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The beast of Gévaudan…
From 1764 to 1767, she sowed terror from Langogne to Pinols, from Saugues to Aumont-Aubrac.
She escaped every pursuit, every time. She showed herself to be more intelligent than the man, than the men who tracked her down, trapped her... in vain.
Ten times we kill her! Ten times, like the Phoenix, it is reborn from its ashes. Who was she? Thirty historians, from the simple amateur to the academic, as unenlightened as each other, have tried to identify the Beast by accusing, very lightly, "Canis lupus" our European wolf.
In 1988, in the first edition of this book, R. F. Dubois demonstrated the futility of the claims of historians, academics or not, to want a culprit foreign to the man when the crime was obvious. In 1989, the second edition definitively exonerated the wolf.
In the present edition, the enigma is solved and the Beast identified! The man, or rather the men who hid behind the hound trained to kill, who led him, guided him, the men are finally unmasked.
Year of publication of the presented edition : 1990