The new issue of Britain's Paranormal magazine includes an article from me on the history of werewolves and lycanthropy. It describes several sightings of werewolf-style beasts in Britain: one seen in Scotland in 1952; another encountered in Scotland in 1967; and an English account from the late 1940s. Whether physical, paranormal, or something else, the British werewolf is most definitely here to stay. And, for more information on the issue of Paranormal in question, click right here.
And in the same issue, you can also find (a) an article from the CFZ's Richard Freeman on his recent expedition to find the Almasty of the Caucasus Mountains; and (b) an in-depth, excellent feature from Karl Shuker which graphically points out that not all the monsters seen in Loch Ness are of a plesiosaur-like nature. An excellent issue, and one not to be missed!