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Home Mythology Perseus Police Report Perseus, Andromeda, and the Sea Monster Cetus

Case File: Perseus, Andromeda, and the Sea Monster Cetus

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Case Description: Complainant (Poseidon) accuses the defendant (Perseus) of murder and armed robbery. When Andromeda's parents, Cepheus and Cassiopeia, tried to assuage the angry sea-god Poseidon by giving their daughter to Poseidon's sea monster, Cetus, Perseus killed Cetus and rescued Andromeda.

Case Status: Pending. Everyone's super mad. It doesn't look like this is going to end anytime soon. Full details are filed away in the myth of Perseus and Andromeda.

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