Are werewolves real? Are they myth? Well, if you don’t believe that werewolves actually do roam the Earth with us, check out these real werewolf sightings from actual people who think that they have seen a wolf of the scariest kind. Mrs. Delburt Gregg of Greggton, Texas was awoken in the middle of the night…Continue readingFive Real Werewolf Sightings!
There’s an old werewolf legend from 1521 that revolves around the werewolves of Poligny. These werewolves were first noticed when a traveler passing through the town of Poligny, France, became attacked by a wolf. Managing to fight the beast off, he also wounded him in the process. Of course, the trail of blood led right…Continue readingThe Werewolves of Poligny
Apple’s been in the news a lot lately, coming out with all the latest and greatest inventions. And along with all the new toys, are tons of apps to go with them. We’ve already brought you the Werewolf Reminder app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and now there’s a new app out there for…Continue readingSee Your Own Transformation…with Werewolf Me for iPhone
Craving a little bit of the wolf this weekend, I flipped through YouTube and other video sites to check out some cool werewolf videos. Here are the ones that struck me as some of the best! Vampires vs. Werewolves. Pretty cool video depicting a battle between our favorite villains. Even cooler when you consider this…Continue reading5 Cool Werewolf Videos
It’s my favorite time again!!! That time when new authors decide it’s time to unleash their masterpieces on the public and bring us all some great new werewolf fiction to sink our teeth into! Here are the new releases in werewolf fiction that we’re all looking out for this month. The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong–…Continue readingWerewolf Books to Watch for this Month
In Russia, there are actually two different types of werewolves, and they are very different indeed. The first is known as the wawkalak. This type of werewolf has seriously angered the Devil and because of that, has been turned into a werewolf. However, wawkalaks were not considered to be evil, or even vicious. They would…Continue readingWerewolves in Russia
Mexico is one of the few countries in the world that have kept their werewolf legends pretty much exactly the same as they were several hundred years ago. Even though the Spaniards started colonizing Mexico in the 1500s, the people in the area still held fast to their werewolf beliefs. That, and the fact that…Continue readingWerewolves in Mexico
With movies like The Wolfman and New Moon behind us, we’re all wondering when the next kick ass werewolf movie will be coming out. If you’re wondering what we have to look forward to, you’ll be happy to know – A LOT! There are tons of werewolf movies that are about to be released with…Continue readingWerewolf Movies to Watch Out For
Werewolves can do many things, and undoubtedly, they have an incredible amount of powers. But it’s generally accepted that werewolves are not immortal and that, although it’s difficult, they can be killed. This got me thinking, sure they can die, but do they age? And how exactly does that happen? Why do some werewolves seem…Continue readingDo Werewolves Age?
It’s New Moon weekend and because the newest DVD release in the Twilight saga largely focuses on the wolves’ part in the whole thing, we thought we’d bring you some extra cool stuff that lets you show your love of the wolf! Whether Jacob is your favorite wolf in New Moon (isn’t he everyone’s?), or…Continue readingAwesome Team Jacob Stuff!
If you really, really want to become a werewolf, this is something you might want to try. Usually I provide a general disclaimer here about how it may be dangerous, the chances of it working are low, proceed with caution, yada yada yada. But this one is actually pretty harmless so go ahead and give…Continue readingA Spell to Become a Werewolf!
Where would our favorite werewolf movies be today if they didn’t have groundbreaking movies to pave the way? And while the newer movies are filled with great special effects, Dolby surround sound, and makeup techniques and tools that truly transform man to beast, we simply wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for…Continue readingTop Five Vintage Werewolf Movies
Are all the werewolf books on your shelf tattered and torn from being read so many times? Do you want to add to your collection, or just try something completely new? If so, this is a great month to do it! Here are just a few of the awesome werewolf books that are coming out…Continue readingWerewolf Book Watch: New Releases This Month
When talking about werewolves, we usually have the tendency to refer to them in the masculine sense. “He changed” or “the werewolf licked his wounds” are common phrases found in werewolf history. But what about all the women? Very little is said about female werewolves, especially in a historical sense, and even when they are…Continue readingDo Werewolves Need a Little More Girl Power?
