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Scylla is a big crazy sea monster. She's most famous for munching on some of Odysseus' crew when the hero cruised through the narrow strait where she makes her home. The giant whirlpool Charybdis is on the other side of the strait, so losing a few men to Scylla was the lesser of two evils. There are a lot of different opinions out there about what exactly Scylla looks like. Most say she has the upper body of a woman with a fishy tail and a ring of snarling dogs sprouting from her waist. Others say that she has six snake-like heads growing from her, too. Either way, not great. In later mythology, it's said that she was once a beautiful sea nymph and was turned into the hideous man-eating monster by the sea witch, Circe. Moral of the story: stay the Hades away from Circe.
Skylla, Godzilla Girl
A narrow strait somewhere in the Mediterranean
Ceto's School of Sea Monstery
Protect our oceans!
I'd only eat them.
Charybdis (The whirlpool demon who lives across the strait from me. I really just don't have anybody else to talk to.)
Circe (Who turned me into this awful creature.)
I mean, does it matter? Who's going to go out with me?
"I think you have to know who you are. Get to know the monster that lives in your soul, dive deep into your soul and explore it."
Moby Dick by Herman Melville (Captain Ahab: the guy you love to hate.)
On the Sea by Beach House
Creature From the Black Lagoon (I know it's the sea monster part of me, but I think he's sexy.)
Sailors (for dinner)
Monster Human Alliance