Broadcasting from the X, a shadowy but powerful radio station located just across the Mexican border, the Wolfman was an enigma to most of his audience. His voice, accent, and style revealed nothing of his origins, which turned out to be humble. How many Millennials know who Wolfman Jack is? It’d be an interesting social…Continue readingWolfman Jack Biography – Rotten Tomatoes
Young Eric has been bitten by a werewolf. However, he’s not particularly thrilled by this turn of affairs and wishes to escape his curse. To do so, he must find and kill the founder of his particular werewolf clan. This show was SO ahead of its time. An offering of the Fox Network’s fledgling season,…Continue readingRemembering WEREWOLF
One case that exudes so much creepiness and bizarreness that it has become unfettered from all attempts to classify it is the case of the Clifton Bunny Man, a demented figure with the appearance of a man-sized bunny that has purportedly terrorized the wooded Virginian countryside for years. In European tradition, lycanthropes took the form…Continue readingEven a man who is pure of heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a . . . RABBIT?!
Archaeologists working near Mexico City found evidence of cannibalism. Using cutting-edge techniques, they re-created the methods and ingredients used to cook human flesh. It is perhaps the greatest of all taboos. It fascinated and repulses like no other. Cannibalism. One human being eating another human being. We know that it has happened. We know that…Continue readingHow Do You Prefer Your (Human) Steak?
A scripted feature based on actual science, the film ponders the existence of real three-foot-tall human-like creatures — nicknamed Hobbits — that might have escaped extinction to wreak havoc on a group of scientists in the rainforest of Indonesia. Discovery Channel and its sister stations, of which Animal Planet is one of the most popular,…Continue readingThere Really Might Be A Cannibal In The Jungle, But Animal Planet Is Making It Harder To Believe In It.
This is a case of the man Bill Ramsey, “A true story of demonic possession” and is detailed in a book called “WEREWOLF”. I was watching an episode of Sally Jessy Raphael sometime in the early 90s when I first saw Bill Ramsey, the “real life werewolf.” Those were bad years for me, the early…Continue readingThe Real Deal?
Nebuchadnezzar was exiled as king of Babylon, stripped down naked, literally transformed into a werewolf, and he lived in the forest with other wild beasts for SEVEN long years! Are werewolves mentioned in the Bible? In a word, no. Not specifically. However, there is a great deal of imagery that, while not overtly lycanthropic in…Continue readingWerewolves in the Bible? Mmm, kinda.
There’s a long debated question as to whether having sex with a werewolf is bestiality or not. Nothing surprises me where sex is concerned. A fascination with deviant psychology once led me down a researchy rabbit hole wherein I learned more about a great many sexual deviations than I ever would have imagined. These fetishes…Continue readingCan you still call it a “skin flick” if one of the participants is covered in fur?
Researchers have discovered fossils of a human ancestor in Ethiopia up to 3.5 million-years-old that overlaps in time with the famous Lucy species, Australopithecus afarensis. Another human ancestor has been unearthed, or if not a direct ancestor at least a club-swingin’ cousin. It blows my mind to think that there were once other species of…Continue readingAnother Blood(thirsty?) Relative
The witch might wear the hide or skin of the animal identity it wants to assume, and when the transformation is complete, the human witch inherits the speed, strength, or cunning of the animal whose shape it has taken. We tend to think werewolves are a purely European or American phenomenon. Those with an interest…Continue readingThe Terror of the Skinwalker, the Amerind Werewolf
The idea that bullets made from silver offered an effective (sometimes only) means of dispatching evil entities from vampires to werewolves, has been around in popular mythology for quite some time. So much “knowledge” concerning werewolves comes not from folklore but from Hollywood. Werewolves transform on nights of the full moon? Not according to pre-cinematic…Continue readingIs Silver Really Good For Fighting Evil? (Hey, It Worked For The Lone Ranger!)
The ‘Werewolf’ serial killer used axes, knives and screwdrivers to murder women in a bid to ‘cleanse’ his town of prostitutes Werewolves are real. All too real. They may not have fur or fangs, but they exist. As is sometimes explained in the folklore, their hair just grows “on the inside.” You can’t always spot…Continue reading“Werewolf” Murderer’s Wife and Kids Standing By Their Man
What is the Beast of Bray Road? Why we believe it’s more than just a myth. A detailing of the shocking real werewolf sightings in Wisconsin. It’s easy enough to dismiss the werewolf as pure myth, a psychological projection of the inner, bestial nature of human beings, conjured from the depths of our communal subconscious,…Continue readingThe Land of Cheese Has Its Own Werewolf
Rabies is of the world’s most interesting zoonotic diseases, the one that “has always shaded into something more supernatural: into bestial metamorphoses, into monstrous hybridities.” Rabies inspired all our legends of werewolves? And vampires and zombies, to boot? To be honest, I don’t buy it. At first glance rabies is a perfect suspect, conforming to…Continue readingDid Rabies Inspire the Legend of the Werewolf? (And Vampires and Zombies, To Boot?)