The second part of Werewolves is coming at you! Flora dives into the science, medicine, and social context of werewolves to shed some light on the current lore. How is the moon connected to them? What are the ways to kill or cure one? What medical conditions have been put forward to explain the condition? David explores the psychological side as well as how Hollywood shaped our understanding. Folklorist Deborah Hyde also shares her insights into the socio-economic aspects of the creature through history. Get ready for some deep and fun information to cap off this great topic on this episode of Blurry Photos!
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