UPDATE: It has been largely reported that WerewolfCon was a giant scam that stole thousands of dollars from those planning on attending. We do not support this convention in any way!
At long last there is a place for werewolf fans to gather and celebrate their love for their beloved beasties. WerewolfCon is a convention centered on werewolves, therians, shifters and otherkin and it’s coming next year! Woot! From the official WerewolfCon website: “Werewolf-Con is an educational organization dedicated to creating awareness of, and appreciation for, Werewolves, Therians, Shifters and Otherkin. We celebrate the historic and ongoing contributions of all things related to the culture and belief. The first ever Werewolf, Therian, Shifter, and Otherkin conference will take place May of 2012 at the Midway Exposition Center just outside Columbia Missouri. Our goal is to make the first such a success that it continues to grow bigger and better with every passing year. Of course you can expect to check out multiple vendors, as well as savor delectable bites to fulfill your beastly appetite but you can also take the time to enjoy so much more than that. We will give you short films to enjoy, art to view, a fashion show guaranteed to leave you wanting more and yes that ever needed concert to rock out too. We have left no stone unturned and are working hard to make this one of the biggest conferences possible. Remember to mark your calendars to come out and have a howling good time. Come out and join us in getting primal.” There are countless vampire conventions out there so it’s about damn time that the werewolf fans got one. If you’re interested in going (and why wouldn’t you be) you can purchase tickets HERE. Tickets range from $15 to $75 – it all depends on how filling you want your werewolf experience to be. What do you guys think of WerewolfCon? Does it sound like something you’d want to check out?
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