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The Beast of Gévaudan: An Illustrated History
Written & Illustrated by: Zachary Feador

From 1764 to 1767, France was home to nature's most bizarre series of animal attacks. Devouring nearly 100 victims, the Beast of Gévaudan was an enigmatic wolf-like monster that terrorized the south-central French countryside. King Louis XV's most elite hunters would turn up empty handed as the Beast made increasingly daring escapes. What was the Beast? A wolf? A hyena? Or something more sinister? Learn about her most notorious atrocities, discover the bravery of those who fought back, and find out how the Beast was finally destroyed.

32 pages | Full Color Illustrations | $20.00 | Official Site | Purchase