The Natural History of the European Werewolf

Posted by Xavier Ortega | December 26, 2012 0

For all you paranormal and history geeks out there

Deborah Hyde, editor of The Skeptic magazine, gave an interesting lecture at Skepticon 5. The topic was Lycanthropy. In this lecture, Deborah talks about the Werewolf and how the legend came to be. From its conception in early European history to the modern movies we see today.

Why is it that we are so fascinated with the werewolf?

Hyde takes an in-depth look at the tales, history and facts about the mythological creature that stalks and kills under the cover of darkness.

The Natural History of the European Werewolf

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