teeth for identification for payment of the bounty. If a recent driver's license is found on the deceased Werewolf please bag and return to the proper authorities along with the canine teeth and ears.

When Werewolf bounties are successful

This photo is an example of a successful Werewolf bounty being served without injury or death to the offending Werewolf. Lon Chaney (Werewolf in custody) is being held at the local kennel awaiting the judgment of the court. Depending on Mr. Chaney severity of his crimes he will be either jailed, euthanized or sent to obedience training.

You will need to become familiar with the state law in which you will be a Werewolf Bounty Hunter

For example, in some states Werewolf Bounty Hunters must be registered with the county sheriff before arresting or killing a werewolf.

At least 39 states have laws addressing how Werewolf Bounty Hunters can dress which often requires Werewolf Bounty Hunters to wear a vest or shirt with the words "Werewolf Bounty Agent" (or similar) during an arrest or death of a Werewolf.

The majority of states that license Werewolf Bounty Hunters require the completion of continuing education during the license renewal period. In addition to continuing education, states with licensure for Werewolf Bounty Hunteers require the completion of a renewal application and the payment of a renewal fee.

When Werewolf bounties go bad

This photo is an example of a Werewolf bounty hunt gone bad. This home was believed to be the home of a bail skipping Werewolf and was set afire by a Werewolf Bounty Hunter in hope of driving the Werewolf out into the street for easy capture. Wrong house on the wrong street and even in the wrong city proving once how important training is to the Werewolf Bounty Hunter.

Ask yourself these questions

You need to ask yourself some questions before your you involve yourself in becoming a Werewolf Bounty Hunter. These are questions that only you will know the answer to.

What Is my emotional state?

Can I kill a Werewolf without shedding a tear?

What is my part in all this?

Will being a Werewolf Bounty Hunter matter 5 years from now?

Do I have Ninja like skills?

Am I too old to be a Werewolf Bounty Hunter?

Will I in truth pick up and discard waste left by a Werewolf in my custody?





Final Note

Final note and famous quote

"The living werewolves have genuine needs and desires, which, though they may oppose ours, are valid. Even if they want to eat humans, you can't really call them evil, any more than mice can call cats evil, or chickens can call humans evil. It's all just a matter of where you're standing."

Ted Naifeh

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    • kurtreifschneider profile imageAUTHOR

      Kurt James 

      3 years ago from Loveland Colorado

      Thanks Jodah it was fun writing this hub and I for one hope that I have given new insight to the rising Werewolf problem not just in the USA but across the world.

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      John Hansen 

      3 years ago from Queensland Australia

      What an entertaining hub Kurt. I always wanted to be a werewolf hunter but never knew how to go about it. Damn, it may be too late now but thanks for sharing. I'd be interesting to know of Lon Chaney's fate. Other famous werewolves were Charles Laughton and Boris Karloff but I'm not sure if they evaded custody or not. Voted up, this made my day.

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