Wolfie Blackheart, Professed "Werewolf," Decapitates Dog's Head, Then Boils It
Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 1:46 pm
Her real name is Sarah Rodriguez. But since the 23-year-old from San Antonio claims to be a werewolf, she goes by the name Wolfie Blackheart. And it seems she has something of a fetish for the heads of dead animals...
Texas police are investigating the imaginative young werewolf after she admitted to decapitating the head of a dog, then boiling it and mounting it on her bedroom wall.
|Wolfie Blackheart claims to be a werewolf, but says she'd never hurt a dog because she is a canine.|
When San Antonio detectives raided her home, they found her walls smeared with a red liquid her mom says is ketchup. The also found a collection of knives, swords and animal heads, including a coyote, ram and, of course, a dog.
|Rigsby, the neighbor's dog believed to have been killed.|
Wolfie claims the dog was already dead when a friend brought it to her. So she chopped of its head, left it outside to drain, that placed it on her trophy shelf of animal heads. After all, nothing makes a better conversation piece than a decapitated dog's head.
She says she would never hurt a live dog because "I am a canine."
But her neighbor, Kathy Silva, thinks the dog is hers. The family took in the stray; it's been missing since January 5.
"My heart pretty much sank," Silva told the San Antonio Express-News, "because when I saw that picture, I said, 'That's Rigsby.' He was the sweetest dog ever."
Dog decapitation would only be a crime in Texas if police discovered its head was cut off before it was dead, which should be easily determined by the medical examiner.
You can see Wolfie's two MySpace pages here and here.
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