Let all good women and men across the land, hear the call to the London Fortean Society meeting, yee noted:
27 September 2012 – The Natural Historie of the European Werewolf
The werewolf is a common horror motif, but what did people during the witchhunt of sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe really mean when they accused someone of “lycanthropy”? An evening discussing films, history and analysis at which we will find out who is worse – man or beast. Deborah Hyde blogs on “Superstition, Religion and Being Human.”
Each LFS evening begins with the Fortmanteau, our monthly summary of strange news stories.
London Fortean Society meets on the last Thursday of each month except July and
upstairs at the Bell, 50 Middlesex Street, London E1 7EX (www.thebellpub.co.uk)
tubes: Liverpool Street, Aldgate, Aldgate East
7.30pm for 8pm start. £3/£2 concessions