Debunking a werewolf myth!

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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.

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