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Looks like The Beast of Gévaudan

Looks like The Beast of Gévaudan

View of French mountainsides. Much like the scenery Dr. Connor Amon travels through in "Tale of the Gévaudan Beast."

View of French mountainsides. Much like the scenery Dr. Connor Amon travels through in "Tale of the Gévaudan Beast."

Next Burma mentions briefly the Beast of Gévaudan, a man-eating wolf, dog, or wolf-dog hybrid that terrorized the Margeride Mountains in south-central France between 1764 and 1767. Dozens of youngsters were attacked and killed by the beast. The best account in English is Jay M. Smith, Monsters of the Gévaudan (Harvard University Press, 2011).

Next Burma mentions briefly the Beast of Gévaudan, a man-eating wolf, dog, or wolf-dog hybrid that terrorized the Margeride Mountains in south-central France between 1764 and 1767. Dozens of youngsters were attacked and killed by the beast. The best account in English is Jay M. Smith, Monsters of the Gévaudan (Harvard University Press, 2011).

Artist's rendition of the Beast of Gévaudan. Based on descriptions from terrified survivors.

Artist's rendition of the Beast of Gévaudan. Based on descriptions from terrified survivors.

The Beast of Gévaudan was a creature that terrorized south-central France from 1764-1767. It attacked up to 210 times, killing & eating 113 & injuring 49. Descriptions of the beast varied. Some said it was wolf-like, others a cat. All agreed it was large. The King sent professional hunters & soldiers to no effect. The beast was shot several times, but kept killing. Finally a local named Jean Chastel killed an unusual wolf, after which the killings ceased. What the beast was remains unknown.

The Beast of Gévaudan was a creature that terrorized south-central France from 1764-1767. It attacked up to 210 times, killing & eating 113 & injuring 49. Descriptions of the beast varied. Some said it was wolf-like, others a cat. All agreed it was large. The King sent professional hunters & soldiers to no effect. The beast was shot several times, but kept killing. Finally a local named Jean Chastel killed an unusual wolf, after which the killings ceased. What the beast was remains unknown.

The Greatest Werewolf Art Of The Middle Ages And Renaissance . The Beast of Gévaudan, "a calf-sized men-eating wolf" that attacked about 210 people, resulting in 113 deaths (98 of them were partly eaten), between 1764 and 1767 .

The Greatest Werewolf Art Of The Middle Ages And Renaissance . The Beast of Gévaudan, "a calf-sized men-eating wolf" that attacked about 210 people, resulting in 113 deaths (98 of them were partly eaten), between 1764 and 1767 .

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