WEREWOLVES IN FICTION: The 1897 Novel Dracula
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Did you know that in The 1897 novel Dracula and the short story “Dracula’s Guest” Count Dracula stated in the novel that legends of werewolves originated from his Szekely bloodline, who himself is also depicted with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf at will during the night but is unable to do so during the day except at noon.
Woah …Interesting. I did not know that.
I might delve further into this topic in a later blog post & podcast episode.
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