When Werewolves Attack

The history of lycanthrope stretches back to man’s beginnings. From cave drawings and tribal folklore, from the Inquisition to the 20th Century, man’s fascination with werewolves has never wavered. New information is uncovered daily and the field of study has been ripped wide open with new information.

Now there is finally a book that covers all the diverse elements of these cursed but greatly misunderstood creatures. From the bloodstained history from Europe and into the New World, especially the United States, these creatures have been documented like no other.

But there is also a need for practical information as well. “When Werewolves Attack” supplies just that type of insight. How do you detect a werewolf when they are in human form? What if a family member is a werewolf? How do you defend yourself from an attack, in terms of weaponry and fortification whether you are inside or out in the woods? How do you escape from an attack of savage lycanthropes?

Don’t be caught flat-footed again. This is the field guide everybody needs to protect themselves and their family.

Del Howison

Del Howison is an award-winning editor, journalist, fiction author and actor. He has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award four times (and won it once), for the Black Quill Award twice, for the Shirley Jackson Award and for the Rondo Hatton Award. Along with his wife Sue, he founded and has operated Dark Delicacies (America's Home of Horror) in Burbank for 17 years.

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