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Scylla - Odysseus vs. Scylla

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Odysseus vs. Scylla

Case Description: Complainant (Odysseus) accuses Defendant (Scylla) of murder and cannibalism. To avoid his ship being totally destroyed by Charybdis, the whirlpool, Odysseus veered toward Scylla's side of the strait, where the sea monster lived with Charybdis. Scylla then lashed out with her six heads, snatched up six of Odysseus' men, and gobbled them down.

Case Status: Case pending. All investigators sent to question Scylla are devoured, so we just kind of gave up after a while.

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