One of the things that I like most about Moonlight is the way that the show consistently takes on television stereotypes and turns them on their ear.The vampires don't wear leather or goth makeup, and in episode 3.05, Arrested Development, the teenagers don't look like they've just escaped from the set of Smallville.
And let's also say that The Darkness family (as in Prince Of) had a child. But unlike his more famous half-brother, The Jersey Devil, little Lucifer Jr. and mom didn't survive the delivery.
The question is, where would The Devil bury his family? (Assuming he cared.) According to several generations of Kansas University college students, that place would be Stull cemetery.
It's not that I didn't believe it. I just like my romantic flights of fancy to have a sturdy underpinning, and so far all I've gotten are longing looks and anvils that Mick and Beth are FATED! But Episode 2.06, “B.C.” changed that.
But this isn't some shameless grab for ratings by a major network. Instead, the animal attacks occurred over a series of four years in rural, eighteenth century France. Before they would end, la Bête du Gévaudan, or the beast of Gévaudan (an area near present day Lozère) would grab the attention of all of Europe.