G. Lenôtre (Théodore Gosselin)
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From 1764 to 1767, the French province of Gévaudan fell prey to a ferocious animal, a wolf the likes of which had never been seen before.
The cunning, powerful beast, fearing neither men nor weapons, set the region on fire and bloodshed and held the king's dragons in check, like the wolf-troopers sent in pursuit for months.
The chronicle of his misdeeds and the number of his victims, men, women or children, are enough to make people shiver, especially since we do not know for sure what this terrifying creature was...
Original release date : 1933
Year of publication of the presented edition : 2016 (43 pages)
Editor : Banquises & Comètes
The author :
G. Lenôtre (1855-1935), historian and passionate researcher, tells us this incredible story with his usual talent, bringing to life the main protagonists of a case that has not finished making people talk about it.
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