From Baba Yaga and the Wolf by Pat Shewchuk and Marek Colek, 2010 

"This is a story told to me by my great grandmother. She lived in a time when the wilderness was everywhere, vampires roamed the treetops, and devils traded opium and vodka for human souls by the roadside…. She knew witches who practised occult alchemy, and with her own eyes witnessed animals take human form. Baba Yaga and the Wolf is a true account from the old days, when the heavens and the underworld existed in closer proximity to the earth than today.” - Marek Colek

Source: http://tincanforest.com/indexframe.html

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