Tagged: werewolf legends

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Faoladh and Ossory – Irish werewolf folklore

In ancient Irish folklore, the werewolf is known as faoladh or conroicht.  The faoladh (Irish werewolf) is similar to the werewolf you may be familiar with – it is a man or woman that shapeshifts into a wolf. Unlike North American werewolf...

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Navajo SkinWalker

Native Americans believe in werewolves. The Navajo (Native Americans of the Southwestern United States) have a term for werewolves (or what they call skinwalkers) – the Yenaldlooshi (more commonly however, the Navajo werewolf goes by the term Skinwalker).  The Navajo word Yenaldlooshi...

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don’t stop believing

Is seeing believing? People believe in werewolves and don’t stop believing. Is it because of werewolf sightings that they continue believing? I don’t think so, there are more werewolf myths than there are facts about werewolves, which make werewolves more of a...