Mike Fuller’s LYCANTHROPE: 1 Of 5 Man With The Velvet Eyes’ SILVER CHRONICLES, For Halloween 2009, Now October13!!

October 13, 2009

Mike Fuller’s LYCANTHROPE: 1 Of 5 Episodes Of The Man With The Velvet Eyes’ SILVER CHRONICLES, For Halloween 2009, Now October13!!

Why And How A Man Could Be Changed Into A Wolf Or A Monster Look-Alike? Nature Secret Of The Ancient Times According To Some Witnesses And Specialists.

Why And How A Man Could Be Changed Into A Wolf Or A Monster Look-Alike? Nature's Secret Of The Ancient Times According To Some Witnesses And Specialists.

Mike Fuller
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– THE SILVER CHRONICLES –
The Man With The Velvet Eyes Darkest Stories
‘THE REAL FICTION IS THE REALITY’
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1. THE LYCANTHROPE.
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Gregor Stockhoff was the mayor of Grantinavech, our town in the North of Czechoslovakia, far, far away from Prague. The location was not on the maps because there was a military factory there and that fact had to stay secret, always secret, according to the authorities.
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Grantinavech was a strange town to some extend but not for us. The factory’s workers were coming from another city. We had no cemetery but an agreement with the closest town to bury our dead in their cemetery. It was a tradition here and we did not know the origin of it, except the priest maybe, I think, but he did not speak. We also knew that there was some natural chemical products below us, underground, but we did not care because we were proud to live in Grantinavech. At night, dogs barked every full moon and some other nights known by astrology believers, we respected that a lot, it was a part of our cultural roots.
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Stockhoff was criticized by our population because he was, according to us,  a pro-communist Moscow’s agent, he had Russian Origins. Officially, he was politically involved only in The Party For The Animals Protection and a less well-known organization, The European Lycanthropes Society.
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I heard that Lycanthropes were forbidden in the United States where they called them werewolfs because of the danger that they represent and the man you name Velvet Eyes, Jonathan Founders, asked for an appointment with Stockhoff for the reason that he was doing a study about the popularity development of the lycanthropes in Europe.
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Stockhoff was a regular fellow except the fact that he went to the barber twice a day. Once a month, the mayor was leaving to visit his mother who lived in the  middle of the forest of Grantinavech. His wife died two years earlier in a horse accident. He had no child and a passion for hiking.
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He accepted an interview with Velvet Eyes who arrived late because of a train incident, at almost 10 in the evening! Stockhoff was still waiting because of a teeth crisis. He lived at City Hall, on the third floor and the dentist was in his office, on the first floor at 8:30, Gregor was kind of screaming then the American Eyes came  and we were the witnesses of it!
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It was full moon that night and I remembered it when my dog began to bark, more and more, beginning 11. We knew thath the mayor was with the spy, I still think that Founders was a spy, but we could not do anything!
It was known by religious people in the 1930's that there was no cemetery in Grantinavech because until 1922, the mayor of the town was sadly, from a generation to another, a werefolf and the population after death had to be protected in another city where he did not live and could not come. On the picture: tombstones in the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague.

It was known by religious people in the 1930's that there was no cemetery in Grantinavech because until 1922, the mayor of the town was sadly, from one generation to another, a werefolf and the population after death had to be protected in another city where he did not live and could not come. On the picture: tombstones in the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague.

Werewolfs maybe don’t exist but what we saw that night leaving the mayor’s office was a mix between a human dog and a weird savage creature looking like a lion and a wolf. In the room, the man with the Velvet Eyes was on the ground with blood and a deep trauma confusion. We sent him to the hospital where he staid two nights. I heard that he was amnesic all his life about that night and had no memories at all of his short stay in Grantinavech. One told me that he was also suffering from nightmares but I am not sure about that. Consequently, we will never know what happened, probably a fight. The mayor disappeared at that time and did not come back.

We never met him again. The beast left forever too and a friend informed me that the Russian Pravda wrote two months later that the body of a huge monster looking like a panther had been found close to Moscow, obviously killed by a car or a truck. Was it this animal we saw?

Signed: The One Who Knows
(presently still living in Grantinavech)

PS: Mr. Founders passed away last year in 1972 and I want this story to be known as a part of his adventures in Europe even if I never appreciated him, especially when he became famous after the war thanks to the Newsweek’s article ”The Man With The Velvet Eyes’. If I send this letter to you, journalist of the New York Times in New York, it is because I am sure that you will keep this information and publish it maybe one day as a part of our century’s history. Thank you! Thank you very much.

In Mike Fuller's Novel. Jonathan Founders Got An International Notoriety Thanks To A 1946 Newsweek Article Titled 'The Man with The Velvet Eyes' And A Second One In 1952, 'Velvet Eyes, 6 Years Later' About Founders And His Wife Valentine As American Humanitarians And Diplomats. On The Picture: The Cover of the January 16, 1939 issue of Newsweek magazine Featuring Felix Frankfurter on the cover. The issue cost 10 cents!

In Mike Fuller's Novel. Jonathan Founders Got An International Notoriety Thanks To A 1946 Newsweek Article Titled 'The Man with The Velvet Eyes' And A Second One In 1952, 'Velvet Eyes, 6 Years Later' About Founders And His Wife Valentine As American Humanitarians And Diplomats. On The Picture: The Cover of the January 16, 1939 issue of Newsweek magazine Featuring Felix Frankfurter on the cover. The issue cost 10 cents!

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