Ancient And Complex Werewolf Monsters


Werewolves, these beastly monsters had no problem shifting into human form and then back to beast. A transformation of a human being into a wolf, the famous monster Werewolf  often possess a uni-brow, hairy palms, jutting teeth and pointed ears,, like a wolf. Having an appetite for eating humans, these famous monsters have been written about a lot and are a favorite among movies relating to non-fictional monsters or characters.

Werewolf monster hunts, just like the witch hunts in the 1600's, took place in the same time period. In France alone, there are more than 30,000 recorded cases of people claiming to have seen werewolves. Possible causes behind the monster Werewolf include hypertrichosis, which is a genetic disorder in people that can lead to a very thick hair over their faces and bodies.


The werewolf legend goes back to thousands of years. The lore and tradition of the famous monster Werewolf are both ancient and complex. It is believed to be a human shape shifter who, changes into a wolf under a full moon. They are said to devour animals, people or corpses at night, but returns to normal human form by day. Some werewolves are known to change shape at will; while in others the condition is hereditary. It may also be acquired by having been bitten by a werewolf monster.

Belief in the monster Werewolf is found all across the world. You can tell if someone is a werewolf is they have rough hairy palms, crescent moon tattoos, slanting eye brows meeting the middle and a much longer third finger on each hand. But how does one become a werewolf monster? Well, according to the facts related to these famous monsters, you can become a werewolf if you consume the brain of a werewolf, drink from a place where werewolves have drank from, wear or smell the plant wolfbane or are bitten by a Werewolf itself.

All of the above are superstition and folklore, of course, passed on from generations gone by. Some of the most popular movies on famous monsters include the Wolfman movies of the '50s and the more special-effects laden films like An American Werewolf in London. Today, the werewolf is a standard character in horror culture and Halloween costumes.