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In the late sixteenth century, a werewolf freeze cleared through the town of St. Claude in the Franche-Comte of eastern France. Something like one nearby was battered to the point of death by a horde of her neighbors subsequent to being associated with assaulting kids as a wolf. A few other charged werewolves were put on preliminary and tormented into admitting. Jacques Bocquet, a nearby healer or “crafty man,” said that his soul had gone to a witches’ sabbath while his body stayed at home.