The Ancient Icelandic Wolves. Shapeshifting Wolfmen

The Ancient Icelandic People had a tale passed down through the generations of one Man and his Son. It is probably amongst the most famous werewolf stories in Europe. The tale is found in a lore manuscript called the Volsunga Saga and it is the story of a father a Man named Sigmund and Sinfjotli, who was his son. They find themselves wandering through the forest, whereupon they come to a hut where they find two sleeping men who are under a spell – the spell the men are under means that for nine days they are wolves in their truest form, and on the tenth day they can take off the enchanted wolf skins and live as men again. Whilst as a wolf anyone under the spell will turn[…]

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