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North American werewolf real? or just pop fiction?

Well as im sure you all know the werewolf aka lycan or shifter have a lot of films and books writen about them, but is it based on some rare speaise or mutation? is it possable for a human to as those in the lycan comunitys say “P-Shift”? well there are my differnt things that cuase werewolf phonamna and i know manny people have studied and even reasuched the possabilitys, but i intend to find the truth behind the vale of superstition and the teenage twilight, and teen wolf “werewolves” becuse i belive it isent just a mutation or a phycalogical issue and not all “furrys” and other cosplay fans  and there has to be some fact behind the myth. if anyone reads this and has REAL information to share your welcome to! ill just post any new theroys. as for all the “furrys” and teen wolf fans i mean no offence i just wanna find the truth, and mabye myself!

I seen one

So this is crazy, butt yusterday i was talking a hike with my doog, and he started burking, yo got to listen to my stury, it is urgent, i wood like to discuss it with you in private, hit me up at [email protected] any time, i have clues to  how you can find a warewolve


Werewolf are real!

At the end of the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance, werewolves were considered equal to animals and wizards. Anyone suspected of turning into a wolf was burned or hanged (especially in France and Germany). 
In just over a hundred years, 30,000 werewolf trials were recorded in France. 

In 1584, it was Pierre Gandillon and his son Georges who devoured a large number of children, after having coated their bodies with a balm that transformed their appearance and behaviour: jumping on all fours, they grew sharp claws, their hair became shaggy and their eyes glowed like embers.

Rural populations believed very strongly in the existence of these "wolf men" who ravaged the countryside to attack humans and animals at night...  From the fifteenth century to the eighteenth century, nearly one hundred thousand people in Europe were recognized as "werewolves" and therefore condemned to be burned alive. According to Collin de Plancy, tens of thousands of other people were killed without trial by their villages: indeed, when a villager let suspect that he could be a werewolf, he was captured and skinned alive, the legend saying that his wolf hair was hidden under his skin …

Werewolf are an evolving version of humans and silent wolves. I’ve seen a few things about these beasts during my research.

From Davy Cop,
History lover.