If one of the “Wolfmen” at Clark's Trading Post seemed just a little scarier than usual lately, there’s good reason: he’s also battled Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, and The Undertaker.

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley revealed that he was an “Honorary Wolfman” at Clark's this month, a new addition to his famed “Faces of Foley” that also includes the characters Cactus Jack, Dude Love, and Mankind (the latter of whom won his first WWE Championship on a snowy night in Worcester back in 1999).

Foley is famous for his love of Jefferson’s Santa’s Village, a must for nostalgia-seekers before a new ride replaces a classic in 2024. Luckily, for traditionalists like Foley, Clark's is going the other way, throwing things back with a new addition that harkens back to its roots.

On Facebook, Foley wrote:

“A great time was had by all when I was able to participate in the 50 year tradition of chasing trains as an honorary “Wolfman” at Clarks Trading Post.  I have known the Clark family for over 25 years, so I jumped at the opportunity to join Wolfman Vern on our quest to protect his valuable cachet of Unobtanium. So, every hour on the half-hour, I would jump out of my secret Unobtanium mine to chastise a genuine steam-train full of passengers. If you get the chance to travel up to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, this family owned and operated attraction is a must see!”

Foley also noted that his son, Mickey, is currently working at Clark's, and added a video of the experience – noting that he twice defeated The Rock (whose first title belt may still be at the bottom of a famous New Hampshire river.)

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