werewolf, werewolves and lycans


A newly unearthed hominid revives some difficult questions for Christians. Here’s a tricky theological conundrum for you. Did Neanderthals and other earlier forms of Humans, just as deserving of that appellation as us Homo sapiens, possess souls? If they did, what became of those souls after death? Did they go to the good place or…

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Now THIS is one badass toy!

If you’re anything like me, you probably have at least one werewolf action figure on display somewhere in your home. (Actually, if you’re like me, you have several.) But do you have one that you can actually transform? One that starts out as a mere human, but by switching his various parts around you can…

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The Howl of the Wendigo

On a cold December day in 1879, a man was hanged in Fort Saskatchewan, putting an end to one of the most horrifying killing sprees in Alberta history. Swift Runner was executed for murdering and then eating eight members of his own family over the previous winter.   All myths arise as an attempt to…

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Bear vs. Bigfoot (vs. Werewolf?)

If Sasquatch do indeed exist, then they are going to come across bears. It is inevitable. So what happens when these two goliaths meet? Since we want this to be a fair match-up, let’s go with the biggest, baddest bear around. A Kodiak Grizzly, perhaps, or the largest of all bruins, the polar bear, which…

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Into the Woods

Does your imagination run wild whenever you see a beautiful picture of an old, secluded forest? Are you the type of person to face your fears and explore hidden, mysterious places? Then this list is for you. “The woods are lovely, dark and deep,” the poet Robert Frost tells us. We could add to that…

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Werewolves Without Fur

The word ‘psychopath’ strikes fear into the hearts of many, largely as a result of fictitious caricatures in pop culture . . .   Make no mistake, my friends. Werewolves do exist. Not as envisioned by Hollywood, perhaps (although eyewitnesses who have encountered the Beast of Bray Road, Wisconsin might take exception with that), but real…

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Beware the Crimson Moon!

2015 British Film. A stagecoach full of passengers and an enigmatic gunslinger are held hostage by two outlaws on the run from the law but events take an unexpected turn when the travellers are stalked by a mythical beast that only appears on the night of a blood red moon. No, I am NOT talking…

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A Book about Boogers and Beasts

I received this book in the mail to read and review. STRANGE WEST VIRGINIA MONSTERS, written by Michael Newton and published by Schiffer Publishing of Pennsylvania. It was a quick read, which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your personal preference. While Newton covers all the bases, even managing to…

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Bears in revolt?!

Black bears overrun a town in Russia, polar bears terrorize an Arctic weather station and grizzly attacks are up in the U.S. Is this a bear uprising? Bears and wolves evolved from the same stock species. Take a close look at a bear and you can see the family resemblance. They are essentially giant canines,…

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The Were-Pig!

ANN O’REGAN tells how a prison in 18th Century Dublin was terrorised by a murderous demonic pig Different cultures have their own version of the dreaded lycanthrope. In the US, our culture is largely of European derivation, and as such we inherited the supernatural beast of the “Old Country,” where wolves were the most widespread…

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Maneaters in the Trenches

Born of the horrors of trench warfare, a ghoulish tale of scavengers and scofflaws took hold 100 years ago I’ve written before on the Hellhounds of World War One. These fiery-eyed brutes, large and more fearsome than any common dog roamed the “No Man’s Land,” the areas between those trenches dug out and occupied by…

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The Wild Man of Ontario

In January of 1914, there was a “wild man” on the loose near Kenosha, Ontario.  There are three possibilities where reports of “wild man” sightings are concerned. One, the sighting is a hoax, or the report is, or the former is a case of mistaken identity and the latter is simply spreading the disinformation. The…

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Michigan men lay claim to TEEN WOLF

The pair, both from Genesee County, are makeup special effects artists on the MTV “Teen Wolf” series, now spending their days turning young actors into savage-yet-sexy wolf people. In Genesee County, Michigan, they love their “local boys done good.” Erik Porn (poor guy, stuck with that last name; he got teased a lot in middle…

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Does Bigfoot eat people?

