"Like many seafaring mammals, mermaids tend to swim in pods, but it is not unusual to see them alone for extended periods of time. Although they always return to the nest when injured, after feeding, and to raise their young, mermaids tend to be very insular creatures, and enjoy time apart from their sisters."
Dr. Caulfield: Thank you for forwarding your friend's letter to me. Considering it was handwritten, I'm assuming that by now both Iz and the mermaid--or possibly siren--have reached Paris; however, I have to say, it's unlikely that there would be a nest here. The Seine empties into Le Havre, but its source is inland--between Montbard... Continue Reading →
"Hey Marka, Not sure if you remember me, but I've got a quick story about a Wendigo that I ran into up in Canada. From what I saw, the thing you got the other night was definitely one of the old bastards. Not sure how the hell it got to France, though."
"Ultimately, I was hoping to find some confirmation of the creature by posting the experience to this website. I've included a crude sketch from my log journal, and an audio clip of the Wendigo's roar."
"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 →