Discovery of third henge alarms local children.
A third henge possibly made of straw or grass alongside the previously surveyed wood and stone henges, would seems to confirm that a large carnivorous wolf roamed neolithic Wiltshire terrorising the local population.
The most likely candidate being Canis Lupis or Grey Wolf. Excavations during the 1930's at nearby Salisbury revealed a large wolf den with remains of juvenile female humans. Scraps of red fabric carbon dated the den to 8000 BCE.