When the Louisiana Bayou folks calling themselves members of the Bayou Wulf’s Clan turn out to be real werewolves, it’s a bit late in the day for archeologist Abraham Stroud, whose bayou dig puts him and his people directly in harm’s way. In fact this wulf coven has created a safe haven for their kind—Oasis, Louisiana, an entire town filled with Bayou Wulves, many fathered by Bayou Wulf itself — their disputable and dubious leader.
Imagine a werewolf having a penchant for reading the classics and naming his progeny after the Christian heroic figure of Beouwulf?
Bayou Wulf knows what terror mankind can wreak on were-creatures. He is wise enough to fear us and in particular one man: Abraham Stroud who is capable of unimaginable horrors. As a werewolf child, Bayou Wulf witnessed the annihilation of his kind in his Michigan at Stroud’s hand. And now Stroud is in Bayou Wulf’s new territory believed always to be a paradise and a safe haven with a great country club and a great 18-hole golf course where werewulves play in sanctuary from the likes of mankind.