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Professor Douglas Candland, left, is interviewed by a film crew preparing a two-hour program for the History Channel.
Posted June 25, 2008
Updated July 1, 2008
The program is called "Bad Moon Rising: The Real Wolf Man." An air date has not been set.
The production team, Story House Productions, based in
Candland is regarded as an international expert on feral children and has written extensively on the topic and been part of documentary films produced by the BBC and National Geographic. National Geographic’s "Feral Children," filmed in
“Historically and scientifically, we’re looking at the folklore of the werewolf, and not just the
The four-person production team used the animal behavior lab as the backdrop for the first part of the interviews and included an extensive filming session with Meghan Hoopes, a junior from Rockville, Md., who is conducting computer-assisted object recognition and abstract counting research by primates this summer.
Additional interview footage was shot in another campus location against a 20-foot “green screen” on which the production team would later project imagery.
Callahan said the production will take the film crew across the
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