Tag Archives: werewolves

New Guinea Cannibals A Cover For Werewolves?

New Guinea, one of the largest islands in the world, is home to many tribes considered “uncivilized” compared to our modern ways of living. Carving out their existence from the land by the sweat of their brows; these primitive peoples work tirelessly to sustain food and shelter. In the ways of war and territorial aggression, they’re not much different than …

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New Werewolf Movie Offers Horror Fans a ‘Howl’ of a Good Ride

Ah, werewolf movies. Personally love the gratuitous exploitation of the lunar challenged but it’s damn hard to find good ones. Speaking of which, when’s the last time you’ve seen a decently terrifying flick about a lycan grace the big screen? American Werewolf in London? The Howling? Perhaps the Underworld franchise? The Wolfman? Off the silver screen there’ve been quite a …

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Dear Sarah (Diary Entry No. 9)

One glass of wine turned into half a dozen and we were lit. I couldn't resist any longer. I melted in her kiss, and it was over.

Dear Sarah,  Well, my bliss was short-lived and, just as I should have known, my blind happiness was a bit dangerous too. I let my guard down. I was in such a great mood and the world, and everything in it looked perfect. I didn’t think anything at all could bring me down, and that was my undoing. I was …

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Alabama Man Puts A Bullet In A Werewolf

Man puts a bullet in a werewolf.

Hunting and fishing – two favorite activities shared by millions the world over. While some people pursue these pleasures for the sport, others take part as a means of survival. Deep in the heart of Alabama, hunting, fishing and farming are an inseparable means of cutting one’s survival out of the land using his or her own hands. Families pass …

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Dear Sarah (Diary Entry No. 8)

Dear Sarah,  Midterms are a bitch!  I should be studying but, oh hell, I can’t help it. I am in such a good mood nothing can bring me down.  Even the unfairness of Social Psychology being taught by a sociologist isn’t pissing me off. Professor Frazier is a silly, little man.  Doesn’t he know none of us care about his …

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Botanist Witnesses Werewolf Transformation in Wisconsin

If his story is true, he is one of the few people to ever witness a werewolf transformation and live to tell about it.

According to a report on the Cryptozoology News website, a man had an amazing encounter in the woods of Wisconsin in August, 2013. If his story is true, he is one of the few people to ever witness a werewolf transformation and live to tell about it. The man, an outdoorsman who gave his name simply as Richard, lives in …

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Werewolf Sighting Frightens Pennsylvania Motorists

Eerily similar to other werewolf sightings, the witnesses described the creature as having a muscular structure with an oversized, wolf-like head topped with two large pointed ears.

It seems there’s no shortage of strange creatures found in the remote parts of Pennsylvania. One such creature, matching the description of a werewolf, took some time out of its busy schedule to frighten motorists along a stretch of asphalt called Mud Creek Road. The sighting, detailed on Stan Gordon’s website, happened on November 20th, 2011, just outside the town …

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The Morbach Monster: The Sometimes Brutal Origin Of Werewolves

This particularly nasty werewolf, known as the Morbach Monster, is worth mentioning because of its notorious origin and rather contemporary escapades.

There’s a lycan whose allegedly been running around the Wittlich Area of Germany since the early 1810s. This particularly nasty werewolf, known as the Morbach Monster, is worth mentioning because of its notorious origin and rather contemporary sighting. The legend of the Morbach Monster begins with a soldier named Thomas Johannes Baptist Schwytzer, who had a unique military career. He …

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