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Werewolf Origin was inspired by the 1941 movie, The Wolf Man. This classic film starred Lon Chaney, Jr.

A clan of gypsies comes into a village in Wales. Lon Chaney is bitten by a werewolf in his attempt to save a girl. The girl dies, but he did kill the monster, who was Bela, a gypsy fortuneteller. Unfortunately for Lon, he becomes a werewolf, and so begins the genre. What is not revealed is how Bela first became a wolf man; this book is a prequel to the movie and reveals this mystery.

More than that, this novella is about love, friendship, and determination. There is a strong independent woman, Larene who works with the young dedicated physician, Dr. Paul Thomas. Together as a team, aided by their friends, they experience something incredible.

Written by Dr. Alex Cullison, an author who brings imagination, adventure, romance, fear, and sensitivity to this story. Werewolf Origin was written to provide entertainment to a wide range of listeners, both young and old.

©2016 Dr Alex Cullison (P)2016 Dr Alex Cullison

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Amateurish

Instead of mid 19th century Wales the performances sound like a high school play in modern American suburbia. The sheriff with the forced gruff wild west accent is hilariously bad. Real Welsh or at least British accented performers would have gone a long way. Nice try but not very convincing or the least bit scary.