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1) You must stay in character. Everything you type has to be from the perspective of a full fledged parawatch member you have thought up in your head. Keep it consistent. Also, once you write it, it's in.

2) Keep the story going. Don't burden it down with off-topic jokes and goofs. These can be present, but they must keep propelling the story of the article forward. Everything is in service of the story, keep it moving. Build off what people wrote, Exquisite Corpse style, and let the plot go where it takes you. Don't try to steer the story back to where you want, that's no fun.

3) The subject is fishing, and boomers, and how many big ones you caught that summer.

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eustisray1963 8/14/17 (Thurs) 05:17:38#29593710

Hey there everyone! My name is Eustis. Just got back from a big fishing trip with my buddy Roy a few days ago! We went down to the cape and had a great time catching fish and catching up! It was also great to get away from the wife for a bit, haha. Anyways, while we were just out off the shore, down by the lighthouse, Roy caught this whopper of a fish! Blew my socks clean off, haha! I'd never seen anything like it.

It looked like some kind of trout, but it had all of these strange little things coming off of it, reminded me of fish hooks almost. And just the amount of eyes it had, god it wasn't a pretty sight. Looked like the Devil if I ever did see it. I wanted to throw it back in, but Roy insisted on taking it home so he could mount it for his collection (he's a bit more of a hunter than I am, I have to admit haha) but just thinking about it still gives me the willies! I knew my grandson was into this kind of freaky cryptography stuff or whatever he called it, and he directed me towards you fine folks. I just wanted to know if any of y'all have experienced anything like this in the past, just so I know I'm not alone in this crazy business. Much love and god bless.

~ Eustis

thedanieltaste 8/14/17 (Thurs) 05:20:24 #24151835

Hey Eustis, welcome to our community! Thanks for dropping by. Now, I gotta ask which Cape this was, I'm assuming on the East Coast, right? I remember my grandad caught a shark with all these odd barbs on it off Provincetown on Outer Cape Cod a couple years back, but this doesn't sound quite like that, right? Also does Roy still have the fish? Like, has he framed it or something?

eustisray1963 8/14/17 (Thurs) 05:27:41 #29593759

Hi Daniel, thanks for responding to quickly! I'm glad to see my grandson has been talking to some polite individuals online!

Your spot on with your guess there too. We were just out by the lighthouse near Wood End, that small area where the cape turns into a long beach. Used to do a lot of fishing there when I was younger, but these old bones aren't what they used to be.

Now here's the problem. I've been trying to contact ol' Roy since the day we got back, but he hasn't responded. He's not usually the best with checking his email and all (I had to make sure I knew his Hotmail password so he wouldn't forget it again haha), but normally he'd have responded by now. As for the fish, I took a few photographs during the trip that I uploaded to Facebook to show my son, so I'm going to check to see if I took one of fish before I had Roy lock the hellish thing in the cooler. Hoping for the best.

~ Eustis

simplefactorial 8/4/17 (Thurs) 05:25:12#25327957

Welcome! That's definitely odd. There was this one eyed fish my granny caught a while back with some small quill things. We jokingly called it "the big one" due to its single eye. I haven't heard of anything like it with many eyes, though. I think my grandma still has it in a fishtank. Maybe if you could get a picture, I could compare the two?

thedanieltaste 8/4/17 (Thurs) 05:25:48 #24151835

Ooh, yes please!

eustisray1963 8/4/17 (Thurs) 5:37:05 #29780126


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Since y'all have been so helpful, I went back through my Facebook account and found the image! I took it once we landed back on the shore to show to my grandson, since he's into all this cryptocurrency stuff. Hopefully its good enough to help figure out what exactly this darned this is, pardon my french. Thanks for all you fellas' help so far.

~ Eustis

eustisray1963 8/4/17 (Thurs) 5:37:55 #29780126



Oops, silly me, looks like I didn't send the last image correctly. I'm not exactly the best with technology, as you can see, haha. Hopefully it'll work this time.

~ Eustis

simplefactorial 8/4/17 (Thurs) 6:48:23#25327957

I can tell you right now that they're probably at least of the same genus. I think that's the word for it. They both share about the same coloration on top, quills, and same giant central eye. There's not a cleave down the middle on the one over here, though, and the coloration on the bottom is different, being brown on the one here. Though, I can't see what you're talking about with "too many eyes". Do you have any pictures from different angles?

jakiswack99 8/5/17 (Fri) 18:02:34 #77201758

whoa lookey there, eustis that looks similar to a fish my buddy Daniel and I caught near the eastern edge of Long Point. The son of a bitch was more skwirmish than a 3 year old on christmas eve! it freaked the hell out of Dan so we tried to take it further North to a friend name Jeff on the edge of Provincetown (go go Provincetown Fishermen!) but he couldnt even tell us where that sucker came from.

I got to searching through some online websites like this here and discovered that apparently the fish were "mutated" or what the fuck ever (I ain't really believed that much in all that crap, but I got to thinking that this could've been Gods doing so I've been stuck to that) and the big ol eye was for protecting against them bigger fish.

you mind telling us your pole setup? the fish we caught was so damn big that even the tough lines we used almost snapped! thankfully the reel was one of our better ones or the sucker might've taken the entire thing! what bait and stuff did you use? Maybe it was the same fish!

thedanieltaste 8/5/17 (Fri) 18:37:34 #24151835

Mutated how? It’s not like Cape Cod has a massive number of strange industrial plants up there? In my (admittedly limited) experience it’s mostly touristy stuff. What on earth could cause such drastic alterations in their biology?