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C&L Ep 28: HEART

C&L Ep 28: HEART

Welcome back to another episode of Supernatural Creatures and Lore. Playthings/strong> In this episode we discuss WEREWOLVES and the conversation quickly gets WEIRD….Want to know the most intimate details of an actress on screen Sex well here we go lol. We discuss as many variety of werewolves as we can in 45 mins. So if we miss anything please forgive us.
Air date: March 22, 2007

Sam and Dean investigate the death of a lawyer who appears to have been killed by a wild animal.
Season number: 2
Episode number: 17

My Co-host Actress Mel Heflin joins us. We pull the facts from a variety of sources and books, anything left out or facts you disagree with please be aware we are not experts in this field.

This podcast will be ONCE a month and coming out on the 24th of each month. We are going to TRY and stick to that schedule. If you noticed since December it has been doing that already.
Thanks to Jess-O-Lantern for the theme song.

4 Comments

  1. Scott
    July 8, 2018 at 5:09 pm

    That was fun and informative. But I can’t believe you forgot Universal’s first werewolf movie, The Werewolf of London (1935). Warren and Waddy should have mentioned Henry Hull walking with the Queen. 🙂

    • Chris
      July 10, 2018 at 10:47 pm

      Dude we ran over time on this episode as it is and tried to put as much info with movies and real world lore as we could. I’m sorry we are always going to miss some facts.

      • Scott
        July 11, 2018 at 6:21 pm

        Completely understandable. I didn’t mean to seem too critical. Besides Werewolf of London is often eclipsed by The Wolf Man. Lon Chaney’s Larry Talbot is the standard by which many judge werewolves. He even gets a major cameo in Friday the 13th’s “Scarlet Cinema” episode.

        • Chris
          July 11, 2018 at 6:27 pm

          Yeah well get to that episode soon I think

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