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I love werewolves is back at updating the podcasts!

As many of you know we have created many podcasts over the years ranging in topics from The Kraken, to Man Eating Plants, to the Christmas Goblin, as well as topics about the werewolf and the vampire. We love discussing anything and everything that comes to our mind that most just brush off as fictional or merely storytelling, at ilovewerewolves.com anything and everything is possible.

We encourage you to submit suggestions of topics and engage in discussions about these topics. As we near the end of the year we intend to cover a range of subjects that will keep you interested, engaged, and at the edge of your seat.

Our newest podcast episode to kick off our new series is about NIGHTMARES! Check it out at the bottom of the page!

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Werewolf967

I am the second contributor to the ilovewerewolves home. Buddy is the first.

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4 Responses

  1. Gabriel says:

    Maybe do a podcast on the subject of (the) shadow people. I find those incidents interesting to say the least. Maybe do sleep paralysis along with it.

  2. Lee Ann says:

    Sleep paralysis and shadow people actually are two very much connected topics when it comes to hauntings, possession and the effects the supernatural world have on everyday life 🙂

  3. Gabriel says:

    @Lee Ann: that’s why I said it. I think both are very great for discussions seperatly, but they do seem to lead to eachother often.

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