An all points warning has been issued to all Sídhí living in or near the Southeastern corner of Oklahoma. A Sasquatch, or Big Foot as they are called down South, is on the loose in the Mundane world.
If you see the creature, don't try and capture it. Call the Clan Guardians.
The nine foot animal is the same one stolen from Mordecai's Sasquatch Ranch a few days ago. Norman, the Sasquatch, is high dollar animal prized for his thick, dark brown fur and mild temperament. Well, mild for a Sasquatch. He's never ripped an arm or leg off any of his keepers. His stud fee is nearly seven thousand dollars.
I'm sure you're wondering how such an expensive animal was stolen.
Well, a couple of vampire teenagers stole the animal as a prank or so they insisted after they got caught. They said, there hadn't been a reliable Big Foot sighting on Earth in several years and wanted to correct the oversight.
I asked the teenagers if they thought they'd get caught.
Harvey Knix and Timmy Parnicus insisted they thought it would be a lot of fun to release a Sasquatch onto Earth, not thinking anyone would be hurt.
Effectively, not answering my question!
Honestly, I don't know why they did it, but they might rethink their next prank as they have been sentenced to wearing a silver collar for a three year term. If you ask me, it's a very mild sentence. I mean who knows what kind damage such a huge brute w/ four inch claws and a mouth full of thumb sized fangs will cause on Earth?
For those of my readers who aren't familiar with Sídhí genetics, wearing silver is a horrible punishment as it restricts a Sídhí's seven senses (Sídhí have seven senses, not five) and other gifts. As vampires, Harvey & Timmy will not be able to teleport or extend their claws until the collar is removed.
The collar is fairy made, which allows the nineteen year-old pranksters to pick a single sense that will not be impaired. Surprisingly, they both retained their ability to extend their fangs.
I say surprising as Clan vampires eat real food, they aren't bloodsuckers. Well, except for recreational purposes.
Of course, the type of recreational blood drinking a teenager would be involved in might answer why they wanted to keep their ability to suck blood. LOL