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The Tale Of The Werewolf

~Please note that the text below is factual and does not attempt to offend anyone or violate anyones beliefs.~

Werewolves: MYTH?
During middle ages, especially from 15th to the 17th century, Europe was under the dark shadow of ignorance and supersticions. Towns were undeveloped and people lived near the woods. The fear of wolves was like a nightmare. Their attacks were frequent and atrociour in nature that people even feared to travel from one place to another. Every morning, countryside people would find half eaten human limber scattered on their fields. The first recorded werewolf siting took place around the countryside of german
The history behind his downfall was rather bizarre. He had started to practice sourcery when he was only twelve and was so obsessed with it, he even tried to make pact with the devil. Wearing a magic gridle, he started to attack his enemies, real or imaginary. After several months, he would take to the guise of a wolf and continued with his evil acts with more brutality.
In the wolf form he used to tear up victims throats and suck warm blood from their veins. Gradually his thirst for blood grew and he roamed around fields in search of prey.
The savagery of his crimes was beyond imagination. The trial record motroned few of them. Once two men and women were walking along through a forrest Stubbe used to hide in.
He called one of them into the forrest. When the man did not return for a long time the second one followed his trail and also disappeared into the forrest. When the men did not return for a long time the women fled for their lives.
Later two mangled male corpses were recovered from the forrest, but the womens bodies never reappeared. It was believed that Stubbe had devoured it all.
Young girls playing together or milking cows in the fields were frequent victims. He use to chase them down like a hound, catch the slowest one, rape her and kill her. Then he would drink hot blood and eat tender flesh from her body. However; the most gruesome sin he committed was upon his own son.
He took him to a nearby forrest, cracked the poor childs skull, opened and ate the brain from it. No punishment could match the magnitude of Stubbe's crimes. His flesh was pulled off with a red hot pincer, his arms and legs were smashed and then he was finally decapitated. His carcass was burned to ashes.
The magistrate of Bedburg built a grim monument remembering the gastly incident. Workmen put the torch atop of a tall pole with Stubbe's head above it structured with the likeliness of a wolf.
Sixteen pieces of yard long wood cuts were hung from the wheel commemoratin for the poor souls of the victims. The word of Stubbe's execution spread across the lands in no time. His brutality, atrocity and savagery were beyond human comprehension and was readily related with the behaviour of a wolf
People started to believe that such individuals with the shadows of wolves were living among them. They named them WEREWOLVES.

This page was created by the SOULR3AP3R. With the blood of both VAMPIRE and WEREWOLF fighting for peace between the two species. ©27/07/2006

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