werewolf syndrome

ALICE DOHERTY THE MINNESOTA wolf GIRL

ALICE DOHERTY – The Minnesota Woolly Girl

The ‘Minnesota Woolly Girl’ – Alice Elizabeth Doherty – holds the unique distinction of being the only recorded American to be born with hypertrichosis lanuginosa. A condition exceedingly rare and unusual. Born with a mane of fine and silky blonde hair; she was an American Werewolf. Alice was born on March 14,1887 in Minneapolis to…

WEREWOLF SYNDROME - Hypertrichosis

WEREWOLF SYNDROME – Hypertrichosis

  The Wolf Boy, Living Werewolf or Dog-Faced Boy have been fixtures of the sideshow world for centuries. Jo-Jo, the Dog-Faced Boy is likely the most famous of the lot however cases of hypertrichosis have been reported and documented long before Jo-Jo. Hypertrichosis is really a blanket medical term that refers to excessive body hair….

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BARBARA URSLERIN – The Hairy Maid

  Barbara Urslerin presents one of the earliest and most well documented historical cases of hypertrichosis on record. ‘The Hairy Maid’ was born in February of 1629 near the village of Kempten, Germany. She was purported to be the only member of her family afflicted with the mutation which is rather unique situation and quite…

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TAI DJIN – Kung Fu Werewolf

  Sometimes a story comes along that contains so many fanciful elements one must assume that it is the work of fiction. Such is the story of Su Kong Tai Djin. Tai Djin was born in China in 1849. He was born unique, afflicted with hypertrichosis. Unlike Jo-Jo, who would be born a few decades…

THE SACRED FAMILY OF BURMA

  In 1826 an expedition led by John Crawfurd visited the court of Ava, a province in Burma. In his published account of the visit, Crawfurd described meeting a wolf man named Shew-Maong. The account was the first documented encounter with hypertrichosis since Petrus Gonzales. At the age of five, Shwe-Maong was given to the…