In 1965, a journalist named George Draper – who worked for the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper – interviewed one O.R. Edwards about a startling and highly disturbing Bigfoot sighting that Edwards had back in 1942.  This one goes in tandem with my previous post. Sometimes people who claim to have encounters with the creature or…

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Howlin’ Mad

A recent recording of a howl in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park near Cleveland could have been made by a Bigfoot or the legendary Ohio Grassman. Science demands physical evidence. For anything, and certainly for claims of a more fantastical nature. Bodies, bones. Photographs won’t do it. Neither will video or audio recordings. But are…

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Where’d the Werewolf Come From?

Name a culture somewhere on Planet Earth and more than likely the werewolf stalks its folklore, from African and Asian tribes all the way up to the classic (and confusing) Altered Beast of Sega Genesis. This is a good article to read for the layman who doesn’t know that much about werewolves outside of what…

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Grisly Find in a Mass Grave

BERLIN (AP) — Scientists say they have found rare evidence of a prehistoric massacre in Europe after discovering a 7,000-year-old mass grave with skeletal remains from some of the continent’s first farmers bearing terrible wounds. Let’s face it, human beings have been killing each other for a long time. Take it as far back as…

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A Werewolf Con For Pros

OGOM: ‘The Company of Wolves’: Sociality, Animality, and Subjectivity in Literary and Cultural Narratives—Werewolves, Shapeshifters, and Feral Humans University of Hertfordshire, September 3-5, 2015 The conference will explore human social existence and its animal substrate . . . the intersection between the human and the wolfishly bestial as expressed in narrative media from a variety…

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BLOOD MOON: Worth 90 minutes of your time?

Poor direction and lackluster cinematography unravel any potential for fun or scares in Jeremy Wooding’s new film ‘Blood Moon. Well, that depends. Is it a great movie? No. Is it even a GOOD movie? Well . . . Okay, but is it one of those delightful cinematic sojourns that is “so bad, it’s good,” something…

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10 Coolest Scenes of Werewolf Movies Done Right (Part 2)

Okies, so yesterday, I showed you the best werewolves, in movies and shows, –now I’ll impart the best scenes to you. It goes without saying, SPOILER ALERT!  1.  The Ginger Snaps Trilogy (2000 – 2004) This is probably my favorite scene out of all the films, because it was very “girl power” –she lures in…

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10 Werewolf Movies Done Right (Part 1)

These are some of the best representations of werewolves in films; my favorite effects, as opposed to our last post in which we went over some the really awful werewolf movies out there.  1.  Silver Bullet (1985) Gary Busey, werewolves, gore; I’ll tell you honestly, it wasn’t really the werewolf in the movie, that made…

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10 of the Cheesiest Werewolves Ever

Here are some of the floppiest film werewolves of all time, woot. 1.  Werewolf (1996) This whole movie, was so effing ridiculous, it actually made it into an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000. The best ever. 2. Werewolf: The Devil’s Hound (2007) I saw this, and all I could think of was… “Memories, all…

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10 Disturbing Parallels Between the Kardashians and Werewolves

 1.  Solitary, Volatile Creatures Most of the time, Kardashians, much like werewolves, prefer not to be disturbed by outside influences, or external forces. 2.   Extremely Painful Transformations Both werewolves and Kardashians must endure agonizing pain before each transformation; as shown above, Kardashians, much like werewolves, have an amazingly high tolerance for pain. 3.  Female…

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8 Reasons Why Forrest Gump Was Really a Werewolf Movie

1.  He Was Bitten When He Was a Kid Forrest Gump’s body started changing after he was bitten, and it was probably by one of those degenerate kids he went to school with, since he seemed to be able to run a lot better after he started school. 2. He’s Weatherproof He demonstrates imperviousness to…

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I only read it for the articles.

Robert Frost wrote that the woods are lovely dark and deep but he forgot to add scary as hell. This report comes from PLAYBOY. It DOESN’T have pictures, though. Not THOSE kind of pictures, lest any of my faithful readers accuse me of lechery. I read it and suggest it here purely on scientific grounds,…

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