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The werewolf demon of London

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Ritoban Mukherjee: The only reason stories of werewolves don't seem credible to me is that they tend to be very ancient ones, dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries. These cases can be denied considering the superstitious nature of the people in those days and the backwardness of science. But today I have, after a lot of tireless research, found out a very convincing account of a true werewolf, as recent as 1983, that was investigated by famous demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. Moreover, this isn't just a case of lycanthropy, but of demonic possession as well. Curious? Here I present you the hair-raising account of the true Werewolf Demon of London, one of the most intriguing investigations of the Warrens.

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You want to read about dozens of current accounts of werewolves or dogmen?

Look up an author named Linda S. Godfrey.

She has a handful of books and is the foremost authority on the subject.

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Hi Admin. I am Ritoban Mukherjee,the columnist. This column article has been already posted on Unexplained Mysteries here: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/column.php?id=257002 . The same article has been posted twice. I had sent a recent article on S.S. Ourang Medan for publishing on my column, not this one, which has earlier been sent by me. I appreciate your replacing this post with my new one.

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I never seemed to get into this idea of dog-men and man-wolfs.. but lately it's really starting to interest me.

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