- Oukranikov, Vasili
- In “The Ghost-Eater,” a Russian who had built a house in the woods between Mayfair and Glendale who is discovered to be a “werewolf and eater of men.” After a Russian count is found with his body mangled, the townspeople kill the wolf; but his ghost returns every May Eve to reenact the murder.
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“Ghost-Eater, The“ — Short story (3,880 words); written in collaboration with C.M.Eddy, Jr., in October 1923. First published in WT(April 1924); first collected in DB;corrected text in HM The first person narrator needs to get from Mayfair to Glendale (two… … An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia
Tchernevsky, Count Feodor — In “The Ghost Eater,” a Russian nobleman who comes to visit Vasili Oukranikov in his house in the woods and is killed by Oukranikov (who has transformed himself into a werewolf) … An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia