Skip to comments.Wolves in Petticoats: The Victorian Werewolf
Posted on 09/14/2012 3:33:24 PM PDT by EveningStar
This is a rough excerpt from the introduction of a book on Victorian werewolves I am writing right now. It should be finished sometime around March 2013. (I have way too many projects to give it my full attention this year)
It has been suggested that the Vampire legend, largely created by Bram Stoker, is the most enduring and famous creature mythos to emerge out of popular Gothic literature. While this may be true the lowly werewolf must also be given a place of distinction. The literature of the Victorian era werewolf has nowhere near the enduring popularity of the Vampire, nevertheless during the period the werewolf was at least as popular with a score of books and short fiction to testify to its enduring legacy.
(Excerpt) Read more at thefreehold.us ...
That’s a werewolf? Looks more like “Nessie does London”.
Sort of. Nessie was feeling neglected with all the attention vampires and werewolves were getting...
This occultism and sorcery is the work of SATAN! Clearly this misguided person is a lost soul and a willing servant of darkness.
The SECOND COMING OF JESUS CHRIST is fast approaching! All true servants of THE LORD must be careful to avoid the temptations of Satan in these final days!
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