Every country and every region around the world seems to have its own werewolf legends it seems. And Finland is no different. The fact that the Finnish people know their werewolves by the name of “Vironsusi” is odd, seeing as how this translates into “Estonian wolf.” But then again, Estonia does lie just to the…Continue readingVironsusi: The Werewolves of Finland
It was during the sixteenth century that an Austrian village known as Neffer was attacked and destroyed by a gigantic werewolf. This werewolf was so big that when he walked through the forest that bordered the village, he loomed above the trees – watching for his prey below. It was one very lucky woodcutter that was…Continue readingThe Neffer Werewolf of Austria
After reading Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs, I had to pick up Hunting Ground, the next book in the Alpha and Omega series. I was pretty excited about reading it because Briggs just had me hooked with Cry Wolf. I liked Hunting Ground just as much, and I’m hoping that Briggs is hoping to add…Continue readingHunting Ground, by Patricia Briggs
Here’s a werewolf tale that’ll turn your stomach. I know it did mine. It was in Germany in 1685 that many women, children, and pets were being savagely killed by what many people in the area was reporting to be a wolf. Because the burgomaster (which is the mayor of a certain municipality in Germany)…Continue readingCruel and Unusual Punishment: The Burgomaster Werewolf
The Lobisomem is actually just another word for a werewolf. The word is known around both Portugal and Brazil, but it’s the latter that we’ll be looking at here. The Brazilians also have many different theories on their lobisomems, and why they change. But they may be onto something with some of these. A small…Continue readingThe Lobisomem
It was in 1598 in the Juan Mountains, which are located just outside of the Alps, that a small girl and boy were attacked by a massively-sized wolf while they were walking in the woods. The wolf got to the girl right away, killing her immediately. But the boy pulled out a knife and managed…Continue readingThe Gandillon Werewolves
This werewolf story comes to us from a little town outside of Angers, France, and took place in 1598. It was at that time that two hunters came upon the dead body of a 15 year old boy. This wasn’t just a corpse though. The body was incredibly mutilated, surrounded and laying in its own…Continue readingJacques Roulet: Werewolf, or Just Plain Crazy?
During the famous Werewolf Trials in Estonia, there was one story in particular about a man who lived his life feeling as most werewolves do, I imagine – lonely and out of place in his own skin. This man came to be known as Hans the Werewolf, and he was an Estonian that was tried…Continue readingThe Sad Story of Hans the Werewolf
Sure, werewolves can do lots of stuff. But can they do anything other than shift shape? I mean really, when you consider all that is in a werewolf’s realm of abilities, simply turning from man to wolf and back again can become quite boring. So, what else can they do? There are actually lots of…Continue readingThe Different Types of Shifting
Normally, getting werewolves and chickens would end in disaster. Well, for the chicken anyway. But in this case, the two work together to make you (or the wolf-lover in your life), some very delicious snacks! Just for fun, we’ve dug up this yummy werewolf chicken claws recipe! What You’ll Need: Nonstick vegetable spray 10 chicken…Continue readingYummy Werewolf Chicken Claws
If you thought that producers had taken werewolves howling at the moon to new heights, wait until you see Underworld 4! There has been a lot of talk about this movie, and a lot of rumors about whether or not it’s actually happening. Now there has been confirmation from several sites including Bloody Disgusting, that…Continue readingGet Ready for More of Our Favorite Lycans in Underworld 4!
Battlefield Heroes has been a favorite free online downloadable game for many for awhile now. But EA Digital Illusions, who develops the game, has just released a version in which werewolves are included. But don’t worry. You’re not going to flip on the screen and see half-naked teen heartthrobs racing across your screen. These wolves…Continue readingBattlefield Heroes gets Some Furry Dogs and ew, Vamps Too
As some of you may know, I’ve recently discovered the little treasure that is Patricia Briggs. As I delve further into the series though, there was a term that I just couldn’t wrap my head around. That term was the ‘Marrok.’ Well, I could put two and two together in regards to the Mercy Thompson…Continue readingThe Marrok Werewolf
A couple of nights ago Jay Leno had a very funny part of his segment Dealing with the Public. This is actually Part 2 of the segment as Jay has done one in the past. But this one was HYSTERICAL and you can check it out on Hulu here. In the clip, Leno talks about…Continue readingIs Pepto Bismol a Cure for Being a Werewolf?
There are far more werewolf legends and folklore than anyone is able to count. But there is one that is so cool that it even got its own stamp made in its honor. That werewolf is the Le Loup Garou. The Le Loup Garou werewolf is a werewolf myth that comes from French Canadian folklore…Continue readingLe Loup Garou
Just a couple of days ago I wrote a post on how Julia Jones will be playing Leah Clearwater in the movie Eclipse, which will be released June 30, 2010. While Leah was the first new wolf I thought of when considering which ones we meet see, another wolf we’ll be introduced to in Eclipse…Continue readingBoo Boo Stewart will Play Seth Clearwater in Eclipse
New Moon mania has finally seemed to die down a bit and of course that means that now, we can all begin obsessing about Eclipse. I have to say that Eclipse might be one of those movies that I actually enjoy more than the book because the book I didn’t find all that fascinating. I…Continue readingJulia Jones Will Play Leah Clearwater in Eclipse
You’ve gotta know that with a name like “Skinwalker Ranch” bad things are bound to happen. And this tale is as creepy as it sounds. And, it’s as recent as 1994 although where exactly Skinwalker Ranch is is exactly is unknown. It was in 1994 that a farmer bought a ranch for himself, his wife,…Continue readingThe Creepy Tale of Skinwalker Ranch
I just finished reading Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs. I had never read anything by Briggs before so I went in hopeful and with absolutely no expectations. That’s just the way I like to go into these things and it proved to be advantageous to me. I really enjoyed it! This book is about two…Continue readingCry Wolf by Patricia Briggs
If you haven’t heard of the Being Human series, you probably don’t live in the UK. I don’t either but when I heard that there was a new werewolf/vampire/ghost television show coming on, I had to know what it was all about. Turns out, this British television show sounds pretty darn good. The plot of…Continue readingBeing Human Series 2 Premieres this Weekend!
