The Book of Were-Wolves

The Book of Were-Wolves

by Sabine Baring-Gould (Author)

First published in 1865, Sabine Baring-Gould’s "The Book of Were-Wolves" is the first serious academic study and one of the finest ever done on the subject of lycanthropy and werewolf lore.

With the shocking histories of 10 famous cases, this classic blends science, superstition, and fiction to tell the full story of the were-wolves among us. 

Not relegating the were-wolf just to a secular and sceptical study, nor simply to spiritual banter, Baring-Gould manages to compress an enormous span of historical material into his work; a work which is no doubt of value to the academic and those involved with the occult at the same time.

Book Details

Publication Date
September 29, 2020
File size
963 KB