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“FEAR? Your pardon, Messieurs, but the meaning of fear you do not know. No, I hold to my statement. You are soldiers, adventurers. You have known the charges of regiments of dragoons, the frenzy of wind-lashed seas. But fear, real hair-raising, horror-crawling fear, you have not known. I myself have known such fear; but until the legions of darkness swirl from hell’s gate and the world flames to ruin, will never such fear again be known to men.”–Robert E. Howard (Wolfshead)
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Children of Horror,
You are a guest in a castle off the African coast. Locked in your room, something tries to scratch and paw its way in. A wolf’s howl brings a spine-tingling chill down your spine. At the same time a woman’s scream steels your nerve to leave and find out what has attacked. Outside the sanctuary of your room, down a dark castle hallway, you run into a stealthy creature in the darkness. Striking a flint for light you notice a form appearing. Why does its shadow resemble a wolf’s head?
Tonight, we continue our series of the best werewolf stories ever written. Terrifying, horrific, and haunting, the coven of horror masters that wrote these lurid tales will release their inner beast. Our fourth beast to tear out your soul is Robert E. Howard’s “Wolfshead”. Enjoy! -JL