The Werewolf Cult Chronicles is a series of short werewolf movies dreamed up by a man by the name of J. Pingo Lindstrom from Sweden. Lindstrom had the idea to create the films in 2000 and so far, three of the films have already been released. Not only are they released but you don’t even…Continue readingThe Werewolf Cult Chronicles
Sims is a great game that has been around since forever it seems. But the game that has allowed you to build your own cities, buildings, and roads has now expanded. And quite the expansion it’s made too! With Sims 2, you get to transform from City Planner to Ambitious Entrepreneur. In Sims 2 you…Continue readingBecome a Werewolf With Sims 2!
We are very lucky indeed this New Year’s! Not only is there going to be a full moon, but it will be the second one that has occurred during the month of December 2009. This is a very rare occurrence, and if you’ve ever wondered where the phrase “Once in a blue moon” comes along,…Continue readingCelebrate the Full Moon with a New Year’s Party!
Taylor Lautner and Chaske Spencer aren’t the only hot wolves that we’ll see on the big screen in 2010 and much before we see the Eclipse in June, we’ll get to see other big names such as Emily Blunt, Anthony Hopkins, and Benicio Del Toro either take on wolf forms or fight them. All of…Continue readingEmily Blunt Talks The Wolfman
Sure werewolves are some of the toughest beasts alive. But they too like to kick back after a full night on the prowl and toss one-liners back and forth. Here are some great werewolf jokes that we found that will tickle even the toughest funny bone and have even the most ferocious beasts howling! Why…Continue readingTo Tickle Even the Toughest Funny Bone…
We have all heard ad nausaum about the war between werewolves and vampires, and their intense dislike for each other. Movies such as Twilight are still playing up to that age-old battle. But the feelings of animosity between these two might run deeper than even the emotions involved. It may in part be due to…Continue readingAre Werewolves in Danger of Extinction?
We’ve covered some of the most excellent werewolf-takes on classic literature on a post you can find here and now we bring you one more. Emma and the Werewolves is definitely a new take on that classical literature piece by Jane Austen, Emma. We don’t get very much description on this new book, which was…Continue readingEmma and the Werewolves
There are a lot of theories about werewolves and pentagrams. Some say that you can spot a werewolf by seeing if they have the sign of a pentagram on their forehead or on the palms of their hands. However, because werewolves are very hairy creatures, even when in human form, this might be a little…Continue readingWerewolves and Pentagrams
Damn, too bad we didn’t find these before Halloween! But they’ll still be a great treat and will make for lots of howls from any beast lovers in your house. Here’s how to make some delicious and scary-looking werewolf cupcakes! What you’ll need is: a box of cake mix; red mini M&M’s for the eyes;…Continue readingWerewolf Cupcakes
It’s always fun to read about the different ways there are to become a werewolf and, if you’re a real enthusiast, to even give some of the many theories a shot yourself. I don’t know if you’ll want to be the guinea pig for this one, it involves inhaling substances that will do lord knows…Continue readingJust One More Way to Become a Werewolf
I certainly had never heard of the two, until I looked into exorcising a werewolf. The best guess I have is that they are characters in literature but even of that I am not certain. The piece that I found about them was a comical look at exorcising a werewolf in which Gianni and Monna…Continue readingEver Heard of Gianni and Monna Tessa?
I was so excited when I ran across this piece of research that talked about the werewolf witch trials of Estonia, which occurred in the 1600s. At first I was excited because I’m part Estonian and so this particular piece of werewolf history was especially interesting to me. Then reading further, I find that the…Continue readingThe Werewolf Witch Trials of Estonia
It’s seems that we always want what we can’t have, doesn’t it? Those who are werewolves don’t want to be and those that aren’t will try just about anything to gain the ability to change shape under light of the full moon. Some theories stating what you need to do in order to become a…Continue readingSeven of the Weirdest Ways to Become a Werewolf
With Twilight-mania going on right now, everyone has gotten so wrapped up in the werewolves of La Push. But surely there have got to be other werewolves in literature, and there are. My first experience in reading about werewolves was in fact in Harry Potter, where we were introduced to Remus Lupin, Harry Potter’s teacher…Continue readingAnd Let’s Not Forget Remus Lupin
For those that don’t believe that werewolves really exist, all you have to do is ask those in Talbot County, Georgia and they’ll tell you that exist they do, indeed. And more than that, they may not always come in a form that you would expect. These same citizens will tell you that not only…Continue readingHell Hath No Fury…
One of the most interesting parts of Twilight is of course, the werewolves. And with a New Moon on the horizon, we are about to get a closer look at Stephenie Meyer’s version of the werewolf pack and how it works. New Moon is of course, all about the wolves but it seems that Meyer…Continue readingHow Packs Work