The Werewolf and the Yeti


- Allow me, sir.

- Thank you.


Well, the Sylvia I remember was a girl

with plaits and braces.

That was when I was in school.

Come, Dad is waiting for you

in his studio.

Dad, look who is here!

- Professor Lacombe.

- Welcome, Waldemar.

I've been looking forward to seeing you.

I owe everything I am to you.

I had to come.

But you should have warned me.

One is not ready for such surprises.

What do you expect? Time flies.

Sylvia is my best collaborator now.

I'm very glad, Professor. Congratulations.

Well, I'll leave you alone.

I suppose you want to see the evidence

I told you about in my letters.

Yes, of course.

I read in the papers that Neumann,

the anthropologist,

died a few months ago in Kathmandu.

Officially, his expedition

was annihilated by a storm.

Near Dudh Pokhari.

He had worked with me

on some scientific projects.

We were very good friends.

Yes, I know.

The aim of the expedition

was to find the yeti, but he failed.

I'm not so sure.

He died before he could talk to anyone.

The British consul in Kathmandu

sent me this bag and this folder

after finding my address

among Silas' papers.

The scalp of a yeti.

According to his notes,

he found it in a monastery in Karakorum,

a completely unexplored region.

There is no doubt it's authentic.

It's incredible. These beings...

I've never seen anything like it.

As you can observe,

it goes against all descriptions

made of the yeti.

It cannot be a bear or a monkey

or any other known animal.

Those creatures that appear

in the pictures can only be yetis.

There is no doubt it belongs

to an unknown species.

Silas Neumann took

the first picture of the yeti.

I will continue with his work,

and I will capture it.

It will be the most important

anthropological discovery of the century.

I would like you

to be part of the expedition.

You are an eminent

anthropologist and psychologist.

Besides, you know the Tibetans

and speak Nepalese.

You know you can count on me, Professor.

Splendid. I hope our group will be

in Kathmandu in 15 days time.

- What are you having, Professor?

- I'm fine, thank you.

Well, there is no need to be upset.

It's not our fault that bad weather

came earlier than usual.

The ports of Karakorum

are over 5,000 meters high.

It's impossible to use them now.

There must be a solution.

We can't just sit here.

Well, it's not that bad.

We have alcohol and good company.

I wish all of us could say the same.

Excuse me, there is a man in Kathmandu

that knows a passable way all year round.

- Do you know where to find him?

- I think so.

I think we're already taking

too many risks.

Neumann lost his head and his life

in his attempt.

Nobody knows what happened

to the other members of the expedition.

Norman, you joined us of your own will.

You can choose to wait for good weather

with the same freedom.

Let's go, Passan.

Joel, wake up. I have a job for you.

Leave me alone.

Listen... you can make a lot of money.

More than you have ever dreamed of.

You have to go to Karakorum.

The pass of the demons of the red moon.

Good. I knew

I would hear its howling again.

I knew it.

Aren't you afraid of those demons?

Demons... They are already inside me.

I'll be at the hotel. When you are ready,

come and see me.

Sayyid, I doubt my men

will be willing to go with you.

That region is cursed.

Joel and I will explore the pass first.

The rest of the expedition

will wait for us at the base camp.

I don't like it.

Waldemar should have come back

two days ago.

He'll be with Talbot and Norman

in camp two.

His mission was to explore

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Paul Naschy

Paul Naschy (born Jacinto Molina Álvarez, September 6, 1934 – November 30, 2009) was a Spanish movie actor, screenwriter, and director working primarily in horror films. His portrayals of numerous classic horror figures—the Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster, Count Dracula, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Fu Manchu and a mummy—earned him recognition as the Spanish Lon Chaney. He had one of the most recognizable faces in Spanish horror film. Naschy also starred in dozens of action films, historical dramas, crime movies, TV shows and documentaries. He also wrote the screenplays for most of his films and directed a number of them as well. King Juan Carlos I presented Naschy with Spain's Gold Medal Award for Fine Arts in 2001 in honor of his work, the Spanish equivalent of being knighted. more…

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