Tales of Werewolves at England’s Mysterious Wold Newton Triangle

Lying out in East Yorkshire, England, is a land of gentle rolling hills and picturesque valleys dotted with rustic, quaint cottages. It is a postcard-perfect snapshot of a quiet, magical English countryside, the sort of place that invites leisurely strolls and quiet days. Yet, this expanse of countryside has a dark undercurrent running beneath the surface that would not seem to be apparent from appearances alone, and these peaceful valleys and hills hold one of the highest concentrations of legends, myths, and tales of monsters and the supernatural in the world. Welcome to the Wold Newton Triangle, one of weirdest places you are likely to find in England. The Wold Newton Triangle is generally defined as being an area roughly centered around the village of Wold Newton, its eastern side bordered by the North Sea, going along the A165 from Ghristhorpe to Bridlington Bay, the southern side running parallel to the old Woldgate Roman road from Bridlington to Stamford Bridge and York, and the whole of it following the path of the B1249 road across N E England’s Yorkshire Wolds from Driffield in the south, then down Staxton Hill and on into the Vale of Pickering. The region is steeped…

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Tales of Werewolves at England’s Mysterious Wold Newton Triangle

Updated: January 14, 2022 — 9:27 am