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In Bavarian folklore a Wolfssegen was an apotropaic charm against wolves; conversely, a Wolfbann (Wolf-Bann) was a malevolent spell causing a wolf attack. The Wolfssegner, or more generally Segner, were mostly destitute elderly men who made a living by selling charms or incantations. They were mostly tolerated in the 16th century, but from the 1590s they began to be persecuted as witches. During the early 1600s, a number of Wolfssegner are tried and executed as werewolves.

In Bavarian folklore a Wolfssegen was an apotropaic charm against wolves; conversely, a Wolfbann (Wolf-Bann) was a malevolent spell causing a wolf attack. The Wolfssegner, or more generally Segner, were mostly destitute elderly men who made a living by selling charms or incantations. They were mostly tolerated in the 16th century, but from the 1590s they began to be persecuted as witches. During the early 1600s, a number of Wolfssegner are tried and executed as werewolves.

"It was only several years later that UFOlogists and paranormal experts started drawing connections between Mothman and the bridge collapse. Suddenly, there were reports of Mothman flitting about the bridge days or even moments before the collapse... Stranger still were stories of Mothman trying to communicate with people, and unearthly encounters with a man calling himself Indrid Cold who looked odd and spoke as if unfamiliar with basic human concepts. How did a simple story get so…

Mothman: An Exposé

Loup Garou (you say it, "Loo-Ga-Roo")  Back in Louisiana, this was always the Cajun name for werewolves.

Scammers, Fake Reporters and Miserable Jameses, Watch Out for my Loup Garou!

Loup Garou (you say it, "Loo-Ga-Roo") Back in Louisiana, this was always the Cajun name for werewolves.

An example of how long fashionable hair was in those days.

Backs of Eight Unidentified Women with Long Hair, ca. 1880, Tintype, International Center of Photography 長い髪、およそ1880、鉄板写真、国際写真術センターの8人の正体不明の女性の背中

『絵本百物語』より「柳婆」

『絵本百物語』より「柳婆」柳婆は『絵本百物語』に描かれている、柳から現れたばばあの妖怪。『絵本百物語』上では前項が鍛冶が婆であり、強烈な連続ばばあ妖怪である。また、『絵本百物語』には「柳女」という似たような柳の妖怪も描かれている。柳は様々なイメージを持ち、その中でも「老い」や「病」に焦点を当てて産まれた妖怪だと思われる…

KIKIMORA - is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, sometimes said to be married to the Domovoi. Kikimora is said to look after the chickens and the housework if the home is well-kept. If not, she will tickle, whistle, and whine at the children at night. She also comes out at night to spin. It is said that a person who sees Kikimora spinning will soon die. To appease an angry Kikimora, one should wash all the pots and pans with fern tea. She usually lives behind the stove or in the…

KIKIMORA - is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, sometimes said to be married to the Domovoi. Kikimora is said to look after the chickens and the housework if the home is well-kept. If not, she will tickle, whistle, and whine at the children at night. She also comes out at night to spin. It is said that a person who sees Kikimora spinning will soon die. To appease an angry Kikimora, one should wash all the pots and pans with fern tea. She usually lives behind the stove or in the…

La bête du Gévaudan

かつてフランスではホグジラのように正体がつかめない動物による被害が起きている。名を「ジェヴォーダンの獣」といい、それに関連する一連の事件を「ジェヴォーダンの獣事件」という。そして、獣の正体はオオカミに...

Kikimora is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology. She usually lives behind the stove or in the cellar of the house where she haunts.

Kikimora is a female house spirit in Slavic mythology. She usually lives behind the stove or in the cellar of the house where she haunts.

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