Fake News: Disinformation, Deception, and Magical Thinking Over Time

Wild Man Works Cited

Bader, Christopher, et al. Paranormal America (Second Edition). NYU Press, 2017.

Biedermann, Louis. "Wild Man graphic" San Francisco Chronicle, 16 Apr. 1933, p. 8. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

"Connecticut's Wild Man Sentenced. He Lived in a Hut and Stole, and Now He Will Go to Prison." New York Herald, no. 284, 11 Oct. 1895, p. 13. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

"Freak Market Active a Giant Hairy Man Curdles the Blood of Selectman Smith and Hypnotizes His Bull Pups." New York Herald, no. 21549, 22 Aug. 1895, p. [6]. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

Guarnieri, Catherine. “TWISTED HISTORY: The Winsted Wild Man.” The Register Citizen, 3 Jan. 2010, https://www.registercitizen.com/news/article/TWISTED-HISTORY-The-Winsted-Wild-Man-12087297.php.

"Hunting a Wild Man. Winsted, Woods Scoured Sunday." New Haven Register, vol. LII, no. 202, 26 Aug. 1895, p. [3]. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

"Reign of Terror. Connecticut Wild Man Sits All Night on Mrs. Culver's Doorstep While She Perches on the Roof until Help Comes." Boston Journal, vol. LXII, no. 20420, 4 Sept. 1895, p. 7. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

“Stone of Winsted.” The San Francisco Call, 21 Aug. 1910, p. 14. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85066387/1910-08-21/ed-1/seq-14/

"This Wild Man Scares Them All He Wears No Clothes, His Eyes Swim in Red Fire and He's a Good Rifle Shot." New York Herald, no. 21552, 25 Aug. 1895, p. 6. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

"A Wild Man. He Appears to Selectman Smith of Winsted and Scares His Bull Dog." New Haven Register, vol. LII, no. 198, 21 Aug. 1895, p. 5. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

“Wild Man Resumes Business.” The Evening Times, 7 Nov. 1898, p. 6. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84024441/1898-11-07/ed-1/seq-6/

"'Wild Man' Still at Large. Dog Danger Was Turned upon Him and Hasn't Recovered Yet." New York Herald, no. 248, 5 Sept. 1895, p. 6. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

"Winsted's Mystery Solved. the 'Wild Man' Now Believed to be an Escaped Corlila."[sic] New Haven Register, vol. LII, no. 206, 30 Aug. 1895, p. 3. Readex: America's Historical Newspapers.

“‘Winsted Wildman’ Resurrected.” The Register Citizen, https://www.registercitizen.com/news/article/Winsted-Wildman-resurrected-12137916.php.

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