Dear Ms. Alighieri, I've just read and re-read your harrowing account a dozen times. A curious case, undoubtedly. The nature of certain creatures, what draws them to one another, has always vexed me. The reptilian, avian gargoyle and the vicious, aquatic mermaid. What would draw these environmentally-disparate creatures so close together? The biology alone befuddles... Continue Reading →
Ms. Alighieri, I recently received correspondence from a colleague who is currently abroad. His missive depicts a horrific scene, but one that falls outside of my typical purview. I am providing you with a transcription of his letter, rather than subjugating you to his original, scrawling handwriting. No need to thank me. Dr. Matthew T.... Continue Reading →
"Though resistant to many elements, most werewolves have a weakness for silver, and in some cases ash (from the tree, not the fireplace). Generally speaking a kill-shot with a silver bullet, stake, or other weapon is enough to put down a werewolf; however, it should be noted that there is a human inside the creature. Therefore, disabling the beast (consider silver chains or a silver cage) is more beneficial--from a rehabilitation standpoint--than executing the individual."
"To say that someone "has become a werewolf" is not only dangerously lacking in specificity, but is also, frankly insulting to those of us doing the due diligence to identify lycanthropic subspecies, categorize them, and provide the necessary materials for a proper treatment (assuming one is available)."
I'm excited to say that after being live for barely more than 24-hours, I have already received a verifiable submission to join the Association. Below please find the application and credentials of Dr. Matthew T. Caulfield. For more information about applying, please visit the About page. Ms. Alighieri, Before I get on with the pleasantries,... Continue Reading →