You have just entered The Werewolf Café.  This website is not an easy site to find, so you must be here for one of the following reasons:

  1. You have an avid interest in werewolves and the "werewolf influence" may have drawn you to this site?
  2. Maybe you haphazardly came across this site and you were intrigued by the fact that this site is only open during a full moon?
  3. Maybe you were refered to this site by someone who or something that already knew this site existed?
It really doesn't matter what drew you here, it's just important that you are here now.  Today, marks the first full moon that The Werewolf Café is officially open for business.  There is much to say and much work to do here, but this site is a work in progress and we have hopes of being interactive with you, so things here will have to be told and/or shown over the upcoming months and years.

Right now, you’ll see a menu at the left and you'll notice that there are several submission links. In the future we will be featuring many different things, some of which can be submitted by you. The links in the menu will allow you to make submissions to the following:

  1. "Werewolf Email Gallery" - please email anything werewolf related that you would like to say for this gallery.
  2. “Werewolf Art Gallery” – please email any of your original werewolf related artwork (jpeg files) that you would like to add into this gallery.
  3. “Werewolf Photo Gallery” – please email any werewolf photos (jpeg files) that you would like to add into this gallery.
  4. "Werewolf Story Gallery" - please email any of your werewolf stories that you want to tell and would like to add into this gallery.
  5. "Werewolf Find of the Month" - please email information about any unusual werewolf item that you know is available for sale somewhere that would be considered a "unique" werewolf find.
  6. "Werewolf Links Gallery" - please email any werewolf weblinks that you want to be posted in this gallery.

You can also contact us by sending an email to You are an exclusive member of this site just because you dropped in today, but remember, this site is only open during full moons and will only be open for 24 hour time periods during full moon phases, making this a very unique and limited site.  After a 24 hour full moon phase, the countdown to the next full moon will begin, and this site won't be open again until the time on the clock reaches zero, however, you will be able to email us at anytime between full moons, so email in your werewolf artwork, photos, stories and/or site related emails to us. Who we are isn't important, as this site is "all werewolf" and will be powered by that fact, at this point, I have a personal werewolf story to tell you...

This story happened to me over ten years ago now, when I was in Tucson, Arizona visiting my Sister and Brother-in-law.  My Sister had picked me up at the airport at about 12:30am, at that time I always took red-eye flights wherever I went traveling by plane because I never had any money, and red-eye flights were significantly cheaper back then.  When I got into the Tucson airport, I wasn't tired after my flight, and I hadn't seen my Sister in a year, so she and I decided to go to a "Circle K" convenience store to pick up some food, snacks and drinks, and then drive out to a picnic area somewhere in the Saquaro National Forest.  We drove out to the edge of the desert (forest) area and my Sister parked her car in a small parking lot that was adjacent to two picnic table areas.  The only light we had was the bright white light of the moon, and no one was out there but the two of us, absolutely no one, by that time it was about 1:30am.  My Sister suggested that we "go for a walk" to a resort that was supposed to be about a mile down the road, it was called "The Point," I believe.  I said "sure" and we started to walk down a deserted road that would lead us to where the resort was supposed to be located...but we never made it that far. 

We had only walked about a quarter of a mile when my Sister and I both looked at each other and said at the exact same time, "do you want to go back to the car?"  We both agreed that we should go back.  On the walk back to the car, we both had said that we had an irrational fear overcome us.  Were we afraid of the dark?  or afraid of something else?  Did we have some kind of an intuition?  Who knows?  When we got back to the car we rolled the car windows down, talked and drank our sodas...and that's when "it" came. 

I will never forget that low throaty growling sound as long as I live, and it was unlike anything I have ever heard before.  At first there was a growl in the not so distant distance, and I said, "did you hear that?"  My Sister definitely heard the growl too!  The thing continued to growl, and the growl got louder and louder, and we believed the thing was moving in closer and closer to the car!  We were literally scared to death, we rolled up the car windows and I said, "let's get out of here!"  My Sister agreed, she started up the car, backed up and turned to get out of the tiny parking lot with the thing growling at us the whole time.  The headlights never shown on what "it" was, but at that time I was convinced that "it" was a werewolf, and that's purely because on a previous trip when I visited my Sister, my Brother-in-law and I saw a t.v. commercial for a "Werewolf Hotline." 

Sure, we'll never know for sure what "it" was that we heard that night, that thing that was watching us and closing in on the car, but if there are no such things as werewolves, why does Tucson, Arizona have a "Werewolf Hotline?"  Now, years after the fact, my Sister and I still tell this story and the fear that went along with it that night, I have never been scared like that before, and I'll never forget that night...and "yes" this is a true story.

The future of The Werewolf Café...increased members?...filling in the galleries?...more stories?...well, stop in on the next full moon and see what's new on The Werewolf Café menus, and please email in your artwork, photos, stories and/or other werewolf related info to  Let us know in your emails how you want your name to be posted on your artwork, photos and/or stories (for example: first name only, first name/last name, anonymous, first name/last name initial, nickname or werewolf codename). Keep it real and beware of the full moon, so until the next full moon then...