In 1790, a beast was spotted in Wales that defied explanation. It was described as being a large wolf that had no tail. They believed it to be around seven feet in length.
No mention of werewolves would be complete without a mention of Montague Summers, werewolf hunter extraordinaire, or his predacessor Sabine Baring-Gould. For the record, werewolves are most known for unbridled cruelty, bestial ferocity, and ravening hunger. History states a werewolf has: