Lycanthropy in the news...
The blokes on that page look like they could use a dab of ointment... hand cream... should take care of 'em, right as rain!LOL!
I read that earlier today, and it gave me one of the best laughs I've had in ages. I can't imagine why the interviewer wasn't convinced by the girls' claims...
LOL to both your comments!:)
I must admit my ears perked up when I heard the word "werewolves" on tonight's coast to coast on the radio. Didn't think they ever bring on someone who had a interest in werewolves on the air, but I'm happy I had my radio tuned or I might have never found this sight!But about the case of the 2 girls at Starbucks, I've talked with a small number of folks over here on the east coast who have claimed the same thing, with slight variations in their stories. I'm in contact with a young man up in the mountains of Virginia who has some wild stories about his personal lycanthropy.Wow, I have so much more to say and ask on this story and would like to personally interview these 2 girls who claim what they claim. But I doubt it would have anything to do with cyrptozoology but spiritual identity. Thanks Nick!
Berylwolf:Glad to see you caught the show last night. Yes, werewolves are a particular interest of mine, and have been for a long time.It seems that pretty much all states in the US and a lot of countries around the world have their own werewolf legends, and the ones you've found sound interesting.Have you read Linda Godfrey's books "The Beast of Bray Road" and "Hunting the American Werewolf"? They're good ones.
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