Wednesday, 13 November 2013

The Owl-Man

With the head of an owl and the body of an owl, the owl-man is almost indistinguishable from an owl apart from its feet, which resemble those of a red setter, and its tremendous size.

 Despite being over eleven feet tall, the owl-man  is rarely seen, possibly because it goes invisible when disturbed. Completely blind, the owl-man is believed to avoid colliding with things by flying very high in the air where there are fewer things to collide with, besides other owl-men. The owl-man eats mainly grubs, worms and babies, which it detects with its huge finger. 

I am at present unable to claim sight of this thing.

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