Real Wolfmen: A Review

Posted by: Nick Redfern on July 16th, 2012

Over at Mysterious Universe, I have a new post which focuses on the latest werewolf-themed book from Linda Godfrey, Real Wolfmen.

Here’s my opening words:

“If I was to ask you what two words are most relevant to the phenomenon of werewolves and lycanthropes you might well say ‘Full’ and ‘Moon.’ Or, ‘Silver’ and ‘Bullet.’ Well, you’re definitely on the right track, but I say those two words are ‘Linda’ and ‘Godfrey’! Yep, not only is Linda the most well-known chronicler of all-things wolfman-themed, but she’s certainly the most prolific one, too. Check out her track record to date: The Beast of Bray Road; Hunting the American Werewolf; Werewolves; and The Michigan Dogman. And, not forgetting Weird Wisconsin and Monsters of Wisconsin – both of which contain insightful data on such creepy critters. But, now for the news: Linda is back with yet another book on the subject. Its title: Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America.”

And here’s the link to the complete review…

Nick Redfern About Nick Redfern
Punk music fan, Tennents Super and Carlsberg Special Brew beer fan, horror film fan, chocolate fan, like to wear black clothes, like to stay up late. Work as a writer.

One Response to “Real Wolfmen: A Review”

  1. Joxman responds:

    I love Linda Godfrey’s books and am going to pick this on up too. I’ve always been fascinated by werewolves. I believe something is going on in Wisconsin and other areas.

    I don’t believe in men transforming into wolves, but I believe that there could be canine hybrids, cryptids etc.

    There was one account in BoBR, where a guy collecting roadkill and hit deer, stopped his truck and something jumped on the back, reached in and took a deer carcus. I think it was likely an emaciated bear, but it makes for some spooky reading. 🙂

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