Murdered by Human Wolves


Updated: October 2012

Graveside Tales Publishing offers this new edition of Murdered by Human Wolves with stunning new cover art by Russell Dickerson.

From the back cover:

No one denies that 18-year-old Katherine Cross was murdered in 1917. Her gravestone in Konawa, Oklahoma, bears the epitaph “Murdered by human wolves.” This is her story, pieced together from the bits of fact left behind and held together with imagination and the information gleaned from a paranormal investigator.

This based-on-a-true-story account of the murder of Katherine Cross introduces readers to the world of author Steven E. Wedel’s Werewolf Saga and includes his essay “On the Trail of Werewolves: An Interview with Mary Franklin, Paranormal Researcher,” which details the findings of her research in the Konawa cemetery where Katherine is buried.

Available in print from these online stores, plus at your local bookseller’s, and electronically for the Amazon Kindle.

But wait! Don’t have time to read? No problem. MoonHowler Press now offers Murdered by Human Wolves as an audiobook.

The audio runs just under 2 hours and 10 minutes and is available through Audible.com, Amazon.com, and the iTunes Store.

You can listen to a sample of the audio here … with some pictures and stuff.

The story is excellently narrated and produced by Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard.

The out-of-print trade paperback edition Scrybe Press released in 2008.

Enhanced rubbing of Katherine Cross’s gravestone.

Original artwork for the saddle-stapled Scrybe Press chapbook edition. Art by GAK.

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