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Hayabusaoo7

Vampire, Werewolf,Witches

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Hello All!

I remember a book that was at my elementary that would depict werewolves & vampires and how you were one. One part that sticks out was they illustrated some hands and if you had a certain way of hand you could be werewolf. Also something about your teeth and how they were formed. This was in the mid 80's. I remember being in AWE!! Searched the web and cannot find anything. Maybe any of you folks remember a similar book or a title. thanx

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Thank you ealdwita.

Already looked at the site before. Spent 3 hrs searching for this thing online.....

Guess keep looking!

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Those look very interesting!! Although I think it was published in the 70's or 80's.

Think I'll order a couple. Good find!

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Strigoi by wynter wilkins is s very good read..wynterwilkins.com

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it's not the one you're looking for but I did find a book that was very interesting. it's a collection of different essays all about topics related to this. it's called Werewolves, Witches, and Wandering Spirits: Traditional Belief & Folklore in Early Modern Europe. hope it helps.

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"THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF Witches & Witchcraft" 2econd Edition ,ROSEMARY ELLEN GUILEY.

"THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF Vampires, Werewolves, and Other Monsters", same author.

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The OP hasn't been active on this site since Jul 18 2012. There's little point in posting any further information for him to see.

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