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Sunday, 9 March 2014


Remember I mentioned the Wampus Cat of U.S. folklore not long ago?  I have some additional information.

In Idaho, it is said it has a spiked club on the end of its tail.

It is bipedal, 4'-5' in height and and it hisses in approved feline fashion.

It is sometimes said to have a woman's face.

Conway High School in Conway (Arkansas) has a Wampus Cat as its mascot.  It is pictured as a six-legged felid.

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