oshua pushed him out and closed his door, but as Dave climbed to his feet, he wound down the window and started his engine.
"The woman was chased out her car," he said reversing.
"We already know that" was shouted back.
"But it wasn’t another person" Joshua said to himself.
As he was driving back he felt a cold sweat flowing down his cheek, it could be 'just wolves'. Wolves would be 'normal'. True rare in this area, but not unheard of. Yet every part of his body was telling him that it had to be something else. It was his natural instinct to believe it wasn’t something natural, the hair and damage to the car side alone was enough to tell him it was something far more intelligent.
As he was driving, he glanced into the forest only to see several yellow dots floating through the trees. They seemed to be moving up and down as they followed the car but were keeping up with it all the same. Joshua subconsciously pressed down on the gas accelerating the car, but that didn’t seem to cause the lights to disappear.
The next few seconds happened so fast Joshua hardly had time to react, the lights seemed to split becoming two lights that where heading for his car. It took him a second to realize those lights were eyes as they rammed into his car, forcing it off the road and into a tree.
Joshua looked up, feeling the blood dripping down his face and the pain in his shoulder, telling him it was dislocated. It took him a few seconds to pinpoint a few eyes through the groggy feelings he was having. He didn’t have time to react to the one at the door as it smashed his door, grasped at his clothes and pulled him out.
Joshua felt his shoulder snap back into place and his eyesight return, he turned around and punched the door. The creature was shocked as the door snapped off and forced it into a nearby tree. The others watched in shock as he climbed out of the open hole in his car stretching a little, he turned to the closest creature.
"Let me tell you something, I've ran into a lot of things" he began taking steps closer to him, "but the one thing I swore I'd never run into, ever again, was werewolves."
The creature stood on its hind legs looking down at Joshua with interest, it seemed to be trying to figure out what he was. Joshua looked up to him with no sense of fear. He brushed the snow off his clothes sighing slightly.
"Now maybe you can tell me why you ran that woman off the road?" He asked.