The real curse was the hybrid curse: a curse placed on Klaus, an original vampire, to keep his werewolf side dormant.
She went to lunch with the werewolf, and she asked, “Can someone please take my picture with the werewolf?”
My daughter tells me that Bowler played Cooter, the werewolf in True Blood.
The goings-on of the Shreveport werewolf pack and Alcide (Joe Manganiello)?
Novelist Glen Duncan returns with a shocking new take on the werewolf legend.
The Albigenses tell of a young husband who, as a werewolf, slays his bride, then vanishes to be seen no more.
But how passing well doth he time his absence from the haunts of the werewolf.
Brit, under Lycanthropy: In England by the 17th century the werewolf had long been extinct.
I dreamed I was the werewolf—do not shudder, dear love, for 't was only a dream.
One of the guests tells a ghost story and another a tale of an adventure with a werewolf.
late Old English werewulf "person with the power to turn into a wolf," from wer "man" (see virile) + wulf (see wolf (n.); also see here for a short discussion of the mythology). Cf. Middle Dutch weerwolf, Old High German werwolf, Swedish varulf. In the ancient Persian calendar, the eighth month (October-November) was Varkazana-, literally "(Month of the) Wolf-Men."