A bit of a long-shot this, but… In ‘Werwolves’ (1912), US author Elliott O’Donnell refers to a ‘Mr. K–’ who witnessed lycanthropy among the Kandh (Khond) people of Orissa in India and ‘whose name I see in the list of passengers reported ‘missing' in the deplorable disaster to the ‘Titanic.’’ The only other reference to the man I can find is in ‘Vampires, Werewolves, and Ghouls’ (1968) by Bernhardt Hurwood, who likewise declines to identify him other than that he was English. I have been through the Ks in the passenger lists, but no one seems to fit the bill. The only possibility to my mind – assuming that he even existed and that his name really began with a K – is J. Frank Karnes, whose widow went down with the ship not knowing he had died from smallpox a few days earlier in India. Any ideas anyone?