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October 24, 2018

Werewolves of Wolf-Land and Wolf Peak Territory by Savanna Kougar

Originally posted at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTION.

WELCOME TO WOLF-LAND, HOME TO WEREWOLVES, ONCE UPON A TIME — HAVE THEY MIGRATED TO WOLF PEAK TERRITORY? 


RECENTLY SPOTTED DURING *FIND A HALLOWEEN WEREWOLF* NIGHT IN WOLF PEAK 


October-spooky bites, howls and yowls, shapeshifter lovers. 

Once upon a time, last spring in fact, I began writing a post about a place in Ireland that was once named, Wolfland. Okay, I never got to finish. Certainly not unusual these days, given how my life is currently. 

Anyhoo, that post was a flash-scene story [partially written] inspired by this article: Howling Against the Moon: The Last Wolves of Ireland ~ http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/howling-against-moon-last-wolves-ireland-005297~ 

Now, fast forward to a COAST TO COAST AM show this October 2018 that featured Paul Sinclair and his research on the Fixton Werewolf, in where? The place known as Wolf-land ~https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2018/10/06~ 

HERE’S THE BLURB: 

Origins of Halloween/ Flixton Werewolf

During the latter part of the program, researcher Paul Sinclair reported on accounts of a creature known as the Flixton Werewolf (https://truthproof.webs.com/images). “I’m not here tonight to subscribe to the idea of lycanthropy, however, I do believe something exists, something very real otherwise it would not have been reported and come through over a period of hundreds of years,” Sinclair said. The village of Flixton is built on an ancient archaeological site, and in the 10th century a refuge was constructed there “to protect travelers from an infestation of savage beasts… lest they be devoured,” he explained, adding Flixton was once called Wolf-land.

Sinclair related an account from 1948, when two boys playing on burial mounds near Flixton encountered a creature resembling a dog that was squatting and looking at something in its clawed hands. The beast lifted its head, looked at them, and the boys ran away, he continued, noting the creature did not pursue them. During the 1960s, a farmer from a nearby village was walking along a drainage ditch, opened a gate, and claimed a large clawed hand touched him. “He could see the hand and felt the hand, so there is a physical presence to whatever we’re dealing with,” Sinclair disclosed. In another account from the same decade, two men traveling by motorcycle happened upon a large, hair-covered creature with red eyes. Again, it did not pursue them, Sinclair pointed out. “I honestly believe that we’re seeing a glimpse into some other dimension,” he proposed.

https://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2018/10/06

PAUL SINCLAIR’S BOOK: truthproof.webs.com

Flixton Werewolf 

WEREWOLF AND THE THREE LITTLE PIGS, A HALLOWEEN PLAY IN WOLF PEAK 


RUNNING THE STREETS AROUND MOONRISE LAKE’S HAUNTED HOUSE 


LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD AND HER WEREWOLF HALLOWEEN-ENTERTAIN THOSE WHO LIVE IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY 


BLACK WEREWOLF, HE’S ON PATROL GUARDING WOLF PEAK TERRITORY 

ONE OF WOLF PEAK’S SUPER-SOLDIER WEREWOLVES 

ELDER FROM WOLF-LAND, HE NOW LIVES IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY 

THIS ICONIC WEREWOLF STATUE STANDS GUARD AT THE HAUNTED HOUSE 


COSTUMED AS LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, THIS WOLF PEAK WITCH IS ATTENDING ONE OF THE HALLOWEEN PARTIES WITH HER WOLF FAMILIAR 


WEREWOLF ART, VERY POPULAR DURING THE HALLOWEEN SEASON 

PORTRAIT OF A SHIFTER WOLFESS FROM WOLF-LAND … SHE LOVES BEING IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY


SHAPESHIFTER WOLF AND HIS FAIRY FRIEND ENJOY A STARRY NIGHT 


OTHER-WORLD SHIFTER WOLF WHO RECENTLY ARRIVED IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY, A FRIENDLY AMBASSADOR FOR HIS PLANET-WORLD … HE’S ENJOYING THE HALLOWEEN CELEBRATIONS  


WEREWOLFESS, SHE ADORES ROAMING THE FORESTS OF WOLF PEAK TERRITORY 


DRESSED TO KILL FOR THE PARKLAND THAT SURROUNDS THE HAUNTED HOUSE … THIS HALLOWEEN TOUR IS ALWAYS FILLED 

ANCIENT IMMORTAL SOLDIER… HE’S A WEREWOLF SHAPESHIFTER, AND ONE OF THE FIERCEST GUARDS WHO WATCHES OVER THE HUGE UNDERGROUND COMPOUND WHERE MOST IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY LIVE, WORK, AND LOVE EACH OTHER  

THE WEREWOLFESS COUNCIL OF WOLF PEAK TERRITORY … A MOONLIT GATHERING FOR THE SEASON OF SAMHAIN 

PORTRAIT OF WOLF PEAK’S VERY OWN SHAMAN WOLF WARRIOR … HE LEADS MYSTICAL CELEBRATIONS DURING HALLOWEEN 

IMAGINE IF YOU’RE AN INTRUDER, OR AN ARMY THAT UNWISELY INVADES WOLF PEAK TERRITORY … YOU COME FACE TO FACE WITH A PROTECTIVE PACK OF BLACK WEREWOLVES … YES, THIS NIGHTMARE LIVES 

AND THIS NIGHTMARE LIVES … FORTUNATELY, THEY’RE PALS WITH DANTE, THE ALPHA WOLF LEADER, OF WOLF PEAK TERRITORY 

ONE OF THE HIDDEN CASTLES IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY … THIS ONE IS THE HOME OF AN ANCIENT WEREWOLF CLAN … THEY OFTEN THROW GREAT BANQUET-PARTIES 

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October 1, 2018

Welcome to Author Kate Hill’s HALLOWEEN Pages from Savanna Kougar

A *SPOOKTACULAR FOR FUN* WITCHY FLIGHT OVER MOONRISE LAKE, MONTANA — THE SMALL BUT GROWING TOWN IN WOLF PEAK TERRITORY 

Originally posted at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTION

Here’s the list of featured authors and their books. Mine is October 7, 2018. ~ http://www.kate-hill.com ~ 

 
Andi Ramos
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
CeeRee Fields
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Cornelia Amiri
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Dulce Dennison
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Eria Ridley
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Harley Wylde
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Heather Hiestand
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Heather Sheldon
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Helen Henderson
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
J. Rose Allister
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Janell Michaels
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Jessica Coulter Smith
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Kathy Kulig
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Kenzi Mack
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Leona Bushman
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October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Lily Vega
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October 7th Blog Spot:
 
M. Garnet
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Maureen L. Bonatch
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Megan Slayer
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
N.J. Walters
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Savanna Kougar
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Tina Donahue
Halloween Page Spot:
October 7th Blog Spot:
 
Valerie Ullmer
Halloween Page Spot:
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