Tuesday, April 9, 2013

An Introduction To The DFRO

The DFRO was founded on April 9, 2013 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I had recently co-hosted a blog radio show on the Dogman and after talking with a friend I had the inspiration to start this organization.

The mission of the Dogman Field Research Organization (DFRO) is to investigate the mystery surrounding the Dogman phenomenon. We will collect data and physical evidence from the field in this process, in an attempt at deriving conclusive documentation of the species existence. Our primarily research area is in Wisconsin but we take reports from anywhere. Since we are based in Minnesota, we are always looking for people to give us reports or do field investigations in the Southeastern part of Wisconsin.

The Dogman is also known as the Wolfman/Manwolf or Werewolf.

Thank you all for joining us, and if you hear about any sightings or have any yourself, you can contact us here: Send me an Email

Check back often as we are just starting to add sightings to the database. 

What Does The DFRO Think Dogman Is? 

Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America

The Beast of Bray Road: Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf

The Michigan Dogman: Werewolves and Other Unknown Canines Across the U.S.A. (Unexplained Presents)


  1. I know of three people close to me that have seen these creatures . 2 sightings were in florida. 1 lycan type creature that ran infront of his car 1am in the morning . The back of the creature was at least 4ft high on all fours. another was on HWY 100 in Florida 12 to 1 am the creature was standing on the side of the highway while they drove by . two witnesses . In Houston County Tennessee a couple saw a large black creature taller than a street sign standing in a field around 3 pm in the afternoon in braod daylight . It ran when they honked the horn. It ran on two legs into a tree line and slid down behind a tree and it appeared to stay there staring at them

    1. Feel free to email at the link above with any more information you might have on this.

  2. Tons of respect for you and your team man.