At the heart of the Horror: The truth about the Beast of Gevaudan
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Immerse yourself in a captivating story that will take you to the heart of one of the greatest enigmas in French history: the affair of the Beast of Gévaudan. In this book, discover the fascinating truth about this legendary creature that terrorized the region in the 18th century, through testimonies, in-depth historical and scientific research, analyzes of artistic works and new perspectives offered by modern techniques.
Explore the mysteries surrounding the identity of the Beast, the motivations for its attacks, the reactions of the population and the authorities, as well as the lasting consequences of this case on culture, literature, heritage and the collective imagination. An essential investigation for all lovers of history, mysteries and horror.
Year of publication of the presented edition : 2023 (April 9) (24 pages)
It starts with the first attack, a 14-year-old girl being attacked by the Beast and narrowly saved by her brother…never heard of a brother saving her!
Then we can read contradictions throughout this booklet, which are nevertheless put forward, by the author, as certainties. Once it is a wolf, another time a hybrid, while further on he indicates «…..modern scientists have studied the evidence to try to determine the animal space, but the results are uncertain…»
Then, which is totally false (never any remains of the Beast have ever been discovered) "DNA analyzes have been carried out on the remains of the Beast which have been preserved, thus making it possible to determine its species. The results showed that the Beast was actually a hybrid between a European wolf and a domestic dog…”
Reading this booklet, full of inaccuracies and false information, one has the impression that it was written by a teenager who was asked to work on the Beast of Gévaudan, or by ChatGPT.
I do not recommend that you purchase this booklet.