Debunking a werewolf myth!
Charlotte resident Frances Allen remembers the refreshingly cold and clear water that bubbled from Hall Springs in her youth. She remembers the image of her grandfather reading his Bible under a lamp in the old log cabin near the spring.
Allen, however, doesn’t ever recall a werewolf romping around Hall Springs, aka Werewolf Springs. She said her grandson, however, is familiar with the legend.
In the Oct. 28 edition of The Herald, I wrote an article detailing the legendary “Wolfman of Borneo,” who escaped a circus train that derailed outside Burns in the mid-1800s. The beast has been rumored to stalk the area surrounding Hall Springs ever since.