History of the werewolf

Thought I’d just share some werewolf history and info on what I’ve found on how far back you can find references to werewolves. A 1978 book by Ian Woodward called THE WEREWOLF DELUSION: A fully documented, thoroughly researched investigation into the world of the werewolf says that the Vikings may have brought the werewolf folklore into the Americas and introduced it to Native American tribes. Going farther back, it is thought that the werewolf originated in ancient Persia in paleolithic times (in other words, the stone age). Almost every culture has some knowledge of the werewolf. Check out the names for what a werewolf is called in other countries.

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13 Responses

  1. Chester says:

    Buddy, you look like a dog. Are you sure you’re not a weredog?

    I am looking for leads on my best friend’s killers. They were werewolves. And you probably already know this, but there is an armistice being called for between weredogs and werewolves. So, maybe we can talk. If you would help me find Rex’s killers it would go a long way toward peace between our werekind.

    I have some more information on werehistory, for dogs and wolves, and the war that has gone on between us for eons. I will post about that on my blog.

    Chester

  2. Buddy says:

    Hi Chester…. You’re a weredog? or a werewolf? Can you tell me more about the armistice between weredogs and werewolves? Also, what is your blog? I cannot say that I am actually a weredog, although I can see why you think I look that way.

  3. Emily says:

    hey guys. okay, so what IS the difference of a weredog and werewolf? Me, I’m a werewolf, but Ive never heard of a weredog??? 🙂

  4. Buddy says:

    Hi Emily,
    weredogs are like werewolves, except instead of a person turning into a wolf, it’s a person that turns into a dog. I made a post about it here http://ilovewerewolves.com/blog/werewolves-and-weredogs/

    Buddy

  5. austin buckley says:

    hey Buddy !!!
    how did you become a werewolf ? I want to know because I know at lest 25 diffrent ways and about 7 seem relly dum.

  6. HowlingMoon says:

    ^w^ Weredogs!!!!! :3 They sound cute…. :3

  7. TheMuntDregger says:

    Can’t understand why no one is poasting on alt.horror.werewolves anymore.
    Isn’t it about time we claimed it back from Meow ?

  8. SabreWind says:

    It is difficult to reclaim such a site with such a well known story compared to a place like this, it is small yes but perfect

  9. SabreWind says:

    Here the human count is small so nuisances are not as high

  10. lee ann says:

    lol true but you should be nicer to them we all have contacts among them

  11. SabreWind says:

    But those humans who are frequents are trustworthy and are welcome in our pack

  12. Re-searcha says:

    Hey buddy you never answered austin buckley’s question on how you became a werewolf? were you avoiding this question?

    lol probably doesn’t want to say the wrong thing, and offend his silly followers. Here austin, i’ll say it for him. He can’t answer that question, because HE IS NOT A WEREWOLF, AND NEVER WAS. His silence is a clever ploy so that if he is ever interrogated he can say that he never admitted or rejected himself being a werewolf. Austin wise up man, you are been led by a charlatan. (and no, a charlatan is not some kind of supernatural creature, a charlatan is a fraud).

  13. lee ann says:

    whats with the jabs at buddy man? lay off

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