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Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"72 pages Perfect-bound
“We saw a werewolf with a tabloid newspaper in his hand. Walkin’ through the streets of SoHo in the rain. He was lookin’ for the paper called Weekly World News, Gonna get a big dish of tabloid news fame! Ahhhhoooohhh, werewolves of WWN. Ahhhhoooohhh, werewolves of WWN.”
It was 1979. Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London” climbed the radio charts. Wolfman Jack, ruled the air. Iraq and Iran we’re still one country called, Iranq. By mid-Summer the price of gasoline reached $18.00 per gallon. That fall, the first copies of Weekly World News were unloaded off trucks and hit newsstand. America never looked back.
Except, of course, when werewolves tailed behind us.
If you needed a guide on how to spot those furry interlopers, you turned to Weekly World News. Since 1979, Weekly World News has served as this country’s werewolf almanac. For over 30 years, our team of journalists gave our nation the most comprehensive reporting on werewolves the world had ever witnessed.