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  • The Book of Were-Wolves - Full text of Sabine Baring-Gould's classic at the Project Gutenberg available in plain text, html or zipped versions.
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  • The Book of Werewolves - Sabine Baring-Gould's 1865 classic book on werewolves, including page and chapter index but not all illustrations.
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  • A Brief History of Werewolves - Timeline summary of the werewolf in history, folklore and literature; includes links.
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  • Hell Horror: Werewolves - Introductory summaries of traditional folklore, science, and modern fiction from around the world.
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  • I Love Werewolves - With origins and myths, an entertainment oriented blog based on fact, fiction, and discussion; film transformation videos.
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  • Legend of the Werewolf - Facts about werewolves and lycanthropy taken from legends, psychology and fiction.
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  • Lycanthropy in North America - Descriptions of the Cajun werewolf of Louisiana and Native American skinwalkers from both folkloric and cryptozoology perspectives.
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  • Queer Werewolves - A site dedicated to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered werewolves and shape-changers. Contains book and movie reviews, stories, chat and more.
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  • Therianthropy - Terminology and etymology relating to werewolf and animal transformation mythology, including explanations of scholarly terms, usage of slang by modern subcultures.
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  • Werewolf Legends from Germany - A collection of traditional folk tales, including some from Croatia, Luxembourg and Slovakia.
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  • The Werewolf Page - A collection of resources pertaining to legend of the werewolf, including information on fiction and popular culture.
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  • Werewolves - International folklore, beliefs and modern influences, depictions in fiction and games, comparisons to vampires.
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  • Werewolves: The Myths & The Truths - Exploring truths and myths around werewolf legends from scientific point of view.
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  • Wikipedia: Shapeshifting - Discusses varieties of transformation, famous characters in mythology and the fan community.
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  • Wikipedia: Werewolf - Encyclopedia article on werewolves, including sections on international history and origins, science and fiction.
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